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Where's Flores? (Download)

Innovative World Rhythm Drumline Jam
Level: Advanced
Duration: 2:05
Release Date: 2008
Product ID : TSPME-017DL
Price: $20.00
Item #: TSPME-017DL

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All percussion sounds used in this recording were generated from Virtual Drumline software also by Tapspace.


Description

Where's Flores? is the latest drumline concoction from the innovative mind of Murray Gusseck. Inspired by various West African and Afro-Cuban styles, the piece is up, down, and all-around outside the box. It's scored for a full battery, including cymbals, as well as a solo tenor 'quinto' player. The multiple layers of time create a very demanding but groovy people mover. The title points to funky bay area drummer, teacher, and recording artist David Flores. The answer to the title's question is right here!
Watch for performances of Where's Flores this summer

This piece is available as a Single User part (one part, no score, licensed to one user), or an Ensemble Set (score, parts, licensed for one ensemble to perform). Both versions also include an informational Read Me file, and an audio recording of the piece. For more details on legal usage of downloadable sheet music from Tapspace, click here.

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

Instrumentation

  • Marching snare drums
  • Marching tenors
  • Marching bass drums (5)
  • Cymbals

Description

Where's Flores? is the latest drumline concoction from the innovative mind of Murray Gusseck. Inspired by various West African and Afro-Cuban styles, the piece is up, down, and all-around outside the box. It's scored for a full battery, including cymbals, as well as a solo tenor 'quinto' player. The multiple layers of time create a very demanding but groovy people mover. The title points to funky bay area drummer, teacher, and recording artist David Flores. The answer to the title's question is right here!
Watch for performances of Where's Flores this summer

This piece is available as a Single User part (one part, no score, licensed to one user), or an Ensemble Set (score, parts, licensed for one ensemble to perform). Both versions also include an informational Read Me file, and an audio recording of the piece. For more details on legal usage of downloadable sheet music from Tapspace, click here.

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

Instrumentation

  • Marching snare drums
  • Marching tenors
  • Marching bass drums (5)
  • Cymbals


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