"If you wanted to gauge the stylistic variety on offer in contemporary Australian saxophone music you could do an awful lot worse than lend an ear to this discriminating and excellently performed selection."
Jonathan Woolf, Musicweb International
Click here to read the review on the Australian website The Music Trust.
From the dance-like playfulness of Matthew Hindson's Repetepetition to the terrifying portents of an Aboriginal legend depicted in Anne Boyd's Ganba, six Australian composers demonstrate the stylistic variety that is a feature of the current Australian musical scene.
Michael Duke is Chair of the Woodwind unit at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, while David Howie is a member of the Ensemble Unit there. Together they produce vivid performances of these striking additions to the saxophone repertoire.