Posted By : howardbuss
Piece Title : Kaleidoscope for flute and one percussion
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Composer / Arranger : Buss, Howard (1951-)
Composer / Arranger Details: Unknown
Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion / Untuned Percussion / Mixed Chamber Ensemble
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Instrumentation : Bell Tree / Flute / Orchestra Bells / Suspended Cymbal / Tambourine / Temple Blocks (Set of)
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Written for / Commissioned by : Wriiten for Kim and Robert McCormick
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Publisher :Brixton Publications
Publishers Website :www.brixtonpublications.com
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :1988 / 
Duration :8Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2, Various
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Sheet Music Available From :www.brixtonpublications.com/percussion-4.html      Check to see if in stock
Programme Notes / Performance Details :KALEIDOSCOPE (1988) for flute & one percussion by Howard J. Buss. This colorful “theme” and variations was written for the McCormick Duo. The theme is actually a distinctive rhythmic pattern which is varied in a manner similar to the transformation of images as seen through a kaleidoscope. Both performers have an equally important role in presenting the musical material - this is a true chamber work.The instrumentation includes marimba, bells, 2 suspended cymbals, temple blocks, bell tree, and tambourine. (8’) Grade IV-V. Recorded sound samples can be heard on the Brixton Publications website at www.brixtonpublications.com/percussion-4.html
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