A work simply intended to explore shaken instruments within the percussion family in a chamber setting, Shake is a perfect change of pace for percussion ensembles. Appropriate for run-out concerts,...
Silent Canyons was inspired of by the story of the Ancestral Pueblo Peoples or Anasazi (a Navajo word meaning ancient ones or ancient enemies) and their disappearance from the Four Corners region...
An appropriately spooky staple of percussion ensemble repertoire. Scored for 5 players and an array of instruments.
Named after a large-scale industrial sculpture by Richard Serra, Tilted Spheres is a powerhouse unpitched percussion quintet that takes listeners and performers on a sonic journey through many...
The Timpani Stomp is a powerful quintet written for four timpani, one player each drum plus one player on bass drum and snare drum. Unique!
Requiring no mallets, this lively quintet calls for snare drum, tambourine, field drum, suspended cymbal, bass drum, bells, triangle, and timpani (or roto-toms).
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