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Piece Title : Massai
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Level : HS/College
Composer / Arranger : Camp, Leon
Composer / Arranger Details:

Leon Camp has written more than 400 compositions. Currently he mainly composes by request. An example is the request of the World Music Contest in Kerkrade in 1993, to write the obliged piece for the concert contest. Besides composer, Leon Camp is also conducting, juror and publisher.

Total Number of Percussionists Required :9 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion / Percussion Ensemble
Instrument / Discipline : Percussion for 9
Instrumentation : Bar Chimes / Cabasa / Claves / Cow Bell / Drum Kit / Finger Cymbals / Guiro / Snare Drum / Tubular Bells
Range of Instruments / Number of Drums : Bass Marimba required.
Written for / Commissioned by : Dutch Percussion Society
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and Youtube Channel Owner. Recorded / Provided by:
 Video Provided by Greetz Koekenloer with permission from Dutch Music Partners
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Publisher :Dutch Music Partners
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Publisher Details :

DMP publishes sheet music composed by several international composers like Daniel McCloud, Matt Ownby, Carlos Passeggi, Michael Pagan, Doug Walter etc. They all write outstanding music for keyboard-soloists and small/large ensembles

Year Composed / Copyright Date :2000 /  2000
Duration :9Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2
Special Needs :Soprano Saxophone
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :

Massai consists of three parts: Entrance, Mediation and Dance and is based on authentic African rhythms.  Very characteristic in the first part is for example the simultaneous use of two-parted and three-parted rhythms. During the part Mediation – which is a resting point in the piece – thematic material from the first part returns in the vibraphone, marimba and tubular bells . The Dance that follows is written in a 7/8 time signature and has a powerful, advancing character.

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