A Sense of Place
1. The Mask
2. Shaka´s Victory Dance
A Sense of Place by Peter Klatzow brings together marimba and cello in a dark, brooding duet. Written to highlight the marimba's African roots against the classical sound of a cello, this piece was inspired by two artworks by Cecil Knotes.
The composition is written in a style that emphasizes what each instrument does best - the marimba plays flurries of notes across its range while maintaining rhythmical pulse, and the cello sings its lyrical lines overtop this wooden base.
Klatzow blends traditional tonality with a comfortable amount of 'other' colors that will appeal to casual and academic audiences alike.
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Works for Percussion by this Composer
A Sense of Place - Marimba, Cello
Ambient Resonances (Echoes of Time and Place) - Percussion Duo
Concerto for Marimba (Klatzow) - Marimba, Orchestra
Dances of Earth and Fire - Marimba
Double Concerto (Klatzow) - Marimba, Flute, Orchestra
Figures in a Landscape - Marimba, Flute
Inyanga - Marimba
Lightscapes - Marimba; Chamber Ensemble
Night Music, with Illuminations - Marimba, Flute
Return of the Moon - Marimba, Male Vocal Ensemble
Six Concert Etudes for Marimba - Marimba
Sonata for Solo Marimba - Marimba
Variations on THE theme of Paganini, for 2 marimbas - Percussion Duo
Words by Watson - Marimba, Male Vocal Ensemble