Spivack, Larry

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Larry Spivack


Born: January 08, 1954

Country: Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.

Studies: Brooklyn College, Juilliard Music School

Teachers: Morris Lang, Saul Goodman, Elden "Buster" Bailey

Larry Spivack is a percussionist, composer and arranger living in New York City. Born in Brooklyn in 1954, he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Brooklyn College, where his principal teacher was Morris "Arnie" Lang. During this time he took lessons from vibraphonist David Friedman. Mr. Spivack continued his studies at the Juilliard School, earning a Master of Music Degree. There his principal teachers were Saul Goodman and Elden "Buster" Bailey.

Works for Percussion

CowboysPercussion Quartet; Actor
Duet for Vibraphone and PianoVibraphone; Piano
Fip Fop FuppePercussion Octet
Four Pieces for solo vibraphone – Vibraphone]]
Morning at the Jolly HouseMarimba; Oboe
Puppy and I – Vibraphone; Voice
Rap On Percussion – Percussion Quartet
Scherzo for Percussion Septet and Forty InstrumentsPercussion Septet; Piano
Siciliano for Solo Vibraharp – Vibraphone
Sonata for String Quartet and Vibraphone – Vibraphone; String Quartet
Three Duets for Marimba and VibraphonePercussion Duo; Marimba; Vibraphone