Inspired by the Book of Revelation, Gillingham's Angels of the Apocalypse is a dramatic work for 5 keyboard percussion and 3 battery percussion that features lush, chromatic harmonies, gorgeous
A samba on the funky side appropriate for the developing ensemble. Fun stuff!
Inspired by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, this piece hits the audience square in the gut just like the master himself.
Clintonian Sketch is a well-formed, dramatic and tuneful piece for medium-advanced percussion octet reminiscent of some of our favorite movie soundtracks!
The material for Fanfare for the Return of Shadow is derived from Michael Burritt’s composition Shadow Chasers. The composer used several of Burritt's rhythmic themes and has
Scored for eight percussionists, and winner of the 2003 Percussive Arts Society Composition Contest, Mixtures II is a musical exploration of textures and timbres. The
Winner of the Percussive Arts Society Composition Contest in 1997, No Exit grabs the audience with primal energy and force from beginning to end. The driving rhythms and modal harmonies blend
Stone is sacred because it is a part of Mother Earth; separated, hewn, sculpted, relocated, it continues to be a fragment of her existence. Stone provides a dynamic connection between human life and the
The title Spun is a play on the term Fortspinnung, which can be translated to spinning forth. After a slow and ominous introduction, the quick perpetual motion of the piece creates the
Whirlwind is virtually perpetual motion driven by continuous 16th notes. The motion is interrupted a couple times within the course of the piece, but hints of the 16th note motion still remain.
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