Posted By : howardbuss
Piece Title : Stellar Visions for flute & marimba
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Composer / Arranger : Buss, Howard (1951-)
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Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion / Mixed Chamber Ensemble
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Instrumentation : 4 1/3 Octave Marimba (Low A) / Flute
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Written for / Commissioned by : written for The McCormick Duo
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Publisher :Brixton Publications
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :2005 / 
Duration :7Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :Various
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :STELLAR VISIONS (2005) for flute & marimba by Howard J. Buss was written during the Winter of 2005 and is dedicated to the McCormick Duo: Kim McCormick, flute, and Robert McCormick, percussion. This colorful and engaging work juxtaposes mystical, lyrical, and energetic sections in a manner analogous to the ebb and flow of emotions experienced by the composer during meditation on the awesome grandeur of a starry night. From mystical, quiet murmurings to intense and brilliant forte passages, the music showcases the great expressive range of the flute and marimba duo. (640) Grade V-VI. Sound samples can be heard on the Brixton Publications website at Recorded on the CD McDuo Works for Flute and Percussion by the McCormick Duo (Kim McCormick, flute and Robert McCormick, percussion) - Available from Brixton Publications at
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