RUDIS BATUQUE

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Piece Title : Rudis Batuque
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Composer / Arranger : Hill, Julie
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Dr. Julie Hill, Assistant Professor of Percussion Studies at the University of Tennessee at Martin, is highly regarded as a performer and pedagogue specializing in contemporary and world percussion. She has presented clinics and concerts for universities and state Day of Percussion festivals throughout the US and is a frequent guest lecturer and performer on the topic of Brazilian percussion.  As a member of the acclaimed Caixa Percussion Trio, Julie has performed at international festivals in Mexico, Brazil, France, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the Percussive Arts Society International Conventions (PASIC). The Caixa Trio released their CD, Commissioned Works in October of 2007.  Hill is the co-author of a new collection of solos/duets entitled Music for Multi Percussion: A World View (Alfred Publications).  Hill received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin, holds a Master of Music degree in Percussion Performance from Arizona State University, and has a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Kentucky. Hill is researching and studying percussion extensively throughout Brazil, primarily in the regions of Salvador da Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, and Sco Paulo. Her teachers include James Campbell, J.B. Smith, Nancy Mathesen, Leigh Stevens, and Neguinho do Samba.  Hill serves on the international advisory board for Escola Dida, a project in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil dedicated to social transformation for black women and at-risk children through music.   The June 2004 Percussive Notes journal featured a cover story written by Hill on the Brazilian based project.  Julie currently serves on the PAS World and Scholarly Research Committees. She is also on the PAS Board of Directors and has been a member of PAS since 1989.   Julie Hill is an endorser of Pearl Drums / Adams Musical Instruments, Innovative Percussion, Evans Drum Heads, Zildjian Cymbals, Grover Pro Percussion, and Audix Microphones.  For more information, visit Julie Hills website at www.utm.edu/jhill

Total Number of Percussionists Required :10+ Percussionist(s)
Categories : World Percussion
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Written for / Commissioned by : James Campbells 20th Anniversary at UK
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and Youtube Channel Owner. Recorded / Provided by:
 Julie Hill
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Publisher :Row-Loff Productions
Publishers Website :www.rowloff.com
Publisher Details : Foremost in marching and concert percussion literature.  For more information please visit their website www.rowloff.com.
Year Composed / Copyright Date :2005 / 
Duration :6Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :N/A
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Sheet Music Available From :www.steveweissmusic.com/product/1128452/percussion-ensemble-sheet-music      Check to see if in stock
Programme Notes / Performance Details :Rudis Batuque is a samba reggae groove from Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. It can have as few as 10 players and as many as 50 or more. It is designed to be a finale of any program engaging the audience in dancing and singing with the performers. The written parts of simple enough to incorporate middle school students, but also allow for improvised solo sections that may enhance the skills of the most virtuosic performers. The piece can be taught quickly and can bring many different age groups and ability levels together. You may substitute instruments other than C instruments with some simple transcribing skills. Numerous drum substitutions may be made and are suggestions in the case that Brazilian drums are not available.
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