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Gordon Stout

General Info

Year: 1969
Duration: c. 7:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Studio 4
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00




Program Notes

premiere: 1969, Ann Arbor, Michigan, by the composer


This smooth, flowing composition for four mallets is equally appropriate for recital hall performance or within the church setting. It is contemporary in sound, yet is tonally oriented, with smooth although sometimes unusual resolving of dissonance. This writer finds the work to be sight-readable. Yet the techniques needed to perform it are of a moderately advanced level: 1) a constant flow from two to four mallets, 2) a fair degree of mallet independence, 3) competency in rapid reading of accidentals, 4) mature understanding of how to control dynamic, tempo, and phrasing concepts. Mature high school students and college majors will find it a pleasant addition to their reportoires. The printing is clear and well-spaced. The unusual instructions and notations are precisely explained. - Linda Pimentel 1979[1]

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Andante and AllegroSolo Percussion; Piano; Marimba
Astral Dance – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Desperate Attitudes – [Percussion (11)]]
Diptych No. 1 – Solo Percussion; Multiple Percussion
Diptych No. 2 – Solo Percussion; Percussion Ensemble
Diptych No. 2Percussion Sextet
Diptych No. 3Percussion Duet; Marimba
Diptych No. 4 – Percussion Duet; Marimba
Duo (Dance Song) – Solo Percussion; Marimba; Saxophone
Duo (Dance Song) – Solo Percussion; Marimba; Trumpet
Duo (Dance Song) – Solo Percussion; Marimba; Bassoon
Duo Concertante – Percussion Duet; Wind Ensemble
Eisenhower's RondoPercussion Quartet; Flute; Viola
Elegy – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Etudes for Marimba, Book III – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Five Etudes for Marimba, Book 1 – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Five Etudes for Marimba, Book 2 – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Four Episodes – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Incoming – Percussion Duet; Marimba
Laruci in the Sky – Percussion Duet; Marimba
Nocturnes, op.36 – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Ode for Marimba – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Reverie – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Rivers of Wood – Solo Percussion; Marimba; Piano
Rumble Strips – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Sedimental Structures – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Three Movements for Marimba and Wind Ensemble – Solo Percussion; Marimba; Wind Ensemble
Triptych – Percussion Duet; Marimba
Two Mexican Dances – Solo Percussion; Marimba
Wood That Sings – Solo Percussion; Marimba

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