Tambourin : Movement IV, from 'Gouttes d'un Sang Etranger', version for alto saxophone and viola da gamba
by Felicity Wilcox (2014)
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Performance by Anthea Cottee, Nathan Henshaw, Felicity Wilcox from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 77.
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Tambourin : Movement IV, from 'Gouttes d’un Sang Etranger', version for alto saxophone and viola da gamba / Felicity Wilcox.
Library shelf no. 785.4412/WIL 2 [Available for loan]
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This is a recomposition from the Suitte d'un Gout Etranger, composed by Marin Marais in 1717. It builds on his earlier work significantly and transforms his lively rhythmic dance-like tune for solo bass viol into a yearning, slow duet.
Instrumentation: Alto saxophone, viola da gamba.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Filigree and Baroque gestures in the saxophone part, with one microtone. Double stops and sustained drones in gamba part.
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Baroque, early music, recomposition.
Composed as part of Wilcox's doctoral portfolio within the larger work multimedia work 'Gouttes d'un Sang Etranger'.
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