Schattschneider captured the stately grace of the air from
Bach's "Overture in D," soared quietly through the adagio movement from
Mozart's "Flute Quartet in D Major" and rose to the unearthly beauty
of Schubert's "Ave Maria."
ornamentation is florid, beautiful and elegantly executed. His articulations are
clear and perfect.
approached this "show" piece with refined and skilled virtuosity. He
makes challenging technical passages sound easy.
has extraordinary command of the soprano saxophone tonal color that resonates
with pure heart and soul...he demonstrates complete command of the instrument's
range, facility and sonority. Fall 2003
Schattschneider's hands, the saxophone produces simply a sumptuous sound all the
The Saxophone Symposium
Dr. Schattschneider is a master teacher on all three instruments (flute, clarinet and saxophone) and is deeply committed to the growth and excellence of his students.