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Constant dialogue between the saxophone and piano. It's a reflective music that has a intimist character that invites to meditation.
The Sonata Marina is divided into three movements, the first begins with a slightly nostalgic saxophone theme, the second focuses on the idea of distance and not return, the third initiated by an allusion to Mahler's music, has a more free-flowing and bright style.
This piece clearly shows post-impressionist traits, modal turns of phrase, a wealth of registers, a constant rhythm, a taste for chromatic modulations and a mastery of counterpoint. Although the alto saxophone is undoubtedly the protagonist throughout the piece, the piano is not restricted to an accompanying role but is instead clearly involved in the...