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Tambourin : Movement IV, from 'Gouttes d'un Sang Etranger', version for alto saxophone and viola da gamba

by Felicity Wilcox (2014)

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Performance by Anthea Cottee, Nathan Henshaw, Felicity Wilcox from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 77.

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 77.

Version: This product features the Duos: Clarinet, cello version of this work

Library shelf no. CD 2832 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

This is a recomposition from the Suitte d'un Gout Etranger, composed by Marin Marais in 1717. It builds on his earlier work significantly and transforms his lively rhythmic dance-like tune for solo bass viol into a yearning, slow duet.

Work Details

Year: 2014

Instrumentation: Alto saxophone, viola da gamba.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Filigree and Baroque gestures in the saxophone part, with one microtone. Double stops and sustained drones in gamba part.

First performance: by Anthea Cottee, Nathan Henshaw, Felicity Wilcox — 4 Jun 14. Seymour Centre for Vivid, New Wave Sound Festival, Sydney

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Marais, Baroque

Composed as part of Wilcox's doctoral portfolio within the larger work multimedia work 'Gouttes d'un Sang Etranger'.

Performances of this work

19 Nov 16: 100clickWest Salon, Wentworth Falls NSW. Featuring Jason Noble, Freya Schack-Arnott.

4 Jun 14: Seymour Centre for Vivid, New Wave Sound Festival, Sydney. Featuring Anthea Cottee, Nathan Henshaw, Felicity Wilcox.

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