Posted By : bfaegre
Piece Title : Tihai
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Composer / Arranger : Faegre, Brendan
Composer / Arranger Details: Brendan Faegre (b. 1985, Portland, Oregon) is an internationally performed composer, percussionist, and educator. Built on the premise that the highest calibre musical works of all traditions have more similarities than differences, he seeks to combine the resonant elements of numerous musical traditions into a compelling and unique voice. His music draws inspiration from Jazz and Rock drumming, Hindustani Classical music, Norwegian folk music, Argentine tango, and many styles and traditions found in Western Classical music.
Total Number of Percussionists Required :4 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Untuned Percussion / Timpani / World Percussion / Percussion Ensemble / Percussion Education
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Instrumentation : Tin Can (x4)
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Written for / Commissioned by : Unknown
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 Brendan Faegre
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Publisher :Raven Feather Music
Publishers Website :www.brendanfaegre.com
Publisher Details : The ASCAP publisher of Brendan Faegre s music
Year Composed / Copyright Date :2008 / 
Duration :11Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :Various
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Sheet Music Available From :www.brendanfaegre.com      Check to see if in stock
Programme Notes / Performance Details :Dedicated to Raju dada and Sureshji Tihai is a piece inspired by my four months spent studying tabla and rhythm in Pune, India with Ramdas Palsule and Suresh Talwalkar. It is a translation and adaptation of the rhythmic tools and systems of Hindustani Classical music to my Western Classical composing. In addition to the sensory enjoyment and excitement that I hope this piece will produce in listeners and performers alike, I believe that through performing this piece the musicians will become endowed with fresh, exciting new tools to use in their own rhythmic improvisations. Enjoy!
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