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Piece Title : Dance for 5 Drums
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Dificulty Rating :
Level : Junior
Composer / Arranger : Bradley, Jan
Composer / Arranger Details:

Jan Bradley is a freelance percussionist based in Manchester.  As well as being a Member of 4-MALITY, he plays for many orchestras including the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, CBSO, Northern Sinfonia, Opera North and the Halle.  He is also a composer and arranger, primarily for percussion but has also written a piece for trumpet and percussion, and a percussion concerto with symphony orchestra. 

Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Untuned Percussion
Instrument / Discipline : Untuned / Multiple Percussion
Instrumentation : Large Size Tom / Medium Size Tom (x2) / Pair of Bongos or Boo Bams
Range of Instruments / Number of Drums : Five Pitched Drums
Written for / Commissioned by : Stephen Whibley
Permission given for Youtube video by Copyright holder
and Youtube Channel Owner. Recorded / Provided by:
 Special thanks to Birmingham Conservatoire for the use of their facilities, Jan Bradley, Doug Evens and Grace Croxall.
Accompanied :N/A
Publisher :Published by the Composer
Publishers Website :Please contact the composer directly.
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :1996 /  1996
Duration :6Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2, 4
Special Needs :None
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :

A powerful opening of relentless pounding drums mutates to become the accompaniment to a lively dance. The momentum builds and eventually gives way to a period of reflection. The memory of the dance is strong and it soon bursts through again in even more frenzied form. Good chops needed to pull this one off!

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