WHERE NOW RUSTS THE IRON? FOR VOICE, FLUTE, CELLO & SIX PERCUSSION

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Piece Title : WHERE NOW RUSTS THE IRON? for voice, flute, cello & six percussion
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Composer / Arranger : Buss, Howard (1951-)
Composer / Arranger Details: Unknown
Total Number of Percussionists Required :6 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion / Untuned Percussion / Percussion Ensemble / Mixed Chamber Ensemble
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Instrumentation : Anvil (x2) / Bell Tree / Cello / Finger Cymbals / Flute / Large Size Tam Tam / Marimba (Size Unknown) / Orchestra Bells / Soprano Voice / Suspended Cymbal (x4) / Timpani (Set of) / Tubular Bells / Tuned Wind Chimes / Vibraphone / Xylophone
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Written for / Commissioned by : Dedicated to the composers` grandfather, Howard J. Buss, Sr.
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Publisher :Brixton Publications
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :1994 / 
Duration :8Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :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 :WHERE NOW RUSTS THE IRON? (1994) Version for high voice, flute, cello and 6 percussion by Howard J. Buss is a dramatic tribute to the composers grandfather who, like many ironworkers in his day, worked under brutal conditions with the dream of making life better for future generations. A moving work touching our communal soul. (8) Grade IV-V. Percussion distribution: Perc. 1: Timpani (4), orchestra bells, tubular bells (shared with perc. 2) & finger cymbals; Perc. 2: two anvils (metal pipes may be substituted) & tubular bells (shared with perc. 1: Perc.3: Xylophone & suspended cymbal; Perc. 4: Vibraphone & suspended cymbal; Perc. 5: marimba; Perc. 6: two suspended cymbals, tam-tam, wind chimes & bell tree.
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