Ronald L. Caravan:
Echoes of a Crimson Twilight

A short impressionistic piece for solo soprano saxophone, this is a slow, expressive work that utilizes various unconventional sound resources such as micro-tones, multiphonics, tremolos, vibrato variation, and subtone. About the title and composition, the composer states, “The piece is intended to be ‘atmospheric’ in nature, not programmatic. Although I did base the piece on some very specific pitch materials, and had certain specific visions within my own imagination in composing it, impressions among individuals can vary widely upon hearing a piece such as this, and this is, of course, most desirable.” Special fingerings provided for most special techniques; otherwise technically not difficult; approx. 5-1/2min. (Year of composition: 2003)


"Single Reed Expressions," Vol. 8. Ronald Caravan, soprano saxophone. Mark Records, 51608-MCD.

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