Internationally acclaimed Australian saxophonist Amy Dickson release her new album yesterday.
Dusk & Dawn is elegant, late-night classical listening at its best, from the lady who has included melodies from Debussy to Tom Waits on the release
In all there are 12 graceful tracks here, each one chosen by Amy as a lasting memory of her marriage year, and Amy certainly made the most of her nuptuals - with not one, but two weddings to her British fiance!
If you still view the saxophone as an instrument largely relegated to the jazz genre, and the pop charts of the 1980s, Dusk & Dawn will challenge your opinion, and quite possibly open up a whole new sax-y route to you.
“Pavane by Fauré is slow-burning and understated,” Amy explained of the opening track on the album, “Fauré added verses by the French dandy Robert de Montesquiou reflecting on how hopelessly romantic men can be.”
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