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Now, my sun can shine again (big band with soloist)

by Jenna Cave (2014)

Audio Sample

Performance by Divergence Jazz Orchestra, Andrew Scott from the CD Fake it until you make it

Fake it until you make it


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Fake it until you make it / Divergence Jazz Orchestra.

Library shelf no. CD 2801 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

This work is a through-composed piece written for jazz orchestra. It features pianos soloist and a number of textures and instrumental colours from the ensemble including flugehorns, muted trumpets, flutes and soprano sax. It is a ballad which begins unaccompanied by rhythm section, and then moves into an R&B feel. The work is about coming through hard times and seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. The composer wrote this after a particularlly emotionally turbulent time caring for a parent with serious mental illness. She has attempted to refelct a range of emotions in the work... culminating in sheer releif and joy as her Father's illness was finally beginning to improve.

Work Details

Year: 2014

Instrumentation: Alto saxophone/flute, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone/flute, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone; trumpet/flugelhorn, 2 trumpets, 2 flugelhorns, 3 trombones, bass trombone, piano, guitar, bass, drums.

Duration: 7 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

First performance: by Divergence Jazz Orchestra — 10 Apr 14. SIMA Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre, Sydney


Now, my sun can shine again (excerpt)


  • In the form/style of: Jazz

Performances of this work

17 Sep 2014: at Divergence Jazz Orchestra feature the music of Rafael Karlen (Foundry616). Featuring Divergence Jazz Orchestra, Jenna Cave.

10 Apr 14: SIMA Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre, Sydney. Featuring Divergence Jazz Orchestra.

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