Quirk Music
Quirk Music

A List of Everything

This is a collection of everything on the Quirk website:

  • compositions and arrangements
  • Just Add You! pieces
  • online projects
  • recordings and CDs
  • articles

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Online Projects

Three Angels

Three Angels, a graphic score by Kenneth Wilkinson is used as a basis to explore interpretation of a graphic score. It is written for a saxophone ensemble of six or more saxophonists.

Online Projects

Treatise

An interpretation of pages from one of the most influential contemporary music scores: Treatise by Cornelius Cardew.

Saxophone Music

Three Angels for saxophone ensemble

A graphic score using traditional notational elements for saxophone ensemble. Similar to a painting, comprising a background texture, percussive interjections and a solo voice.

Recordings

Run, Sing, Fly

The celebrated and eminent saxophonist Sarah Markham performs a collection of music for saxophone covering an expanse of musical eras, genres, and countries.

Recordings

Joseph Horovitz - The Essential Collection

A complete collection of clarinet chamber music by composer Joseph Horovitz. This CD was recorded in the presence of the composer, and includes several world premiere recordings with programme notes written by Joseph Horovitz himself.

Saxophone Music

Fragile Dyads

Fragile Dyads: small fragile units of sound building up into a larger moving texture. Narrow bands of controlled instability, exhibiting fragility and flaws giving a natural life span. For solo or ensemble saxophonists.

Online Projects

Altissimo

Sarah Markham guides the saxophonist through the developmental stages needed for a secure altissimo range.

Saxophone Music

Clockwork

'Somewhere, distant, the ancient mechanism of an old clock can only just be heard'. A simple piece for one or more saxophones.

Online Projects

Multiphonics

Sarah Markham take you through the use of multiphonics, often used in saxophone compositions.