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Man of Steel (Zimmer)

What Are You Going to Do When You Are Not Saving the World? from the motion picture soundtrack arranged for percussion ensemble
Level: Medium
Duration: 4:20
Personnel: 9-16+
State Lists: Florida
Release Date: 2023
Product ID : TSPCE23-037
Price: $50.00
Item #: TSPCE23-037

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Description

It’s a bird …

It’s a plane …

It’s Man of Steel, an arrangement by Brian Perez based on Hans Zimmer’s majestic soundtrack from the 2013 film of the same name.

Symbolizing an ideal of hope, the piece remains true to Zimmer’s signature style: simple, soaring themes juxtaposed with layer upon layer of tribal drum patterns.

The arrangement offers flexible personnel (9–16 or more players) and instrumentation, making it playable in a wide range of programs. Although the keyboard parts only require two mallets—keeping them accessible to developing players—many of these parts call for fast playing with “two-height” dynamics, making it an ideal crossover piece for programs looking to further expose their marching percussion students to more mallet playing.

More powerful than a locomotive, Man of Steel will transport listeners of all ages up, up, and away!

This arrangement was crafted specially for the Spring High School Percussion Group from Spring, Texas, under the direction of JD Guzman. It ships as a fully bound score with printed parts.

Instrumentation

Crotales (or 2nd glockenspiel)

Glockenspiel

*Chimes 

Xylophone

Vibraphone (+ optional 2nd vibraphone)

Marimba 1 (low A) may share w/ M3

*Marimba 2 (low A w/ optional low F notes) may share w/ M4

Marimba 3 (low A) may share w/ M1

Marimba 4 (5-octave)

Piano

*Synthesizer

4 Timpani

Drums — *concert bass drum, large marching bass drum, marching snare drum (or field drum), medium-large tom, *large tom

*Cymbals & gongs — suspended cymbal, tam-tam

*optional

Description

It’s a bird …

It’s a plane …

It’s Man of Steel, an arrangement by Brian Perez based on Hans Zimmer’s majestic soundtrack from the 2013 film of the same name.

Symbolizing an ideal of hope, the piece remains true to Zimmer’s signature style: simple, soaring themes juxtaposed with layer upon layer of tribal drum patterns.

The arrangement offers flexible personnel (9–16 or more players) and instrumentation, making it playable in a wide range of programs. Although the keyboard parts only require two mallets—keeping them accessible to developing players—many of these parts call for fast playing with “two-height” dynamics, making it an ideal crossover piece for programs looking to further expose their marching percussion students to more mallet playing.

More powerful than a locomotive, Man of Steel will transport listeners of all ages up, up, and away!

This arrangement was crafted specially for the Spring High School Percussion Group from Spring, Texas, under the direction of JD Guzman. It ships as a fully bound score with printed parts.

Instrumentation

Crotales (or 2nd glockenspiel)

Glockenspiel

*Chimes 

Xylophone

Vibraphone (+ optional 2nd vibraphone)

Marimba 1 (low A) may share w/ M3

*Marimba 2 (low A w/ optional low F notes) may share w/ M4

Marimba 3 (low A) may share w/ M1

Marimba 4 (5-octave)

Piano

*Synthesizer

4 Timpani

Drums — *concert bass drum, large marching bass drum, marching snare drum (or field drum), medium-large tom, *large tom

*Cymbals & gongs — suspended cymbal, tam-tam

*optional



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