Axolotl rag (quintets: 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba, horn)
by Paul Kopetz (2015)
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Also known as a Mexican Walking Fish, axolotl is actually an amphibian. Its larvae fail to undergo metamorphosis and as a result of this evolutionary quirk the adults remain aquatic and gilled. Just imagine life as an axolotl. Never a dull moment! This light-hearted rag is a celebration of axolotl and all things unusual.
Instrumentation: 2 trumpets, French horn, trombone, tuba or bass trombone.
Duration: 7 min.
First performance: 6 Sep 15. Best Of Brass, Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane
Performances of this work
6 Sep 15: Best Of Brass, Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane
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