Barnstormer is a quality percussion trio by Chris Crockarell. Attributes such as solid arrangement and playability for young players have put this...
The title of this work is a reference to the geometric formulas and figures used to spur the rhythmic and phrase concepts. The opening section utilizes phrase lengths based on the Pythagorean theorem. The...
From the Baroque era to the 20th century, these 18 trios are arranged in a wide variety of styles. Written to be played by any combination of three instruments, this versatile collection provides not only...
This piece is scored for snare drum, bongos, and four small drums. It is a true crab canon, in that after playing the piece once, the music is turned upside-down and played again.
Dark Passenger is an intense, visceral ride through many different musical territories. The setup consists of three sets of bongos placed back to back while the three performers frame the setup on...
Divertimento is a percussion trio scored for timpani, snare drum, tom-tom, temple blocks, gong, triangle, and cymbal.
La Fractura is a highly syncopated percussion trio written for three keyboards and djembe with a small percussion setup. Originally written for a larger array of instruments, the...
The 4 books in this series, Woodwind Ensembles, Saxophone Ensembles, Brass Ensembles, and Percussion Ensembles may all be used individually or together in any combination. A tried and true part of...
Three Way Split is a fun and hip trio for snare drums. The piece is in a jazz waltz feel and uses mounted instruments such as tambourine and cowbell to color the series of syncopated...
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