"Todos los fuegos el fuego” for saxophone octet constitutes a mysterious and exciting link between music and literature. For the second chapter of the life-long Similar cycle Maxim Shalygin draws inspiration from “Todos los fuegos el fuego”, arguably the most enigmatic book by the great Julio Cortazar.
The project brought together two prominent Dutch saxophone quartets - Amstel Quartet & Keuris Quartet. Never before have two saxophone quartets worked together on a piece of such length and complexity.
article submitted by:Maryana Golovchenko, Maxim Shalygin Composer