Apropos flying (trios: saxophone, piano, bass guitar)
by Stephen Lalor (1997)
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Performance by Stephen Lalor from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 56
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After the syncopated, contrary-moving introduction, the first and third sections of Apropos Flying settle into a kind of groove-based moto perpetuo. It builds upon & varies this as it soares gracefully and floats around before working its way back down via a Chorale-like passage to re-explore the opening material. It could also be described as riff-based. It is based on material used in the composer's earlier chamber piece Flying.
Instrumentation: Tenor saxophone or trumpet or clarinet, bass guitar, piano.
Duration: 4 min.
First performance: by Sydney Institute of Technology Ensemble — 13 May 97. Sydney Institute of Technology
Performances of this work
2015: featuring Stephen Lalor.
13 May 97: Sydney Institute of Technology. Featuring Sydney Institute of Technology Ensemble.
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