Tenor Saxophone from Congestion Charge

Composer
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music

"Congestion Charge" is the final movement of my "Suite for Tenor Saxophone", dedicated to the immensely talented Dan Forshaw. It is full of time-signature changes, additive rhythms and discord as it depicts an inner-city traffic-jam. Emergency sirens sound in the distance.

The E-major and F-major sections, however, are brief interludes of tranquillity in the hustle and bustle of the grid-locked city.

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