Who could play a waltz more beautifully than a saxophone? This little waltz could have been played in the Roaring Twenties in the fashionable districts of Paris.The composer Pascal Proust has many years’ experience as a musician and music teacher. His output includes several hundred compositions for the most diverse instrumentations. He wrote Paris Dance for saxophonists at the level of approximately 3–4 years’ study and paid special attention to an easy-to-follow, attractive musical style. As a result, Paris Dance is an ideal performance or competition work for young musicians.