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Cahn-Etude for Tape Recorder and Percussion OS

Model: CAHN MUS 18

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$8.97

One of the first titles in the repertoire for percussion and recorded sound, this classic recital piece has been re-worked so as to be played with CD accompaniment. The piece is a duet between multi-percussionist and taped sound - in which...
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One of the first titles in the repertoire for percussion and recorded sound, this classic recital piece has been re-worked so as to be played with CD accompaniment. The piece is a duet between multi-percussionist and taped sound - in which the percussionist employs a variety of unique performance techniques utilizing a bow and various types of mallets.


Number of Players: 1 (tape accompaniment)
Difficulty: Grade 5+
Instrumentation: Bells, Anvil, Suspended Cymbal, Large Triangle, Vibraphone, 4 Cowbells

Bill Cahn has been a member of the NEXUS percussion group since 1971, and was principal percussionist in the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra from 1968 to 1995. Born in Philadelphia in 1946, Bill has performed with conductors, composers, ensembles, and artists representing diverse musical styles - Chet Atkins, John Cage, Aaron Copland, Chuck Mangione, Mitch Miller, Seiji Ozawa, Steve Reich, Doc Severensen, Leopold Stokowski, Igor Stravinsky, and Paul Winter. He has conducted programs with symphony orchestras, and his compositions for solo percussion, percussion ensemble and percussion with orchestra/band are widely performed. His fourth book, "Creative Music Making," on freeform improvisation was published by Routledge Books in 2005.

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