Right Hand Swing, Left Hand March

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Owen Clark


General Info

Year: 1965
Duration: c. 3:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Clark
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Drumset



Program Notes

premiere: 1966, Winnipeg, PAS day

Review

The premise of this piece is clearly stated in the title--a right hand swing ride cymbal pattern is juxtaposed against a "straight" 8th-note march pattern in the left hand. Conceptually this would not seem too difficult, but the actual execution of this idea takes some practice. Musically, the piece is based upon a simple march motive (not unlike an old-fashioned street beat or roll-off), but the real interest lies in achieving the proper balance, accents, and feel from each limb. This two-minute piece provides an excellent independence exercise. - Terry O'Mahoney[1]


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Quasi Bossa NovaPercussion Quintet
Right Hand Swing, Left Hand MarchDrum Set
The CatMultiple Percussion; with Tape; Dancer
Theme and Variations for John Henderson Jr. High School – Percussion Sextet



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References

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