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Theodore Frazeur


General Info

Year: 1958
Duration: c.
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Kendor
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Player I - V: Mallet Quintet
Bass
Piano


Program Notes

Review

GREEN HILL, for marimba quintet with string bass, was apparently first published in 1958 and revised for this 1977 publication. The piece is a welcome addition to the available literature which focuses on the technical and musical problems of playing a sustained line on the marimba. The composer calls attention to three specific areas needing careful attention, including the sustained legato sound, the contrapuntal texture, and the dynamic independence required of each player. A low A sharp is required for the fifth part; the playing time is just under six minutes, and Kendor has graded the work a 4 1/2. - Gary Olmstead[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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