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Gottry-Pecking Order(2S)-2SD

Model: 449

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$8.00

Pecking Order is an energetic and faced paced rudimental snare drum duet. This work highlights many unison moments with individual solo section for each player to take the spotlight. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 4+ Instrumentati...
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Pecking Order is an energetic and faced paced rudimental snare drum duet. This work highlights many unison moments with individual solo section for each player to take the spotlight.

Number of Players: 2
Difficulty: Grade 4+
Instrumentation: 2 Snare Drums



Josh Gottry's (b. 1974) first composition, Irrelevant for solo marimba, earned him an ASCAP Young Composer Competition grant in 1995. Since that time, he has been selected for seven ASCAP Plus awards and has created over thirty published works that have been performed extensively at universities, junior high and high schools, and multiple national conferences. Mr. Gottry earned his BM in Percussion Performance at Northern Arizona University and his MM in Composition at Arizona State University. He is currently an adjunct professor of music at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, teaching percussion and composition as well as courses in music history and theory. Additionally, he maintains a private percussion studio and performs regularly throughout Arizona as a soloist and participant in various local ensembles.

Mr. Gottry is a member of the Percussive Arts Society (PAS) and the American Society of Composers, Authors, & Publishers (ASCAP). He is a clinician for Mike Balter Mallets, Pro-Mark Sticks, and Yamaha Percussion. Mr. Gottry served six terms as the Vice President for the Arizona State Chapter of PAS and is currently a member of the PAS Education and Composition Committees. He has been published several times in Percussive Notes and presented a keyboard percussion clinic at PASIC 2007.

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