William Street, saxophone
Roger Admiral, piano
Paul Bro, tenor saxophone
Arktos 97018

Two of Edmonton’s most noted champions of contemporary music team up for this occasionally spiky, always interesting sampling of possibilities — and improbabilities — for sax and piano. William H. Street is the saxophonist for whom Malcolm Forsyth wrote his Tre Vie: Concerto for Alto Saxophone. Roger Admiral was a co-founder of Edmonton’s celebrated Hammerhead Consort, and is a composer himself.

On this recording:
San Antonio, John Harbison
Sud, Christian Lauba
Shadows, Alf. S. Houkom
Rhyme Time, Étienne Rolin
Two Souls, Roger Admiral
Introduction and Passacaglia, M. William Karlins
Choral Varié, Vincent d’Indy