i n e r t i a

Duration: 6'30"

 
Instrumentation:
Soprano Sax., Alto Sax., Tenor Sax., Baritone Sax.

Program Notes:
inertia is the first in a series for saxophone (or multiple saxophones) that take their names from the Newtonian Laws of Motion. The name, inertia, is derived from the first of these laws, which basically states that an object in motion will remain in motion unless an external and unbalanced force acts upon it.



 

Available through Veritas Musica Publishing.

 

Awards:

Selected Performance, 2012 25th College Music Society's Pacific Northwest Conference
 

 

Performances:

PRISM Quartet [reading session] - 2 October 2015; Kansas City, MO

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 16 January 2014; Cave Creek, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 13 January 2014; Sierra Vista, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 12 January 2014; Bisbee, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 11 January 2014; Bisbee, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 10 January 2014; Peoria, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 8 January 2014; Phoenix, AZ 

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 7 January 2014; Tempe, AZ

Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet - 5 January 2014; Phoenix, AZ

Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 12 May 2012; Köttmannsdorf, Austria
Saxophilia Saxophone Quartet - 17 March 2012; North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 25 February 2012; Lienz, Austria
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 22 January 2012; Klagenfurt, Austria
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 9 July 2011; St. Veit an der Glan, Austria
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 30 May 2010; Klagenfurt, Austria
Michael Shults, Tim Timmons, Brett Jackson, Alex Toepfer - 26 April 2010; Kansas City, MO
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 18 April 2010; Klagenfurt, Austria
Carinthia Saxophonquartett - 17 April 2010; Hüttenberg, Austria
Michael Shults, Tim Timmons, Brett Jackson, Alex Toepfer - 5 April 2010; Kansas City, MO
Mike Herrara, Peter Lawless, Matt Yates, Matt Shoaf - 14 April 2006; Kansas City, MO



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