Variations and Interludes

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Ursula Mamlok


General Info

Year: 1971
Duration: c. 6:30
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: PetersCF
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Player I: Timpano 23"), tom-tom, snare drum, bongos(2 pr.), temple blocks(5), wood blocks(3), crotale, triangle, suspended cymbals(2), cow bells(4), xylophone
Player II: Timpano(25"), tom-tom, snare drum, bongos(2 pr.), wood blocks(3), triangle, suspended cymbal, cow bells(4), orchestra bells
Player III: Timpano(28"), tom-tom, bongos(2 pr.), wood blocks(3), triangle, suspended cymbal, cow bells(4), vibraphone
Player IV: Timpano(32""), tom-tom, snare drum, bongos(2 pr.), temple blocks(5), wood blocks(3), triangle, suspended cymbal, cowbell


Program Notes

commission/dedication/premiere: Paul Price, Manhattan Percussion Ensemble, 2 April 1971

Review

VARIATIONS AND INTERLUDES calls for 4 players, each of whom must play from a copy of the score. Many pitched and non-pitched instruments are required but they are generally of the more standard type of instruments. The score is clearly printed and specific rhythmic notation is used throughout the 4 interludes and 5 variations. The technique required is is not particularly advanced; however, the notation is of a complexity that would necessitate advanced training and skill for a complete performance.

Reviewed By: F. Michael Combs

Review Originally Published: April 1980

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Concert Piece for 4Multiple Percussion Solo, with Chamber Ensemble
Variations and InterludesPercussion Quartet



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