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== General Info ==
 
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'''Cost''': Score and Parts - $0.00  &nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; Score Only - $0.00<br /-->
 
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The piece does not include the complete solo percussion part and has, in some aspects, been rewritten to work as a solo. The name Arena derives from the fact that during a performance of the concerto version, the soloist walks between percussion set-ups located at various positions on stage.
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In the concerto version, three set-ups are used: at the back centre of the stage is the large multi-percussion set-up (this is the one used in the solo version, which includes 26 pitchless instruments); in the front to the right of the conductor is a small set-up consisting of belltree, dubaci, waterphone etc.; and to the left of the conductor is a five octave marimba. Arena – Percussion Concerto No.1 begins and ends its 27-minute journey at the set-up at the back of the stage. The duration of the solo version is approx. 10-11 minutes.
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Arena - Solo Version was premiered by Johan Bridger at Kulturhuset in Stockholm on 18 November, 2004.<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VED9t0VHXKY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1fe0yK_AID9MY0sJ9YBb9Woo-XMYdxXvSRbMcNoFZ8-e8C7SR2466vnhs</ref>
  
  
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===Online Recordings===
 
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== Works for Percussion by this Composer ==
 
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Revision as of 00:28, 11 October 2019

Tobias Broström


General Info

Year: 2004
Duration: c. 11:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Broström
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Multiple Percussion



Program Notes

The piece does not include the complete solo percussion part and has, in some aspects, been rewritten to work as a solo. The name Arena derives from the fact that during a performance of the concerto version, the soloist walks between percussion set-ups located at various positions on stage.

In the concerto version, three set-ups are used: at the back centre of the stage is the large multi-percussion set-up (this is the one used in the solo version, which includes 26 pitchless instruments); in the front to the right of the conductor is a small set-up consisting of belltree, dubaci, waterphone etc.; and to the left of the conductor is a five octave marimba. Arena – Percussion Concerto No.1 begins and ends its 27-minute journey at the set-up at the back of the stage. The duration of the solo version is approx. 10-11 minutes.

Arena - Solo Version was premiered by Johan Bridger at Kulturhuset in Stockholm on 18 November, 2004.[1]


Review

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

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