Posted By : drileyn
Piece Title : Imperfect Restfulness
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Dificulty Rating :
Level : Advanced
Composer / Arranger : Nicholson, D. Riley
Composer / Arranger Details: D. Riley Nicholson is a percussionist and composer. While he writes mainly for percussion and piano, he does not limit himself to that instrumentation. Influences are Impressionism and Post-Minimalism. His favorite composer is Erik Satie, by which he is greatly influenced by.
Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion
Instrument / Discipline : Marimba Solo
Instrumentation : Piano
Range of Instruments / Number of Drums : 5 Octave Marimba
Written for / Commissioned by : D. Riley Nicholson
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :2011 /  2011
Duration :11Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :4
Special Needs :N/A
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :

Imperfect Restfulness is written to contemplate the unrelenting presence of imperfection. In a new energetic pursuit, in a moment of rest, in every insight there is some imperfection, something that isn`t quite what it should be. ...If you are perfectly restful, you aren`t in this world anymore. Imperfect Restfulness is not a solo marimba part with piano accompaniment, it is a duet. I wrote the piece to expand the perception of marimba as a chamber instrument. Instead of being a novelty solo instrument, the marimba can be equally important to other established instruments like the piano. With sufficient artistry and tasteful mallet choices, the marimba can take leading roles or can become secondary rhythmic and/or color support.

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