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Website: 21 Jul 2010
By: MarkPhillips

Whaddup? for saxophone and electroacoustic music, was written by Mark Phillips specifically for very young saxophonists. It was composed at the request of Nicolas Prost, to whom the piece is dedicated. The entire accompaniment was created in Kyma using two sound sources: 1. an odd, limited assortment of samples (key clicks, key slaps, breath sounds, a clanking mouthpiece cover, a multiphonic and one fast run) recorded by Greg Sigman on a vintage 1927 Conn bass saxophone with a very noisy key action. 2. a recording of Cânes Nicolas speaking in French about traveling from his native Haiti to study music in the US and his anticipation of the 2010 World Cup.

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