San Francisco-based composer and saxophonist Dan Plonsey (1958) straddles the
border between classical, pop, jazz.
Ivory-Bill (Music and Arts, 1997) collects solo and multiple saxophone compositions.
Understanding Human Behavior (Limited Sedition, 1999) is scored for oboe, electronics and voice.
Moving About, Humming, Still Our Flowers are Blooming, Under the Old Portcullis (2001), whose performance makes up the namesake album
Moving About (Limited Sedition, 2004), is a hour-long composition
for musicians and miniature tableau ensemble, and is coupled to another
lengthy composition, Wise King Taken by the Foolish One.
Moving About is a
minimalist fanfare a` la Michael Nyman,
but played in a solemnly sloppish manner, as if it were performed by the
Holy Modal Rounders
or by Taj Mahal, occasionally evoking
Japanese parade music (section ten) and even on American marching bands and circus music
What Leave Behind (2004) is a concerto for guitar and orchestra.
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