Soprano Saxophone 2 part from Gollidoll’s Cake-Walk for Saxophone Quintet

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Full details

Golliwogg's Cakewalk arranged for Saxophone Sextet. I have changed the title to Gollidoll; so as not to offend contemporary audiences.

At the time of its composition, Golliwoggs were in fashion, due partly to the popularity at that time of the novels of Florence Kate Upton ("golliwog" is a later usage). They were stuffed black dolls with red pants, red bow ties and wild hair, somewhat reminiscent of the black-face minstrels of the time. This is a ragtime piece with its syncopations and banjo-like effects. The dynamic range is quite large and very effective. The B section of this dance is interrupted on several occasions by the love-death leitmotif of Richard Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde, marked avec une grande émotion (with great feeling). Each quotation is followed with banjo imitations. The cakewalk was a dance or a strut and the dancer with the most elaborate steps won a cake ("took the cake").

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Composer
Claude Debussy Transcribed by Keith Terrett
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
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