Works Analysis
Tuesday April 23, 2019
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ON LINE EVENTS:    ANDORRA SAXFEST 2019  |   FISP PALMELA 2019   |   7th DINANT COMPETITION


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Christian Lauba
1952 - Sfax, Tunisia
Conservatory of Bordeaux
Michel Fusté-Lambezat
Collaborations with Jean-Marie Londeix
Saxophone professor (retired) at Bordeaux
Jean Matitia
His other "name" for rag-time compositions
Volume One:
Alto Saxophone
Balafon 
Circular breathing and extremely soft dynamics
African wooden xylophone
17 - 19 keys (notes)
Strung together on a frame with a resonator beneath each key
Etude has 19 keys (notes)
Multiphonics 
Londeix
Kientzy
Subtone
Savane
Sanza
Jungle
Volume Two:
Soprano and Tenor Saxophone
Tadj
(soprano saxophone)
Short for Tajikistan
Three different modes
Three different attacks
Pentatonic scales
with quartet tones and multiphonics
Other contemporary techniques
Not the main focus
Gyn
(tenor saxophone)
Vir
(tenor saxophone)
Volume Three:
Duet for Soprano Saxophones
Ars
"Recreate an imaginary 'Middle Age'"
Fourths and Fifths
Variety of tempo changes
Ars Antiqua (Ancient Art)
No vibrato
'Natural' manner
Ars Nova (New Art)
Multiphonics
Quarter tones
Volume Four:
Baritone Saxophone
Bat
"Grand etude based upon tremolos, trills, melodic glissandi and quarter tones"
Batterie (trill), battement (beating), and baritone
Wide intervals
Depicts bats flying and communicating
Longest etude (13:45)
Nine Etudes
Four volumes
Four voices of the saxophone family
Commissioned in 1992 for the Bordeaux saxophone studio
Composed in two years
Focusing on the saxophone as an artistic instrument
Extended techniques
Why Do They Matter?
Promoting these etudes via Londeix
Incorporating these etudes in study
Solo
Auditions
Performances
Competitions
Demonstrating contemporary techniques
Program music

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