The London Golden Sax Project

The London Golden Sax Project is a unique rediscovery of London’s song heritage from the Oliver-esque street seller’s cry of ‘Will You Buy’ to the timeless classic of ‘A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square’.

Hannah Marcinowicz and award-winning British stage and screen composer, Jonathan Goldstein (BBC, Saatchi & Saatchi, Royal Shakespeare Company), collaborate to create evocative musical soundscapes celebrating the old and the new, blending the ethereal world of choir and organ with the modern world of saxophone and strings.

The material has a strong cinematic quality, making it perfect for sync, as well as a proven appeal to all ages, making it ideal for broadcast, performance and sales.

The recordings feature an orchestra specially assembled from principal players of the major London orchestras, and singers drawn from The Sixteen, Tenebrae and The Tallis Scholars. West End Musical Director, Stacey Watton, conducts.

For further information please contact Goldstein Music:

Will You Buy

London's Ordinaries

Tender Hearts

Play Sweet Thames Flow Softly

Sweet Thames Flow Softly

Play  A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

Screen & Sax

Hannah has been working closely with the cream of female soundtrack talent. She commissioned British Emmy winning and BAFTA nominated ‘Spooks’ composer, Jennie Muskett, and Laura Rossi to write new works for saxophone and piano, which were premiered at Kings Place, London, as part of Equator's 'Women of the World Series 2015'.

Leading female film & television composers, Debbie Wiseman MBE (Wolf Hall, The Promise), Rachel Portman (Chocolat, One Day, Miss Potter) and Jocelyn Pook (Eyes Wide Shut, Brick Lane) also arranged some of their well-known scores specially for saxophone and piano for Hannah to perform with pianist, John Reid.