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Techno-Pop

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Genre: Percussion Ensemble
# of Players: 7
Level: Medium | Duration: 3:20
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2007

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    Inspired by techno music, a type of electronic dance music developed in the 80s, Techno-Pop explores the sounds of the era. This is a very rhythmic composition that uses a variety of syncopated 16th note patterns throughout. A percussion break section leads into a very strong ending.

    Genre: Percussion Ensemble | # of Players: 7
    Level: Medium | Duration: 3:20

    Instrumentation
    Bells & Xylophone
    Vibraphone (3-octave)
    Marimba 1 (4-octave)
    Marimba 2 (4.3-octave)
    Percussion 1 (4 Concert Toms)
    Percussion 2 (Vibraslap, Suspended Cymbal, Wind Chimes, Cowbell, Tambourine)
    Drum Set

    *The two marimba parts may be played on the same 4.3-octave instrument.

    The EDGE Series is a collection of percussion ensembles featuring many popular musical styles – from funk to calypso to techno. It was developed to excite a wider range of ensembles, directors, and audiences while retaining the level of integrity you have grown to expect from C. Alan Publications.

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    • Techno-Pop (percussion ensemble) by Nathan Daughtrey

      Performed by the Seminole High School Percussion Ensemble Published by C. Alan Publications (www.C-AlanPublications.com) Inspired by techno music, a type of electronic dance music developed in the 80s, "Techno-Pop" explores the sounds of the era. This is a very rhythmic composition that uses a variety of syncopated 16th note patterns throughout. A percussion break section leads into a very strong ending. Instrumentation: Bells & Xylophone Vibraphone (3-octave) Marimba 1 (4-octave) Marimba 2 (4.3-octave) Percussion 1 (4 Concert Toms) Percussion 2 (Vibraslap, Suspended Cymbal, Wind Chimes, Cowbell, Tambourine) Drum Set *The two marimba parts may be played on the same 4.3-octave instrument.
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