Named for the Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico and the magnificent canyon country the park encompasses, this contest standard features a dramatic, well-conceived series of simple patterns and rolls
These selections work as individual pieces or in a four-movement capacity. This "mini-symphony" reveals the importance of key relationships, tempo relationships, and contrasting dynamics.
From the Baroque era to the 20th century, these 18 trios are arranged in a wide variety of styles. Written to be played by any combination of three instruments, this versatile collection provides not only
Named for the small town in southwest Colorado that's known as the gateway to the spectacular Mesa Verde cliffs, this contest standard for advancing drummers is an exciting mix of accented tutti and exposed
This percussion trio functions much like a jazz trio. The tune is played with variations, followed by a section for improvisation, and then finishes with the tune again to bring it to a happy ending.
Try this unique piece for organic percussion that returns to the roots of the idiom. Parts may be doubled, and this piece promises to be fun for players and audiences alike.
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