Music for Three

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Greg A Steinke


General Info

Year: 1972
Duration: c. 10:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Seesaw
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00

Movements

Instrumentation

Multiple Percussion: log drums, glass wind chimes, wood wind chimes, Swiss summer cow bells(5), Swiss winter cow bells(5), vibraphone, orchestra bells, suspended cymbals(2), triangles(2), tom-toms(2), snare drum, bongos, claves, tambourine, temple blocks

oboe
guitar

Program Notes

commission: Richard Bales; dedication: to Ron Barnett; premiere: 14 May 1972, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., James Scott(guitar), Ron Barnett(percussion), composer on oboe


Review

Oboe, Guitar and Percussion are equal partners in this difficult ensemble. Free rhythm sections and metric passages are employed. There is an improvisatory cadenza for percussion and a section calling for "quasi Jazz improvisations" from all three players (The improvisations are to be within an established framework). The percussion instruments are commonly available except two sets of five cowbells, glass and wood wind chimes and six log or slit drums. The composition would be appropriate for a graduate or faculty recital. - Reviewed By: Larry Vanlandingham [1]


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Works for Percussion by this Composer

A MusicPercussion Duo; Oboe; Double Bass
Diversions and InteractionsPercussion Trio
Memories of Chief Joseph (Image Music XIa)Marimba; Violin
Music for Percussion Ensemble and ConductorPercussion Sextet
Music for ThreeMultiple Percussion; Oboe; Guitar
Rudimentalisis – Multiple Percussion
Tableaux in Memory of Chief Joseph (Image Music XI) – Multiple Percussion; Trumpet



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  1. http://www.pas.org/resources/research/research-compositions