This is a delightful four-movement suite of Baroque dances for intermediate timpani. Dwayne Rice has taken great care to make the timpani as melodic and musical as possible. Perfect for an undergraduate
First place winner in the 2015 PAS Composition Contest, Copper Wired is a powerful work for solo timpani and electronics that was partially inspired by Edgard Varèse's Poem
Elemental Dances was composed as a way of exploring the practicality of literature utilizing five timpani as a solo instrument. The intense three-movement work is based on several segments of
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A highly atmospheric unaccompanied solo for timpani, percussion, and pre-recorded audio. Relaxed and syncopated, but never abrasive. A thoroughly enjoyable addition to your recital!
Mehteran, for solo timpani, explores the history of the Janissary Corps. The Janissaries were infantry soldiers of the Ottoman Empire. Their music is considered to be the oldest form of military
Mjolner is a concerto for timpani accompanied by either piano or wind ensemble. The music loosely follows the Norse mythology surrounded Thor, God of Thunder, and his hammer, Mjolner. The piece is
Thunder requires technical command of the instrument as well as a keen sense of musicality. The inspiration of the work comes directly from the title and is represented by the heavy articulated
Focusing on developing a true legato timpani stroke, exploring various stroke types for weighted accents, and exploring different sound capabilities of the instrument, Treading Lightly serves as a
Warzone is a collaborative composition by Alexander Singer and Robert McClure. The programmatic content references the horror and chaos of war, the innocence of youth so frequently pushed to the
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