Noyz in th' 'hood II : saxophone with piano
by Stuart Greenbaum (1997)
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Drive : premiere recordings of Australian music for saxophone and piano. / James Nightingale: saxophones ; Kerry Yong: piano.
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Noyz in th' 'Hood is in a blues-rock style with a rap shuffle thrown in for good measure. It is a celebration of all the Deep Purple, Led Zepplin, Status Quo, The Who and Jimi Hendrix to which I spent the larger part of my youth headbanging. It was premiered by Jim Nightingale and Kerry Yong, and awarded the Heinz Harant Prize for best new Australian Composition at the 1998 Sydney Classical Saxophone Convention.
Instrumentation: Tenor saxophone, piano.
Duration: 5 min.
Features a blues-rock style with a rap shuffle thrown in for good measure.
Awarded the Heinz Harant Prize for best new Australian Composition at the Sydney Classical Saxophone Convention.
Performances of this work
1997: Old Darlington School, Sydney University. Featuring Eleanor Lewis.
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