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Slow dance for Mum (septets: saxophone, trumpet, trombone, bass guitar, piano, drums, cello)

by Andrew Harrison (1993)

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Work Overview

This piece was written for my mother, Kay Harrison, for her 50th birthday. Its slow and relaxed groove, influenced by the music of legendary African jazz musician Dollar Brand, reflects the way that she conducts life; evenly, gently and without malice.

Work Details

Year: 1993

Instrumentation: Trumpet in B flat, tenor saxophone, trombone, piano, bass, drum set, cello.

Duration: 11 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Written for my mother, Kay Harrison for her 50th birthday.

First performance: by Andrew Harrison Sextet, Stephanie MacArthur — 1 Jan 93. John Howley's Music Studio, Williamstown, Victoria

Subjects

  • In the form/style of: Jazz

Performances of this work

Dec 93: John Howley's Art Studio, Williamstown, Victoria

1 Jan 93: John Howley's Music Studio, Williamstown, Victoria. Featuring Andrew Harrison Sextet, Stephanie MacArthur.

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