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Outi Tarkiainen: Saivo: Orchestra And Solo

Concerto For Soprano Saxophone, Effects And Orchestra

COMPOSER: Outi Tarkiainen
PUBLISHER: Edition Wilhelm Hansen
INSTRUMENTATION: Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
The Saxophone Concerto Saivo paints a musical portrait of a saxophonist of a new kind. The word 'saivo' originates from the ancient Sami beliefs meaning a two-bottomed lake, where under a lake dwells another lake and another world which is inhabited by otherworldly creatures - a world that is the
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Specifications
Composer Outi Tarkiainen
Publisher Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Instrumentation Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 5
Number of pages 103
Product Format Score
Description Product Type Score
Genre Solo & Concerto
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2017
ISBN 9788759839911
No. WH33005
Description

The Saxophone Concerto Saivo paints a musical portrait of a saxophonist of a new kind. The word 'saivo' originates from the ancient Sami beliefs meaning a two-bottomed lake, where under a lake dwells another lake and another world which is inhabited by otherworldly creatures - a world that is the exact mirror image of our world. The saxophone concerto builds sonorous timbral bridges between the effected soprano saxophone and the orchestra, and grows eventually into an illusion of another reality which is similar, yet in a peculiar way different than the world we know.

The work was commissioned by Tapiola Sinfonietta and it is dedicated to thesaxophonist Jukka Perko.

Premiere Nov. 17, 2017 -
Tapiolasali, Espoo, Finland
Tapiola Sinfonietta, cond. Anna-Maria Helsing
Jukka Perko, Soprano Saxophone and effects

Solo sax. part: WH33005C
Parts are available on hire: hire@ewh.dk

Song List
  • 1. Image of you
  • 2. In the water
  • 3. In the ashes
  • 4. Reflection
  • 5. Fissure
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