Posted By : Jeff Moore
Piece Title : Sporady and Caccia
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Level : College
Composer / Arranger : Corbett, Ian
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Total Number of Percussionists Required :5 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Percussion Ensemble
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Publisher :Honeyrock Publishing
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Duration :8Minutes
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Posted By : Jeff Moore    Date Posted: 26 February 2009 05:40:00 AM
A challenging ensemble scored for five players: marimba, xylophone, vibraphone and two multi-percussionists. The title reflects the sporadic nature of the opening figures, and the canon-like elements found throughout. Most of the time the mallet instruments are involved in some kind of a chase, either echoing or developing precursory motifs and fragments. At the beginning of the work this chase is sporadic, building to the more continuous canonic writing at the middle of the piece. The juxtaposition of rhythmically regular passages and the moments of rhythmic conflict in the counter-lines connect these extended canonic passages to the syncopation and irregularity of the opening figures. A great deal of nuance and finesse is required for this one.
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