Baritone saxist Aaron Lington creates some wondrous moods on a collection of mostly duet sonatas with pianist Victoria Lington on this collection of modern compositions. Lington's tone and range are highly impressive, sounding almost like a string section on a solo performance of "Wings" that reaches highs and lows with the ease of a trapeze artist. The collection of duets are dominated by two modern pieces, the Concerto for Baritone Orchestra and Secondary Impressions.
The former is a 3 pieces opus that includes soft piano on "Andantino" and lovely teamwork on "Moderato" with an upbeat and optimistic "Allegro" featuring classy tones. The latter piece is a bit darker, with dark ivories during "Le Compositeur Englouti" and eerie shadows for "Invertible Introspection." Ambitious in its simplicity and virtuosity.