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
Based on some of the rhythmic timpani passages from Beethoven's Symphony No. 8. Beethoven's unique use of octaves on the timpani part is a particular
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
The eight solos contained in this collection are suitable for any performing venue or pedagogy. Techniques of tuning, muffling, double stops and staccato-legato are employed. Styles include classical, New
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Patrick Moore's Gavin's on the Run is a Grade 3+ solo for unaccompanied timpani. It was inspired by his son Gavin as he was learning to walk. High energy, dynamic variation, and varied playing
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
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