PAPER-KNIFE

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Piece Title : Paper-Knife
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Dificulty Rating :
Level : Graduate
Composer / Arranger : Romig, James
Composer / Arranger Details:

 James Romig composes music that endeavors to reflect the intricate complexity of nature, where fundamental structures exert influence on both small-scale iteration and large-scale design, obscuring the boundaries between form and content. His work shows the influence of academic study with Charles Wuorinen and Milton Babbitt, interaction with the natural world through hiking and photography, and an interest in chaos theory, fractal geometry, and small-world networks. Recent guest-composer visits include Northwestern University, the Aspen Institute, the Cincinnati Conservatory, the University of Illinois, Juilliard, and the American Academy in Rome. Residencies include Petrified Forest NP, Grand Canyon NP, and Copland House. He holds degrees from Rutgers University (PhD) and the University of Iowa (MM, BM), and has been on faculty at Western Illinois University since 2002.

Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion
Instrument / Discipline : Glockenspiel Solo
Instrumentation : Glockenspiel
Range of Instruments / Number of Drums : 2.5 Glockenspiel
Written for / Commissioned by : Tony Oliver.
Permission given for Youtube video by Copyright holder
and Youtube Channel Owner. Recorded / Provided by:
 Brett Dietz
Accompanied :N/A
Publisher :Parallax Music Press
Publishers Website :www.jamesromig.com
Publisher Details :

 

Parallax Music Press is the personal publishing imprint of James Romig.

 

Year Composed / Copyright Date :1998 /  1998
Duration :4Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2
Special Needs :NA
Sheet Music Available From :www.jamesromig.com/      Check to see if in stock
Programme Notes / Performance Details :

Paper-knife, for solo glockenspiel, was composed in 1998.  The work is based on a short passage from Vibraphone Sonata that has been slowed to a glacial tempo.  At 9 quarter notes per minute, the 12 measures of 3/4 that comprise the entire work last approximately 4 minutes.

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