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Echoes of another age : tenor saxophone and piano

by Katy Abbott (2001)

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From the CD New Australian music for piano trio.

This sample is of the Tuba with piano version of this work

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New Australian music for piano trio.

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Library shelf no. CD 1691 [Available for loan]

Echoes of another age




Echoes of another age : tenor saxophone and piano / Katy Abbott.

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Library shelf no. 788.74/ABB 2 [Not for loan]

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Work Overview

This piece was composed especially for Per Forsberg for a recital given in Melbourne, Australia and was premiered in November 2001.

As a note of curiosity, the opening theme of the piece was composed on the evening of September 11th Eastern Standard Time (EST) of that year at the exact moments that the World Trade Centre in New York was being attacked. The composer had no idea of the events on the other side of the world at the time of writing and the musical content is not related to these events. However, the title, Echoes of Another Age is an acknowledgment of the change in awareness these events created of how we now live and perceive our world.

Work Details

Year: 2001

Instrumentation: Tenor saxophone, piano.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Performances of this work

26 Feb 2010: at Music from Down Under and Up Over (3MBS Studios). Featuring Per Forsberg, Rosa Saffidi.

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