Moonrise

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Blake Tyson


General Info

Year: 20
Duration: c.
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Tyson
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


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Instrumentation

Player I: Crotales
Player II: Glockenspiel
Player III: Vibraphone
Player IV: Vibraphone
Player V: Marimba
Player VI: Marimba
Player VII: Marimba


Program Notes

Moonrise by Blake Tyson is percussion ensemble piece written for 7 players. This piece is about the moments when everything changes, when something we've seen as ordinary suddenly becomes inspirational, when something we've thought was average suddenly becomes amazing, when we can see, and hear, what we have always missed before. Moonrise is dedicated to the memory of my grandparents, Carl and Gertrude Thomas.

The piece is in two movements, performed without a pause. The first is entitled The Moon Holds My Heart, and the second, which is in many ways a reflection of the first, is called The First Time I Saw the Moon.


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Works for Percussion by this Composer

A Ceiling Full of StarsPercussion Ensemble (8 players)
A cricket sang and set the sunMarimba
Anubis – Marimba
Cloud Forest – Marimba with Percussion Quartet
Firefish – Marimba
Inside the Shining Stonemultiple Percussion
Lost Mountain Sunrise – Marimba
Moonrise – Percussion Ensemble (7 players)
Not far from here – Marimba
Ursa Conculium - Multiple Percussion; Trombone
Vagabond of Lightpercussion trio
Vertical River – duet for Marimba and vibraphone
The Wind That Turns the World – Marimba with Percussion Quartet



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