Elements for Saxophone Quartet

Composer
Sy Brandon
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(SATB or AATB) "Elements" and is designed to musically portray the essential nature of the Classical Greek elements, fire, water, air and earth and their astrological implications. The first movement is Fire whose essential nature is strong and controlling. The music contains a lot of forceful sections, primarily in a homophonic style. The water element’s chief characteristic is sensitivity, therefore it is in a slow tempo and is lyrical and harmonically rich. The chief characteristic of the air element it is changeable, therefore this movement is filled with contrasts of texture, dynamics, articulation, meter, tonality, and orchestration. This last movement represents the Earth element whose main characteristic is stability. To represent stability musically, a lot of ostinatos were used. This work was commissioned by the h2 quartet.


Score ID
144985
Composer
Sy Brandon
Year of composition
2013
Publisher
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
10 minutes
Instrumentation
Saxophone quartet
Genre
Modern classical music
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