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Timeless

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Genre: Solo Marimba with Percussion Ensemble
# of Players: 3 + Solo Marimba/Percussion
Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 15:30
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 1997

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02570
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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    An impressive follow-up to Burritt’s extremely successful Shadow Chasers, Timeless centers more around the beautiful colors that the marimba can produce when combined with other mallet instruments and percussion instruments. Requires a well-rounded percussionist to perform the solo part – virtuosic marimba writing, blazingly fast rudimental tenor drum solo, multiple percussion solo requiring much dexterity.

    Genre: Solo Marimba with Percussion Ensemble | # of Players: 3 + Solo Marimba/Percussion
    Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 15:30

    Instrumentation
    Solo Percussion (5-octave marimba, guiro, 2 woodblocks, cowbell, 6 amglocken, gong, tambourine, 2 log drums, bongos, crotales, tenor drum)

    Percussion 1 (bells, high wood block, bass drum, congas, small gong, splash cymbal)
    Percussion 2 (vibraphone, bongos, splash cymbal, 2 wood blocks, tambourine)
    Percussion 3 (chimes, castanets, splash cymbal, bell tree, marimba, large gong, 2 tom-toms, bass drum)

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    • Marimba with Percussion Trio - Timeless By Michael Burritt

      On 3/10/13, I gave a non-degree master's recital at the University of Oklahoma. On this recital, I programmed the marimba music of Michael Burritt. Assisted by Chris Dorst, Tyler Romine, and Josh Turner. Michael Burritt is currently Professor of Percussion and head of the department at The Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Prior to his appointment at Eastman Mr. Burritt was Professor of Percussion at Northwestern University from 1995-2008 where he developed a program of international distinction. Mr. Burritt received his Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees, as well as the prestigious Performers Certificate from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. His teachers have included John Beck, Gordon Stout, Paul Yancich and Herbert Flower.
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