Structure Set

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Alex Orfaly


General Info

Year: 2009
Duration: c. 8:34
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: C. Alan
Cost: Score and Parts - $42.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

Instrumentation

Player 1 (4 Bongos, Splash Cymbal, 2 Suspended Cymbals, 4 Triangles, 2 Pipes)
Player 2 (Tambourine, 5 Temple Blocks, 2 Brake Drums, 3 Medium High Gongs, Large Mounted Ratchet)
Player 3 (5 Toms, Bass Drum, Wood Block, Cowbell, Hi-Hat)
Player 4 (Log Drum, 3 Suspended Cymbals, China Cymbal, Claves, 5 Wood Blocks)
Player 5 (Snare Drum, Field Drum, 4 Roto-Toms (only small sizes if possible), Medium Tam-Tam, Mounted Tambourine, Wind Chimes)
Timpani (4) (plus 1 extra timpano with a cymbal placed on top)



Program Notes

Structure Set was originally written in the Spring of 1997 for the Preparatory percussion ensemble at the Cleveland Institute of Music. The version here has been re-written but contains much of the original material.

Most of the musical ideas are derived from the rhythmic cell of the first bar of music. Careful attention should be taken to always find a good balance between ostinato and thematic ideas. In general, the ostanati should not be played to heavily.[1]

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

A Christmas Overture - 12 - 16 Players
The Big Bob Special - Xylophone, Mallet Quartet
Big Bob's Return - Xylophone Duet, Mallet Quartet
Copper Wire - Timpani, Electronics
Divertissement - Timpani, Percussion Quartet
Fanfares No. 1 and No. 2 for Timpani - Timpani
Five Intermediate Pieces for Timpani - Timpani
Improvvisato Contrasto - Timpani
Mean Man's March - Xylophone, Mallet Quintet
Prelude 1.5 for Timpani - Timpani
Rhapsody No. 1 for Timpani - Timpani, Percussion Trio
Rhapsody No. 2 for Timpani - Timpani
Structure Set - Percussion Sextet
Tanc Szervusz - Xylophone Duet, Mallet Quintet



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