Cape Adare

Publisher Donemus
Category Chamber
Year Composed 2002
Duration 10 Minutes
Orchestration soprano saxophone and accordion
Availability Donemus

Three movement work in sonata form. Named after the geographical name of a place in Antarctica (Cape Adare).

Commissioned by the Dutch duo Gertje Bruin and Niels Bijl. Premiered at the festival “Suite” at the legendary, not existing Amsterdam club ‘’ de Ijsbreaker ‘. The composition had been performed by duets in the Netherlands, Germany and Poland.

for soprano saxophone and accordion (2002) | 10 min | Publisher: Donemus |

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