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Piece Title : Baroque Suite
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Composer / Arranger : Levitan, Daniel
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Categories : Tuned Percussion
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Posted By : apaish    Date Posted: 28 March 2017 12:11:57 PM
Hello! I m going to add some additional information about this piece. Composer Details: Composer and percussionist Daniel Levitan [b.1953] studied composition at Bennington College with Henry Brant, Vivian Fine, and Marta Ptazynska. Percussion studies include marimba with Tom Hemphill, table with Phil Ford and Ray Spiegel, and conga and latin percussion with Frankie Malabe. His numerous works for percussion have been performed at conservatories throughout the United States and the world. Many of his works are standard repertoire for percussion ensembles and students. He has composed for, and has works performed and recorded by The Manhattan Marimba Quartet, Marimolin, Nancy Zeltsman, and more. Range of Instrument: 4.3 octave Publisher: Keyboard Percussion Publications Year Composed: 2001 Number of Mallets: 4 Performance Notes: The absence of tempo indications, dynaics, and accents in the score is meant to reflect baroque notational conventions, and not the composer s desire thsat expressive effects be avoided. Rather, they are left to the performer s discretion and experience. Movements: - Prelude - Allemande - Courante - Sarabande - Bourrée I - Bourrée II - Gigue
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