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Lucid Dreaming

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Genre: Multiple Percussion Solo
# of Players: 1
Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 7:40
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2007

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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    Lucid Dreaming provides a sonic representation of a lucid dream, in which one has both control of their thoughts and ideas while still being in a dream state. Several main rhythmic themes occur throughout the entire work in a variety of ways, sometimes strongly stated, sometimes subtle, and in a variety of tempos and meters. Throughout the lucid dream, the themes act much like characters in a story, At times working together, while at other times conflicting.

    Genre: Multiple Percussion Solo | # of Players: 1
    Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 7:40

    Instrumentation
    Large Concert Bass Drum
    Large Tom
    Medium Tom
    Set of Bongos
    Sabian Evolution Cymbal (substitute a China Cymbal or Large Crash Cymbal)
    Tambourine
    Brake Drum
    Low Jam Block
    Hi Jam Block
    Large Cowbell
    Medium Cowbell
    Opera Gong

    Program Notes
    Lucid dreaming is defined as: the conscious perception of one's state while dreaming, resulting in a much clearer experience and sometimes enabling direct control over the content of the dream, a realistic world that is to some degree in the control of the dreamer. The complete experience from start to finish is called a lucid dream. Essentially, you are dreaming while knowing that you are dreaming.

    Inspired by this concept, the composition Lucid Dreaming provides a sonic representation of a lucid dream, in which one has both control of their thoughts and ideas while still being in a dream state. There are several main rhythmic themes that occur throughout the entire work. These themes occur in a variety of ways, sometimes strongly stated, sometimes subtle, and in a variety of tempos and meters. Throughout the lucid dream, the themes act much like characters in a story. At times they work together, while at other times there is conflict between them. Lucid Dreaming does not depict a specific dream, but instead allows the listener to create their own images, therefore having some control over their own lucid dream.

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    • Lucid Dreaming by Scott Ward

      This is a multi-percussion solo called "Lucid Dreaming" by Scott Ward. It is performed by Garrett Johnson who is a Music Education Major (Instrumental) at the University of Central Oklahoma. This is part of his Junior Recital on April 4th, 2015.
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