A Music

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Greg A Steinke


General Info

Year: 1966
Duration: c. 10:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Seesaw
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00

Movements

Instrumentation

Player I: Timpani(4), temple blocks, triangles(2), tom-toms(6), suspended cymbals(9)
Player II: Vibraphone, Turkish bells

oboe
double bass



Program Notes

dedication: to the composer's father; premiere: Spring 1967, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Greg A. Steinke(oboe), Eldon Obrecht(string bass), William Parsons & Steve Tillapaugh(percussion), Jerry Kracht(conductor)

Review

This difficult two movement composition requires the services of two advanced percussionists. In addition to several standard instruments, the score requires 11 turkish cymbals (substitution possibilities are listed), two antique cymbales and nine suspended cymbals. Three of the suspended cymbals are to be placed upside down on timpani heads, then struck with a variety of mallets. - Reviewed By: Larry Vanlandingham[1]

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

A MusicPercussion Duo; Oboe; Double Bass
Diversions and InteractionsPercussion Trio
Memories of Chief Joseph (Image Music XIa)Marimba; Violin
Music for Percussion Ensemble and ConductorPercussion Sextet
Music for ThreeMultiple Percussion; Oboe; Guitar
Rudimentalisis – Multiple Percussion
Tableaux in Memory of Chief Joseph (Image Music XI) – Multiple Percussion; Trumpet



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References

  1. http://www.pas.org/resources/research/research-compositions