Trinomio

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Fidel Zaldumbide


General Info

Year: 2016
Duration: c. 8:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: XY Publications
Cost: Score and Parts - $19.99   |   Score Only - $0.00


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Player I:
Player II:
Player III:
Player IV:
Player V:
Player VI:
Player VII:
Player VIII:
Player IX:
Player X:


Program Notes

Trinomio by Fidel Zaldumbide is a work composed for symphonic percussion ensemble in which three different scenarios with customs and traditions are sought, taking the viewer on a journey through the colors of Ecuador. The valley: It is based on Afro Ecuadorian music, both in the coastal area and in the mountains, in which both themes converge as a mestizaje to give way through a marimba cadence to "Lo Sacro" alone. The Sacred: Based on the religious processions, it seeks to capture the song and Funeral march through the long pilgrimage of the faithful. Los Andes: Composed in 5/4 and 4/4, it begins with small typical sounds in the first part of an Andean ascension, followed by the forceful force of the mountain giving way to the unequaled splendor of the Ecuadorian Andes whose theme is climax end of the work gives way to a small Coda that says goodbye and closes this trip to Ecuador and its colors.

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Cherry Variations - Multiple Percussion
Cinco por Cuatro Doce - Percussion Quartet, Mallet Quartet
Copo de Nieve - Percussion Duo, Marimba Duo
Del Alma - Percussion Duo, Marimba/Vibes
Dony's Dog - Vibraphone
Percufour - Multiple Percussion
Trinomio - Percussion Ensemble (10) Players
Uzzel - Percussion Quartet
Zufrieden - Vibraphone



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