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Dreams you might not come back from : for saxophone quartet

by Erik Griswold (2011)

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Performance by Continuum Sax from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 55

Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 55

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 55 / Works by Eric Griswold.

Library shelf no. CD 2645 [Available for loan]

Dreams you might not come back from

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Dreams you might not come back from : for saxophone quartet / Erik Griswold.

Library shelf no. 785.8714/GRI 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

"Griswold's exploration of the saxophone quartet, Dreams you might not come back from... interrogates the texture and grain of the saxophone sound at the same time as messing with the warp and weft of the meter, pulse and rhythm. Players enjoy their own worlds at the same time as melding together to create ensemble that is, paradoxically, composed and aleatoric, together and yet separate"

— Jim Nightingale (Continuum Sax)

Work Details

Year: 2011

Instrumentation: Soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone.

Duration: 13 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: 1. Wistful & nostalgic -- 2. Biting & chunky -- 3. Hypnotic, like glowing embers -- 4. Bright and sparkling -- 5. Floating in the clouds -- 6. Dreamy.

Commission note: Commissioned for Continuum Sax.

First performance: by Continuum Sax — 19 Oct 11. Ian Hangar Recital Hall, Brisbane

Performances of this work

22 Oct 11: Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney. Featuring Continuum Sax.

19 Oct 11: Ian Hangar Recital Hall, Brisbane. Featuring Continuum Sax.

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