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Concerto for Piano and Percussion Orchestra - David Gillingham [DIGITAL]

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Genre: Solo Piano with Percussion Ensemble
# of Players: 9 + Solo Piano
Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 17:00
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2003

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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    Written with the virtuoso in mind, this piano concerto is perfect for the modern ensemble. The first movement exudes an urgency scored in the rhythms and harmonies throughout, while the second movement, Elegy, reflects on the memory of a friend. The final movement barrels along with spirit and drive, utilizing mixed meter and a full compliment of percussion to bring you to the breathtaking conclusion.

    Genre: Solo Piano with Percussion Ensemble | # of Players: 9 + Solo Piano
    Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 17:00

    Instrumentation
    Solo Piano
    Timpani (5 drums)
    Percussion 1 (crotales, bells, xylophone)
    Percussion 2 (3-octave vibraphone)
    Percussion 3 (4-octave marimba)
    Percussion 4 (4-octave marimba)
    Percussion 5 (4-octave marimba)
    Percussion 6 (5-octave marimba)
    Percussion 7 (suspended cymbal, crash cymbals, chimes, triangle, tuned gong (A), tambourine, large bass drum)
    Percussion 8 (hi-hat, 3 tom-toms, small bass drum, snare drum, field drum, suspended cymbal)

    Program Notes
    Commissioned by: Central Michigan University: Andrew Spencer; Kutztown University: Frank Kumor, Will Rapp; Lancaster High School Percussion Ensemble: Bruce Gerken, Lancaster, OH; University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Cort McClaren

    Written with the virtuoso in mind, this piano concerto is perfect for the modern ensemble. The first movement exudes an urgency scored in the rhythms and harmonies throughout, while the second movement, Elegy, reflects on the memory of a friend. The final movement barrels along with spirit and drive, utilizing mixed meter and a full compliment of percussion to bring you to the breathtaking conclusion.

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    • Concerto for Piano & Percussion Orchestra by David R. Gillingham

      Performed by the Eastern Washington University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Michael Waldrop, with piano soloist Ivana Cojbasic Published by C. Alan Publications (www.c-alanpublications.com) Written with the virtuoso in mind, this piano concerto is perfect for the modern ensemble. The first movement exudes an urgency scored in the rhythms and harmonies throughout, while the second movement, Elegy, reflects on the memory of a friend. The final movement barrels along with spirit and drive, utilizing mixed meter and a full compliment of percussion to bring you to the breathtaking conclusion. Instrumentation: Solo Piano Timpani (5 drums) Percussion 1 (crotales, bells, xylophone) Percussion 2 (3-octave vibraphone) Percussion 3 (4-octave marimba) Percussion 4 (4-octave marimba) Percussion 5 (4-octave marimba) Percussion 6 (5-octave marimba) Percussion 7 (suspended cymbal, crash cymbals, chimes, triangle, tuned gong (A), tambourine, large bass drum) Percussion 8 (hi-hat, 3 tom-toms, small bass drum, snare drum, field drum, suspended cymbal)
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