Aliens with Extraordinary Abilities

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David Skidmore


General Info

Year: 20
Duration: c. 15:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Manuscript
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


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Player III:
Player IV:

Electronics



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Aliens with Extraordinary Abilities is a cycle of works exploring a common idea, that the same piece of music can move at several different speeds at the same time. An electronic audio track- David’s most intensive work with electronic composition to date- expands and reinforces the live percussion in many of these works, and video artist Xuan was commissioned to create accompanying video. Many of the individual pieces take their cryptic names from memorable Third Coast Percussion touring experiences or inside jokes.[1]


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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Agreed - Percussion Quartet
Aliens with Extraordinary Abilities - Percussion Quartet. with Electronics
An Argument or a Question? - Timpani
Break (Skidmore) - Percussion Duo
Common Patterns in Uncommon Time - Percussion Quartet
Donner (Octet) - Percussion Octet
Donner (Quartet) - Percussion Quartet
Don't Eat Your Young - Percussion Quartet, Electronics
Echoes - Percussion Quartet
Extremely Close - Marimba, Piano
Fanfare for a New Audience - Percussion Quartet
In Contact - Percussion Quartet
Jade Circles - Percussion Duo
Leap/A Running Knot - Multiple Percussion
Love Songs: Book One - Percussion Quartet, Piano
Perpetuum Mobile - Percussion Quintet
Requiem - Multiple Percussion
Ritual Music - Percussion Quartet
Sonata for Two Marimbas - Percussion Duo - Marimba Duo
Strobes - Percussion Quartet
Take Anything You Want - Percussion Quartet
Things May Be Changing (But Probably Not) - Percussion Quartet
Torched and Wrecked - Percussion Quartet, Electronics
Triptan - Percussion Trio or Quartet
Trying - Percussion Quartet
Unknown Kind - Percussion Quintet
Whispers - Percussion Nonet
Whispers 2 - Percussion Duo



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