Posted By : Jeff Moore
Piece Title : Ritmo Jondo (Flamenco)
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Level : College
Composer / Arranger : Surinach, Carlos (1915-)
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Categories : Mixed Chamber Ensemble
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Posted By : Jeff Moore    Date Posted: 26 February 2009 06:04:00 AM
This piece requires a clarinet, a trumpet, 3 hand clappers, and 2 percussionists. This is a trumpet and clarinet duet with percussion accompaniment. Piece was drawn from Spanish "gitano" sources. The trumpet part contains some fast ruuns and a high D. Timpani requires tuning changes between movements. Xylophone has some difficult fast 16th note runs in the 3rd movement. This piece was drawn from Spanish "gitano" sources. Three movements: Balerias, Saeta, Garrotin. It has a long explanation page describing how each movement should be performed. Although it contains some 5`s and writing over the bar line, the overall percussion part is not that difficult. Clarinet and trumpet parts are also not extremely difficult.
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