5 CIRANDAS BRASILEIRAS

Posted By : Jeff Moore
Piece Title : 5 Cirandas Brasileiras
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Composer / Arranger : Rosauro, Ney Gabriel (1952-)
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Total Number of Percussionists Required :2 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion
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Publisher :Pro Percussao
Publishers Website :www.propercussaobrasil.com/default.asp
Publisher Details : Percussao Brazil is the official publisher of works and products by Ney Rosauro. 
Year Composed / Copyright Date : /  1994
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Special Needs :4 Mallets
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Posted By : Univ. Southern Mississippi Archive    Date Posted: 03 March 2011 09:26:37 AM
"Vibraphone/Marimba-5 Cirandas Brasileiras is a collection of five short duets for vibraphone and marimba. Each of these duets has its own style and character, which is evident in the Brazilian subtitle given: I. ""Samba-lele""; II. ""Nesta Rua tem um Bosque""; III. ""Atirei o Pau no Gato""; IV. ""Todo o mundo passa""; and V. ""Pai Francisco."" Any one of the five movements could stand alone, or they could potentially be programmed in groupings of movements. The first movement is fast; the second is very rubato; the third is a moderate tempo; the fourth is an andante; and the final movement is very fast. Intermediate to advanced four-mallet technique by both performers is essential to a successful performance of these duets. Each movement is approximately two minutes in length. This collection is reflective of Ney Rosauro s commitment as a percussion composer to be as versatile as he is as a percussion performer. 5 Cirandas Brasileiras also reveals another aspect of the rich folk music evident in the Brazilian music culture.-Lambert "
Posted By : Jeff Moore    Date Posted: 19 February 2009 11:52:00 AM
This duet is for Marimba and Vibes. Both parts require 4 mallets. In the third ciranda, the vibes play triplets while the marimba player plays eighth notes and quaters creating 4:3 polyrhythm. All cirandas are short with a D.C. al Coda.
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