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Entangled States

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Genre: Solo Percussion with Percussion Ensemble
# of Players: 3 + Solo Percussion
Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 8:05
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2015

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    Entangled States is a concertino for multi-percussion soloist and percussion trio. Using the concepts of quantum entanglement, the materials of music, and various percussion instruments, Entangled States is a study in the nature of interaction. Each percussionist has instruments of a single family (metal, wood, or membrane), while the soloist has a mix of them all, and then some.

    Genre: Solo Percussion with Percussion Ensemble | # of Players: 3 + Solo Percussion
    Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 8:05

    Instrumentation
    Percussion Soloist (Kick Bass Drum, 4 Graduated Metals [e.g. Almglocken], 4 Graduated Drums [e.g. Toms], 4 Graduated Clay Pots, 4 Graduated Woods [e.g. Woodblocks], Splash Cymbal, China Cymbal, 5-octave Marimba)

    Player 1 (4 Graduated Metals [such as Cowbells or Almglocken], Vibraphone)
    Player 2 (4 Graduated Woods [such as Temple Blocks or Woodblocks], 4.5-octave Marimba)
    Player 3 (4 Graduated Drums [such as Concert Toms], 4-5 Timpani)

    Program Notes
    Entangled States is a concertino for multi-percussion soloist and small ensemble. It was commissioned by Lonny Benoit at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, LA, and received its premiere in the Fall of 2014.

    Using the concepts of quantum entanglement, the materials of music, and various percussion instruments, Entangled States is a study in the nature of interaction. Each percussionist has instruments of a single family (metal, wood, or membrane), while the soloist has a mix of them all, and then some.

    During the course of the work, the soloist and players pass through different states of entanglement, progressing from completely pure states to maximum uniformity. The piece is based on a few simple motifs that expand and are altered during the course of the work.

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