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Fanfare Triumvirate (Download)

for percussion ensemble and piano
Level: Med-Advanced
Duration: 3:55
Personnel: 15 players
State Lists: Florida
Release Date: 2023
Product ID : TSPCE23-033DL
Price: $48.00
Item #: TSPCE23-033DL

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Description

Jeff Ausdemore’s Fanfare Triumvirate is a grand work for percussion orchestra, exploding out of the gate with vibrant colors and an intricate, rhythmically driven theme in 7/8 time. The through-composed, asymmetrical nature of the piece takes the listener on a journey across diverse landscapes, propelled forward by numerous meter changes that create a sense of “falling forward.”

Scored for fourteen percussionists and one pianist, the piece demands full engagement from all performers, keeping them on their musical toes throughout. The steady high energy and relatively tight performance duration make it a great contender for either a concert opener or closer.

Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.

Instrumentation

Crotales (both octaves)

Glockenspiel

2 Vibraphones

Chimes

Xylophone

4 Marimbas — (2) 4-octave, (2) low A*

Piano

5 Timpani

Drums — bongos, 2 concert bass drums, 5 concert toms, doumbek (or small djembe), kick drum (mounted), snare drum, taiko drum (or mounted kick drum)

Cymbals and gongs — China cymbal, dry ride cymbal, hand cymbals, hi-hat, sizzle cymbal, 3 suspended cymbals, tam-tam

Accessories — bell plate, finger cymbals, log drums (4 pitches), mark tree, ribbon crasher, shaker, 2 triangles, 3 woodblocks (high, medium, low)

*An alternate 5-octave part is included (not shown in score) to replace one low A part, if a 5-octave marimba is available.

Description

Jeff Ausdemore’s Fanfare Triumvirate is a grand work for percussion orchestra, exploding out of the gate with vibrant colors and an intricate, rhythmically driven theme in 7/8 time. The through-composed, asymmetrical nature of the piece takes the listener on a journey across diverse landscapes, propelled forward by numerous meter changes that create a sense of “falling forward.”

Scored for fourteen percussionists and one pianist, the piece demands full engagement from all performers, keeping them on their musical toes throughout. The steady high energy and relatively tight performance duration make it a great contender for either a concert opener or closer.

Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.

Instrumentation

Crotales (both octaves)

Glockenspiel

2 Vibraphones

Chimes

Xylophone

4 Marimbas — (2) 4-octave, (2) low A*

Piano

5 Timpani

Drums — bongos, 2 concert bass drums, 5 concert toms, doumbek (or small djembe), kick drum (mounted), snare drum, taiko drum (or mounted kick drum)

Cymbals and gongs — China cymbal, dry ride cymbal, hand cymbals, hi-hat, sizzle cymbal, 3 suspended cymbals, tam-tam

Accessories — bell plate, finger cymbals, log drums (4 pitches), mark tree, ribbon crasher, shaker, 2 triangles, 3 woodblocks (high, medium, low)

*An alternate 5-octave part is included (not shown in score) to replace one low A part, if a 5-octave marimba is available.



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