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Solo Music for Timpani

Take a ride down to Brazil with this fun timpani solo that centers around the rhythms and patterns of Samba Batucada!
Colossus features a timpani soloist with accompaniment from seven percussionists. The timpanist is featured both in a melodic role as well as in a...
Doppelgänger is a solo for timpani that also utilizes a multipercussion setup of concert toms, woodblock, sizzle cymbal, and wind gong. It is an...
Based on themes from Mahler's 7th Symphony, Farfenmarch is an enjoyable solo for four timpani. Various sections contrast from march style to...
Just a Matter of Time
An appealing timpani solo that highlights the melodic possibilities of the timpani.
This 7-movement work explores the ancient military music of the Ottoman Empire. The timpanist evokes the ominous sounds of their percussion.
Overture for Timpani
Written for five drums in "overture" form, Overture for Timpani is an exciting recital piece to showcase the technique and musicianship of the...
Pedal to the Kettle
Much of the world's great timpani literature was written decades ago. With an inventive collection of easy to advanced etudes and solos, Kirk J....
Timpani Forces
This 4-mvmt tour de force for solo timpani has the rhythmic virtuosity you would expect along with unique melodic and lyric moments.
Tragedy of a Young Soldier, The
The Tragedy of a Young Soldier is a character/story driven piece about a young, colonial period man who is called to war and dies on the...
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