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Blade
$17.00
Blade is a multipercussion solo that requires coordinated independence relentlessly! Written for an abbreviated drumset (played while standing) and...
Chatterbox
$16.00
This sneaky cool solo for hand drums utilizes a cajon along with a set of bongos and congas to create sophisticated grooves and textures.
Constructive Interference
$16.00
Two waves will become one stronger wave if they meet at the right point. There are many right points in this exciting solo for multipercussion.
Doppelganger
$15.00
Doppelgänger is a solo for timpani that also utilizes a multipercussion setup of concert toms, woodblock, sizzle cymbal, and wind gong. It is an...
Echo Song
$17.00
The simultaneous performance unrelated meters, ostinati, and melodic material drives this solo for multipercussionist and optional, echoing assistant.
From the Manor to the Heights
$15.00
Composed for one player and utilizing snare drum and bass drum, this is like an old-school rudimental duet, but not.
Integrated Elements No. 2 - "Not a Haiku"
$20.00
Using sounds created by instruments, digital audio, and sounds made by the human voice, "Integrated Elements No. 2" bears a resemblance to the...
Psalm 104
$15.00
Using a configuration of only drums and cymbals, this multi-percussion solo by Indiana-based composer Brian Blume expresses both reverence and...
Stompin' in Seven
$16.00
Inspired by New Orleans drummer Herlin Riley, this improvisational solo utilizes a snare drum, kick drum with double pedal, and hi-hat.
Till the Cows Come Home
$16.00
In Rick Dior's solo for timbales, cowbells, and foot percussion, you will play extremely cool rhythms literally until the cows come home!
Two Days
$14.00
Utilizing a variety of colorful timbres, and a frequent use of soloistic independence, "Two Days" allows the multi-percussion soloist to make a...
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