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In Circles

Amy Dickson

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Since breaking through with a 2009 release devoted to Philip Glass, John Tavener, and Michael Nyman, Australian saxophonist Amy Dickson has attracted audiences of several stripes with a beautiful smoky tone and programs that are both broadly appealing and intelligently conceived. She may have outdone herself with In Circles, however. She does not explain the title, but presumably it refers to the album's overall theme: the mutual influence between concert music and folk traditions. The theme is durable enough, but the dizzying turns Dickson puts it through here are unique. She collaborates with pianist Daniel de Borah in traditional recital pieces by Brahms, Falla, Vaughan Williams (the Six Studies in English Folk Song), and others. She joins the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in the premiere of James MacMillan's Saxophone Concerto, written expressly for her and a fascinating, rather Bartókian take on Scottish folk music. And, most intriguingly, she performs with Australian didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton. He appears in a composition of his own, Kalkadunga Yurdu, which is related to his own ancestry (the delayed entrance of the saxophone is worth the price of the whole album). But the didgeridoo is also used in works by Australian composers Peter Sculthorpe and Ross Edwards. The accompanied solo recital can be a purely conventional exercise, but in Dickson's hands it is anything but, and this release is a delight from beginning to end.

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1
Andalouse, Op. 20 No. 8 00:02:47

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Emile Pessard, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

2
Djilile 00:03:58

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Peter Sculthorpe, Composer - William Barton, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

3
Siete canciones populares españoles: No. 4 Jota 00:03:10

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Manuel De Falla, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

4
From Galloway 00:03:35

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - James MacMillan, Composer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

5
She Moved Through the Fair 00:03:31

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Traditional, Composer - William Barton, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

6
Saxophone Concerto: I. March, Strathspey and Reel 00:05:39

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - James MacMillan, Composer - Nicholas Carter, Conductor - Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Jakub Gaudasinski, Producer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

7
Saxophone Concerto: II. Gaelic Psalm 00:06:21

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - James MacMillan, Composer - Nicholas Carter, Conductor - Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Jakub Gaudasinski, Producer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

8
Saxophone Concerto: III. Jigs 00:05:13

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - James MacMillan, Composer - Nicholas Carter, Conductor - Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Jakub Gaudasinski, Producer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

9
Shepherd's Hey 00:01:52

Amy Dickson, Saxophone, MainArtist - Percy Grainger, Composer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

10
Hungarian Dance No. 4 00:04:12

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

11
Discovery 00:01:50

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Anonymous, Composer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

12
Siete canciones populares españolas: No. 5 Nana 00:02:37

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Manuel De Falla, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

13
Kalkadunga Yurdu 00:10:25

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - William Barton, Composer, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

14
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: I. Adagio 00:01:36

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

15
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: II. Andante sostenuto 00:01:17

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

16
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: III. Larghetto 00:01:37

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

17
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: IV. Lento 00:01:35

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

18
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: V. Andante tranquillo 00:01:31

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

19
Six Studies in English Folk-Song: VI. Allegro vivace 00:00:55

Amy Dickson, Alto Saxophone, MainArtist - Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - Daniel de Borah, Piano

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

20
Yanada 00:05:12

Amy Dickson, Soprano Saxophone, MainArtist - Ross Edwards, Composer - William Barton, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2019 Australian Broadcasting Corporation under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

Since breaking through with a 2009 release devoted to Philip Glass, John Tavener, and Michael Nyman, Australian saxophonist Amy Dickson has attracted audiences of several stripes with a beautiful smoky tone and programs that are both broadly appealing and intelligently conceived. She may have outdone herself with In Circles, however. She does not explain the title, but presumably it refers to the album's overall theme: the mutual influence between concert music and folk traditions. The theme is durable enough, but the dizzying turns Dickson puts it through here are unique. She collaborates with pianist Daniel de Borah in traditional recital pieces by Brahms, Falla, Vaughan Williams (the Six Studies in English Folk Song), and others. She joins the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in the premiere of James MacMillan's Saxophone Concerto, written expressly for her and a fascinating, rather Bartókian take on Scottish folk music. And, most intriguingly, she performs with Australian didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton. He appears in a composition of his own, Kalkadunga Yurdu, which is related to his own ancestry (the delayed entrance of the saxophone is worth the price of the whole album). But the didgeridoo is also used in works by Australian composers Peter Sculthorpe and Ross Edwards. The accompanied solo recital can be a purely conventional exercise, but in Dickson's hands it is anything but, and this release is a delight from beginning to end.

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