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与生活共舞 Yǔ shēnghuó gòng wǔ : Dancing with Life, a duet for soprano saxophone and erhu

by Katia Tiutiunnik (2018)

Also known as: Dancing with Life

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Work Overview

与生活共舞 Yǔ shēnghuó gòng wǔ: Dancing with Life for笛子Dízi and 二胡Èrhú, or flute and 二胡Èrhú, or flute and violin, or soprano saxophone and 二胡Èrhú are all varied transcriptions of a previous work of mine, Ballando con la Vita (Italian for "Dancing with Life") for trombone and violin, composed in 2013.

Work Details

Year: 2018

Instrumentation: Soprano saxophone, 二胡 Èrhú.

Duration: 6 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: I: 呼唤黎明 Hūhuàn límíng (The Call at Dawn) -- II: 爱的祈祷 Ài de qídǎo (Prayer to Love) -- III: 童话游行 Tónghuà yóuxíng (Procession of the  Fairy Tales).

Dedication note: Dedicated to Ben Baldanza and Jason Li

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Chinese Music; Jewish Music; Arab Music; Ancient Roman Mythology; Spiritual and Sacred Music

"This work is a varied transcription of a previous work of mine, Ballando con la Vita (Italian for “Dancing with Life”) for trombone and violin, composed in 2013".

The soprano saxophone part is NOT written at concert pitch. It is transposed and sounds a major second LOWER than what is written.

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