ETUDE IN D MINOR

Posted By : Jeff Moore
Piece Title : Etude in D Minor
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Level : Sophomore
Composer / Arranger : Gomez, Alice
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Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion
Instrument / Discipline : Marimba
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Publisher :Southern Music Company
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Posted By : Jeff Moore    Date Posted: 28 January 2009 10:31:00 AM
Medium difficult three mallet solo. From composer: "It is written in Afro-Hispanic style and is of medium difficulty. The etude is written for three mallets to offer the two mallet player a bridge to four mallets. There is a showy col legno section in which the performer plays with the mallet shafts against the edge of the marimba bars creating an African-type sound." Hands alternately accompany each other. 3:2 polyrhythm used throughout.
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