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Katia Beaugeais – Breath by Breath (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/48kHz]

Katia Beaugeais – Breath by Breath (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/48kHz | Time – 46:28 minutes | 415 MB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © ABC Classic

Katia Beaugeais is an award-winning French-Australian saxophonist and composer living in Sydney. She is a Vandoren Paris and Selmer Sax Artist. Since winning the prestigious 2010 ISCM/IAMIC International Society for Contemporary Music Young Composer Award, Beaugeais’s music ranging from solo saxophone to full orchestra has been performed in America, Canada, Croatia, Slovakia, Austria, Scotland, Ireland, England, France, Peru, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

Beaugeais is featured soloist-composer on an ABC Classic radio podcast, where she is interviewed and performs new Australian saxophone works, including her latest soprano saxophone piece, Breath by Breath, which has been chosen for ABC Classic’s 2020 New Waves theme tune.

Recent CD releases of Beaugeais’s music include: Re-emerging (2020) composed during lockdown for Amy Dickson’s online saxophone recording project, Like Snowdrops You will Shine, commissioned for the Australian Chamber Orchestra Collective/ABC Classics Hush Hospital Foundation CD, and First Light at Uluru, recorded by world-renowned didgeridoo player, William Barton, and the Royal Australian Navy Band. Beaugeais’s music was chosen for Australian Chamber Orchestra’s 2019 worldwide selected playlist celebrating “incredible female artists”.

Tracklist:
1. Katia Beaugeais – MultiSonics (For Alto Saxophone)
2. Katia Beaugeais – Breath by Breath
3. Katia Beaugeais – Beside Bamboo
4. Katia Beaugeais – Dying of the Light: Pacific Resonance for Peter
5. Katia Beaugeais – Intermezzo 1 – Fuglar himins
6. Katia Beaugeais – Intermezzo 2 – Straumur

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