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Symphonic Rep For Percussion Accessories

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Voicing/Format Bells/Mallet
Arranger Tim Genis
Publisher Meredith Music Publications
Catalog # 00317196

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

Symphonic Rep For Percussion Accessories Arranged by Tim Genis. For Bells/Mallet. Published by Meredith Music Publications. (Catalog # 00317196, UPC: 884088452414)

Principal Timpanist of the Boston Symphony, head of the Percussion Department at Boston University, Boston University Tanglewood Institute, and section leader for the Tanglewood Music Center, Tim Genis has provided a comprehensive performance analysis of percussion accessory parts for the major symphonic repertoire. His easy-to-understand explanations are based on countless performances under many of the world's finest conductors.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BASS DRUM: SYMPHONY NO3,MOVEMENTS I GUSTAV MAHLER III VI  
BASS DRUM: THE RITE OF SPRING IGOR STRAVINSKY  
CASTANETS: CAPRICCIA ESPAGNOL V. FANDANG N.RIMSKY KORSAKO  
CONCERT TOM TOMS: SYMPHONIC DANCES FROM LEONARD BERNSTEIN  
MARACAS: CUBAN OVERTURE GEORGE GERSHWIN  
ROTO-TOMS: THE ROSE LAKE MICHAEL TIPPETT  
TAMBOURINE: CARMEN SUITES NO1 AND NO2 GEORGE BIZET  
TAMBOURINE: CARNIVAL OVERTURE ANTONIN DVORAK  
TAMBOURINE: PETER GRIMES,STORM SCENE BENJAMIN BRITTEN  
TAMBOURINE: PETROUCHKA IGOR STRAVINSKY  
TAMBOURINE: POLOVETSIAN DANCES ALEXANDER BORODIN  
TAMBOURINE: ROMAN CARNIVAL OVERTURE HECTOR BERLIOZ  
TAMBOURINE: SCHEHERAZADE N.RIMSKY-KORSAKOW  
TAMBOURINE: TAMBOURINE TECHNIQUES  
TRIANGLE: SYMPHONY NO4 MOVEMENT III JOHANNES BRAHMS  
TRIANGLE:CAPRICCIO ESPAGNOL I AND II. AL N.RIMSKY-KORSAKOW  
TRIANGLE:PIANO CONCERTO NO1 FRANZ LISZT  
TRIANGLE:SHEHERAZADE MOVEMENT II III IV N.RIMSKY-KORSAKOW  

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