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Long-Lost Frenemy : big band

by Jenna Cave (2016, this version: 2017)

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Performance by Sydney Women’s Jazz Collective from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 95.

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Work Overview

This is a contemporary jazz work for either large jazz ensemble or big band. It has a heavy rock feel and features tenor sax on a driving opening riff and as soloist. The overall form is an ABA, the first and last sections contain the rock feel, mostly in 4/4, and the moddle section is in 6/4 over a repeated guitar motif.

The big band version also features a guitar solo.
The 10-piece version also features a drum solo

Work Details

Year: 2016, this version: 2017

Instrumentation: 5 saxophones, 5 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 bass trombone, piano, guitar, bass, drums.

Duration: 7 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Commission note: Commissioned by the 2016 Sydney International Jazz Festival.

First performance: by Divergence Jazz Orchestra — 18 Feb 17. SIMA Summer Jazz, Seymour Centre, Sydney

Jazz, jazz-rock fusion


Long-Lost Frenemy
Long-Lost Frenemy


  • In the form/style of: Jazz

Performances of this work

18 Feb 17: SIMA Summer Jazz, Seymour Centre, Sydney. Featuring Divergence Jazz Orchestra.

7 Nov 16: Foundry616, Ultimo, NSW, 2016 Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival. Featuring Sydney Women’s Jazz Collective.

4 Jan 16: Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, Foundry 616, Ultimo. Featuring Sydney Women’s Jazz Collective.

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