My work for saxophone quartet, Gyaling, is included in a new release by Vancouver's Saxophilia. It revisits the harmonic source code that informs the entire labyrinth repertoire. Its exuberant mood could be compared to a fanfare, appropriate for announcing the beginning of a labyrinth event. The gyaling is a type of double-reed bugle, of military origin, found in the ensembles of Tibetan monasteries. Played in pairs, its musical persona is raucous and celebratory - a true spiritual wake up call.
It is available on Bandcamp. https://redshiftmusicsociety.bandcamp.com/album/saxophilia