Against All Odds : saxophone solo
by Jenny Game-Lopata (2003)
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This unaccompanied melody was originally composed for tenor saxophone as a solo melody to launch and inspire a free improvisation. It explores the division of octaves into four equal parts and is played rubato. On Jenny Game's 2004 CD Jacinta's Song, Steve Magnusson (guiter), Poul Grage (kit) and Ian Wilmot (double bass) join Jenny's tenor saxophone with exuberant energy and collective improvisation.
Instrumentation: Composed for tenor saxophone as a solo melody to launch and inspire a free improvisation. Can also be played by an improvising ensemble.
Duration: 4 min.
First performance: 2004. Chapel of Chapel at the the 2004 Melbourne Jazz Festival
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2004: Chapel of Chapel at the the 2004 Melbourne Jazz Festival
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