Three places for a new millennium : saxophone with piano
by Stuart Greenbaum (2006)
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1: In Orbit
This was written wondering what it would be like to see the Earth from space. It also serves as a hymn to the technology of satellites that increasingly connect our humble human communications.
2: Departure Lounge
Most commonly, this is at an airport. When travelling alone, this can be a place to contemplate the state of one's existence while trying to find the right angle to perch one's hand luggage as a foot stool. But this can also be at a train station - and Sydney Central boasts a (very) modest lounge for travellers waiting for the night train to Melbourne.
3: In Traffic
Statistics bear out that lane-swapping in heavy traffic to maximise time and position is mostly a waste of time and dangerous into the bargain. What's worse is nipping into the fast lane on a slight opening, only for it to become the slow lane. My advice? Take the bike or public transport.
Instrumentation: Alto saxophone and piano.
Duration: 7 min.
Difficulty: Medium — easy to hard
Contents note: 1. In orbit -- 2. Departure lounge -- 3. In traffic.
Dedication note: For my sister Anne.
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