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[[Theodore Frazeur]]
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== General Info ==
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'''Year''': 1978<br /-->
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'''Duration''':  c. 3:30<br /-->
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'''Difficulty''':  (see [[Ratings]] for explanation)<br /-->
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'''Publisher''': [[MFP]]<br /-->
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'''Cost''': Score and Parts - $0.00  &nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; Score Only - $0.00<br /-->
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==Movements==
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== Instrumentation ==
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Player I: [[Celesta]], [[claves]], [[chimes]], [[crotales]] (3), [[orchestra bells]], [[triangle]], [[susp. cymbal]], [[bell tree]], [[tam tam]] <br>
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Player II: [[Marimba]] <br>
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Player III: Marimba <br>
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Player IV: [[Vibraphone]] <br>
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Player V: Marimba (low A)<br>
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Player VI: [[Timpani]] (5)<br>
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Player VII: [[Drum set]]<br>
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=== Review ===
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This work, for percussion ensemble, would be difficult but worth the effort for a high school level ensemble, and would make a fine style-piece of medium difficulty for the college percussion ensemble. The instrumentation is for four bar percussion performers, one player on accessories, a timpanist, and a performer on drum set. A bassist can be substituted for the timpanist if the school does not own timpani that will reach a low C#. The mallet parts are for only two mallets, but include some tricky octave work and tight ensemble between the performers. The parts and score are easy to read; the instructions are precise. - Linda Pimentel<ref>https://www.pas.org/resources/research/research-compositions</ref>
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Latest revision as of 10:55, 5 November 2019

Theodore Frazeur


General Info

Year: 1978
Duration: c. 3:30
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: MFP
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Player I: Celesta, claves, chimes, crotales (3), orchestra bells, triangle, susp. cymbal, bell tree, tam tam
Player II: Marimba
Player III: Marimba
Player IV: Vibraphone
Player V: Marimba (low A)
Player VI: Timpani (5)
Player VII: Drum set


Program Notes

Review

This work, for percussion ensemble, would be difficult but worth the effort for a high school level ensemble, and would make a fine style-piece of medium difficulty for the college percussion ensemble. The instrumentation is for four bar percussion performers, one player on accessories, a timpanist, and a performer on drum set. A bassist can be substituted for the timpanist if the school does not own timpani that will reach a low C#. The mallet parts are for only two mallets, but include some tricky octave work and tight ensemble between the performers. The parts and score are easy to read; the instructions are precise. - Linda Pimentel[1]

Errata

Awards

Commercial Discography

Online Recordings

Recent Performances

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Bosso Pequeno - Percussion Septet
Concerto for Bassoon and Percussion Ensemble - Percussion Sextet, Bassoon
Four Sea Fragments - Multiple Percussion, Clarinet
Frieze (Frazeur) - Multiple Percussion, Saxophone, Violin, Clarinet, or Euphonium
Green Hill - Percussion Quintet, Contrabass
Marumba for Marimba - Marimba, Piano
Mood Piece - Multiple Percussion
Rondo for Marimba and Piano - Marimba, Piano
Sonata for Solo Viola and Percussion Trio - Percussion Trio, Viola
Symphony: Four Precipitations - Percussion Ensemble
The Quiet Place - Marimba, Piano
Uhuru - Percussion Sextet



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