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Kerékfy Márton: Introduction and Dance
for alto saxophone and piano
score and part
Márton Kerékfy (b. 1981) studied musicology and composition at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest (2000-2007) and received his PhD in musicology (2015) from the same institution. In 2006 he spent one semester on an Erasmus Grant at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Márton is Senior Research Fellow at the Budapest Bartók Archives, Editor of the Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition, and Editor-in-Chief at Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó.
Introduction and Dance exploits the alto saxophone's characteristic sound and virtuosity. It starts with a slow, nascent music, which gives way to a very fast dance with aksak rhythm in an asymmetrically segmented 8/16 meter.
The work was commissioned by and is dedicated to saxophonist Levente Puskás and pianist Judit Váradi, who premiered it in September 2020 in the Hungarian Radio, and then first performed in concert in November that year.