Iguaçu, Come Down and Dance

for any solo saxophone and unpitched audio
“Without a doubt, this is one of the most original and effective new works for saxophone that I have come across.” Gerard McChrystal (British Clarinet and Saxophone Society magazine). A powerful funky Latin-American inspired piece… (read more)

Incantation

for Bb saxophone and guitar, guitar and bass, or piano
Following an awakening, an incantation (a magic spell) is woven which when cast transforms the music into an exuberant bebop exploration. A chamberjazz work for soprano or tenor saxophone, written for the virtuoso soloists Gerard… (read more)

Lament Habanera

for solo saxophone and audio
Tango and minimalism battle for supremacy. Latin American seven movement chamberdance solo for saxophonist and audio, using alto and tenor saxophones, or solo soprano, alto or tenor saxophone. “Ingenious, innovative and thought-… (read more)

Nocturnal

for Bb saxophone and piano
An energetic and passionate chamberjazz work for soprano, alto or tenor saxophone and piano. A cinematic exposition of a sleeping mind on the run. This is a technically demanding work. Alto and tenor versions contain harmonics and… (read more)

Passacaglia: überfunk

for solo saxophone
This chamberfunk piece for unaccompanied solo saxophone was written for the World Saxophone Congress in Bangkok where it was performed by the composer. Drawing on the early 17th century Spanish form, the piece is built… (read more)

Provenance
for saxophone quartet
A three movement chamberjazz work for saxophone quartet. Written for the British group, The Northern Saxophone Quartet, one of the most established chamber groups in Europe, Provenance is a celebration of jazz lines, grove… (read more)
Rhapsody

for alto saxophone and audio
Constantly evolving jazz-phrased enclosures combine with an audio accompaniment which celebrates the compelling rhythmic language of modern-day dance music. This combination seeks to present a modern interpretation of an early… (read more)

Sonata for Tenor Saxophone

for Tenor Saxophone and piano
An exciting and technically demanding chamberjazz work which combines energy, poise and opportunities for improvisation for both musicians. The first movement, Don't let up funk, has a powerful pointillist texture which frames a cool… (read more)