Scored for triangle, suspended cymbal, tambourine, and bass drum.
Fluidity layers various syncopated and non-syncopated patterns together to produce an undulating effect that creates an interesting and meditative atmosphere.
Flutterings features an almost constant rustling of sound using a wide array of conventional auxiliary percussion instruments and some unconventional found instruments, most notably small pillows,
Scored for snare drum and suspended cymbal; bongos; cowbell; two timpani and bass drum.
Imagine that your percussion section just realized that they need to practice their music for a contest performance that’s closing in fast. That's the scenario portrayed in this energetic
From the Inside Out was written for the students at Gurrie Middle School in LaGrange, Illinois. The students continually begged for a body percussion piece, but my focus for them was developing
Fun and furious, fantastic and forward, Funky Fugue for Five fashions friendly rhythms into a festive foray for four or five fledgling friends to fire funky feels at fans while furthering their
Scored for four players, George Gershwin's Three Preludes for Piano merge early twentieth century American classical music with jazz elements, and exemplify the essence of Gershwin's signature
A quartet of medium difficulty scored for Latin percussion and one to four dancers.
Easy-level quartet for unpitched percussion.
Written for cajon quartet with pedaled percussion instruments, Institutionalized is a unique and intriguing addition to the repertoire. By exploiting the many different sounds the cajon can make,
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