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Following a rehearsal, when other students are heading out for a rest or refreshment, the percussionists remain behind, packing up and shifting everything back into storage.
With many of the parts though, I only described the sound I wanted and allowed the percussionist to be creative in finding the best instrument to make the sound I described.
Specifically targeting children aged four to 14, the hour-long family concert features the percussionist duo leading a cast of musicians for what they dub a "global musical adventure".
The duo were also watched by The Duchess of Gloucester, worldrenowned percussionist Evelyn Glennie and Sir Paul McCartney.
The timpani solo is challenging for a junior high percussionist and would be an excellent opportunity to showcase one of your top students.
dollars) this is an excellent tool for the working percussionist.
Her delivery swung from in-your-face brashness to dreamy wonderment, stepping back from the score sometimes to stand amidst the percussionists, later swaggering around with hands in pockets, and all the time captivating the audience with wonderfully expressive eyes.
Type of participants: Pianists, percussionists, vocalists, and brass, string and woodwind instrumentalists.
DRUMMING UP A STORM: Percussionist Evelyn Glennie,in thunderous action at the Phil; Picture: TRACEY O'NEILL
The Knights had found themselves with a chronic shortage of percussionists ahead of the competition season but our coverage helped to bring in a flood of young hopefuls ready to audition.
Professor Charles Dowd, director of percussion studies at the music school, will conduct the Charles Dowd Percussion Ensemble, a group of professional percussionists currently performing with the Oregon Bach Festival, Eugene Symphony, Eugene Opera Orchestra, Oregon Mozart Players and the Oregon Percussion Ensemble.
Relegated, since their entry into the orchestra in the late eighteenth century, to emphasizing exotic colors and rhythms, percussionists and timpanists rarely functioned as established soloists.