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Scenes from Romeo and Juliet : suite for saxophone quartet

by Matthew Hindson (2016)

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Performance by Nexas Saxophone Quartet from the CD Current

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Library shelf no. CD 2851 [Not for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2016

Instrumentation: Soprano saxophone in Bb (doubling alto saxophone in Eb), alto saxophone in Eb, tenor saxophone in Bb, baritone saxophone in Eb.

Duration: 25 min.

Contents note: I. Overture -- II. Juliet -- III. Romeo -- IV. Love Scene -- V. Duel -- VI. The death of Romeo and Juliet.

Commission note: Commissioned by Ars Musica Australis, Arthur Bridge for performance by Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

First performance: by Nexas Saxophone Quartet at Nexas Saxophone Quartet: Romeo and Juliet (Glebe Justice Centre) on 28 May 2016


Performances of this work

10 Jun 2020: at Current (Live streaming event (online only)). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

2 Aug 2018: at MLC Australian Music Day 2018 (MLC School (Burwood NSW)). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

24 May 2018: at Nexas Quartet: Current (Melbourne Recital Centre, Primrose Potter Salon). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

31 Jul 2017: at AFCM 2017: Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 2 (Townsville Civic Theatre). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

29 Nov 2016: at Current - Nexas Quartet (CD launch) (Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

28 May 2016: at Nexas Saxophone Quartet: Romeo and Juliet (Glebe Justice Centre). Featuring Nexas Saxophone Quartet.

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