Inspired by traditional field hollers, a type of work song created by African-American slaves working on cotton plantations, not meant to keep strict rhythm with the work, but to express the feelings of the workers.


from Tiptons Sax Quartet: WABI SABI, released January 1, 2021
Composed and arranged by Sue Orfield, Red Cedar Records, BMI
Performed By The Tiptons Saxophone Quartet & Drums
Amy Denio - Alto Saxophone
Jessica Lurie – Soprano Saxophone
Sue Orfield - Tenor Saxophone
Tina Richerson - Baritone Saxophone
Robert Kainar - Drums

Recorded and mixed at Studio Litho by Floyd Reitsma, Seattle, WA January 2020. Mastered at Resonant Mastering by Rachel Field, Seattle, WA January 2020

Released by: Sowiesound, Spoot Music, Zipa! Music
Release date: 31 August 2020


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Amy Denio / Spoot Music Seattle, Washington

Amy Denio is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist composer, singer and music producer based in Seattle, WA. She's been commissioned to compose for dance, theater and film, and has received numerous grants and fellowships and collaborated with artists worldwide.

She has performed at festivals, clubs, schools, prisons, social centers and ruins throughout Europe, North America and Asia.
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