All Alone

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Full details

This was initially a piece for a group called "International Drone Bandits." Saxophonist/leader Sundar Viswanathan, percussionist Rakesh Tewari, pianist John Kameel Farah, and I are pursuing the implications and possibilities of using drone harmonic bases to explore and extend non-drone-based (or at least not typically drone-based) musics. This one creates several connected melodic sections, each with its own harmonic flavour, and each with a potentially distinct rhythmic character. The MP3 recording is an expanded version of the band, with superlative young singer Felicity Williams, and the great tabla virtuoso Ravi Naimpally.


Score ID
34274
Composer
Year of composition
2005
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
8 minutes
Instrumentation
Jazz quartet
Genre
World music
Licensing

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