This is a light-hearted piece written for some friends who played sax and marimba and who were up to a challenge. They lived in Victoria, Canada, in a lovely part of the city near the ocean, called Holland Point, hence the name of the work. A portion of it was written on the beach there. Sadly, I have lost contact with them and it was finally premiered by others. It is quick and bouncy, full of rhythmic quirks, and not lacking in drama. A good challenge for good players. It has been recorded by William Street, saxophone and Trevor Brandenburg, on their fine album, “West Winds: Western Canadian Music for Saxophone”.