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One for Katharine (duos: 2 saxophones)

by David Hush (2001)

One for Katharine


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One for Katharine : for soprano and tenor, or alto and baritone saxophones / David Hush.

Library shelf no. 785.8712/HUS 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

The piece may be played by Soprano and Tenor Saxophones or by Alto and Baritone Saxophones.

The entire composition is based on the technique of call and response. As an example, the first instrument opens with a descending minor second motive which is answered in the second instrument by a descending minor third. This gives rise to a pattern of sequences.

What is specifically varied between one sequence and the next is the rhythmic and intervallic makeup of the motive and the distance separating call and response.

Work Details

Year: 2001

Instrumentation: 2 Saxophones (Soprano and tenor, or Alto and baritone).

Duration: 1 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Dedicated to Katharine Brisbane

First performance: by James Nightingale, Jarrod Whitbourn — 24 Apr 02. Sydney

Performances of this work

24 Apr 02: Sydney. Featuring James Nightingale, Jarrod Whitbourn.

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