Pitt street : saxophone quartet
by Graham Jesse (1997)
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Pitt Street was given its name because of the fast, busy, semi-quaver based motifs it is based on (i.e. 'it's as busy as Pitt St'). It is written in a funky jazz style and features the alto sax.
Instrumentation: Soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone.(2nd alto sax may replace soprano sax.)
Duration: 4 min.
First performance: by Graham Jesse — Oct 97. The Basement jazz club, Sydney
- In the form/style of: Jazz
Performances of this work
Oct 97: The Basement jazz club, Sydney. Featuring Graham Jesse.
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