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Garage Drummer won first place in the 2005 PAS Composition Contest and was premiered by Rob Parks (JBC).
The purpose of this book is to provide a structured method for practicing the 40 Percussive Arts Society International Drum Rudiments. Presented in five sections, each focuses on a limited number of rudiments drawn from the roll, paradiddle, flam, and drag categories. Each section consists of six etudes and concludes
Gates are mentioned often in Biblical Scripture, and gatekeepers were an important part of maintaining order in ancient societies. Gatekeepers were guards stationed for protection at various kinds of gates, which could be city gates, palace gates, or temple gates. Their positions were considered sacred and gatekeepers had to be
Rhapsodie Chromatique is a captivating vibraphone solo with influences by contemporary marimba solos, jazz and classical music. Written by an outstanding artist and percussionist, Tomasz Herisz, Rhapsodie Chromatique is a 4-mallet work would be perfect for senior and graduate recitals and solo/ensemble festivals. The music is energetic, dramatic and engaging!
My Friend Sriji is an exciting South Indian musical adventure for percussion sextet. Adapted from a two-mallet marimba etude written by Mark Ford, My Friend Sriji is a six-minute power-house of rhythm, color and melody. With Poovalur Sriji's assistance, Robert Chapman takes this music to new heights with advanced rhythmic
From the creator of Vespertine Formations and Mourning Dove Sonnet, Christopher Deane's unique compositional voice in The Titanic Days brings mystery and musical depth to this incredible work. True to form, Deane's Rhapsody for Snare Drum and Percussion Ensemble delivers a unique snare drum feature accompanied by dark and forbidding textures in the
"Andy Harnsberger’s Miniatures provide much-needed material to aid in the development of beginning and intermediate marimba students. The pieces offer the player a way to practice basic technical concepts while also creating a pathway for improving their expressive abilities on the marimba" - Blake Tyson
Kiwi Fruit was written as an idea after I had a vivid dream; I traveled an entire lifetime in what seemed an endless journey, only to wake up and realize it was just temporary. The reoccurring melodies depict travel; the beginning and end describe growing up, reflecting on being young
Nostalgia was written in response to the social, political and financial chaos my country Puerto Rico has been experiencing in recent years. In essence, Nostalgia is a musical portrait of my feelings toward this situation. More importantly it represents my optimistic and unwavering faith that soon the people of my
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