BAR HOPPING

Posted By : peterjarvis
Piece Title : Bar Hopping
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Composer / Arranger : Link, John
Composer / Arranger Details: John Link has composed for diverse media including orchestra, chamber and jazz ensembles, rock bands, and electroacoustic instruments. He has received commissions from guitarist Daniel Lippel, cellist Caroline Stinson, the Athabasca String Trio, the New Jersey Arts Collective (the 2006 Ionisation Commission for pianist Anthony de Mare), Flexible Music, the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music (for the Ames Piano Quartet), The High Mountain Symphony, and the Composers Guild of New Jersey. He is a founding member of the New York City composers group Friends & Enemies of New Music, and a Professor at William Paterson University. His music is recorded on the New Focus Recordings, Bridge Records, and 60x60 labels. www.johnlinkmusic.com
Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion
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Written for / Commissioned by : Composed for Peter Jarvis commissioned by Composers Guild of New Jersey
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Publisher :Calabrese Brothers Music, LLC
Publishers Website :www.calabresebrothersmusic.com
Publisher Details : Publishes contemporary composers
Year Composed / Copyright Date :1999 / 
Duration :4Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :Bar Hopping was commissioned by the Composers Guild of New Jersey for Peter Jarvis. It is a short scherzando movement for solo vibraphone based on an irregular pattern of slowly chiming intervals. At the beginning, and occasionally later on, these intervals are heard by themselves, but for the most part they are woven into a variety of more elaborate textures, all based on a family of voicings of a single seven-note chord. Although the form of the piece is quite free, in its broadest outlines the music moves from a fast opening (preceded by a slow introduction), to a central slow section, to a lively conclusion, as the materials of the composition become more and more condensed. - John Link
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