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Theodore Frazeur


General Info

Year: 1978
Duration: c. 9:50
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Permus
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

multi-percussion: vibraphone, marimba, antique cymbals, log drums, temple blocks, suspended cymbals, triangle
Clarinet



Program Notes

Review

Four Sea Fragments is for multiple percussion, including 2 log drums, 5 temple blocks, 2 cymbals, vibes, marimba, 3 antique cymbals, and clarinet. Frazeur, a well-known percussionist, knows how to write effectively for percussion. The piece is musically conceived with some lovely melodic and coloristic writing for keyboard instruments and clarinet. Four Sea Fragments should be an exciting recital piece for an intermediate to moderately advanced college player. The music is generally quite legible, although instructions clutter the page in places and I find it confusing that the clarinet and percussion exchange lines on the score for the 3rd movement.[1]


Errata

Awards

Commercial Discography

Online Recordings

Recent Performances

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Bosso Pequeno - Percussion Septet
Concerto for Bassoon and Percussion Ensemble - Percussion Sextet, Bassoon
Four Sea Fragments - Multiple Percussion, Clarinet
Frieze (Frazeur) - Multiple Percussion, Saxophone, Violin, Clarinet, or Euphonium
Green Hill - Percussion Quintet, Contrabass
Marumba for Marimba - Marimba, Piano
Mood Piece - Multiple Percussion
Rondo for Marimba and Piano - Marimba, Piano
Sonata for Solo Viola and Percussion Trio - Percussion Trio, Viola
Symphony: Four Precipitations - Percussion Ensemble
The Quiet Place - Marimba, Piano
Uhuru - Percussion Sextet



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