This combines aboriginal influences and soundworlds with Tony Osborne's lively mix of rhythmic ingenuity and energy. The opening didjeridu effect sets the mood for the piece, which has a similar momentum to All in a Day's Work, and there are musical and rhythmic challenges for each player.
A quartet of great energy and invention.
It was composed for a workshopin London, between Australian bassists who were visiting the capital and students at the Royal Academy of Music Junior Department. The Australians never arrived but yet a great piece was written...
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