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Peters-Dog Beach-M

Model: 405

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Mitchell Peters' Dog Beach is a fun frolic for four mallets. This piece is a excellent vehicle for technical development. In addition to being practical this work is also crowd pleasing. Number of Players: 1 Difficulty: Grade 3 Instru...
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Mitchell Peters' Dog Beach is a fun frolic for four mallets. This piece is a excellent vehicle for technical development. In addition to being practical this work is also crowd pleasing.

Number of Players: 1
Difficulty: Grade 3
Instrumentation:
  • Player I: Marimba



  • Director of the Percussion Ensemble, MITCHELL PETERS, was formerly Principal Timpanist and Percussionist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.  Prior to his appointment in 1969, he was principal percussionist with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.  Peters has recorded extensively with both the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, in addition to various appearances on motion picture and television soundtracks.  He was a member of the Philharmonic New Music Group, and has performed and recorded numerous contemporary works.  As author and composer, Peters' percussion works and instructional materials are highly regarded throughout the United States and abroad.  He owns and operates a music publishing company, which handles percussion works exclusively.  He has recently completed highly acclaimed method books for Timpani and Mallet instruments, published by the Alfred Music Publishing Company. In 2006 he was awarded a "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Sabian Cymbal Company. He was also on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara from 1990-2002.  His B.M. and M.M. are from the Eastman School of Music, where he also received the Performers Certificate.

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    Dog Beach

    Comments:

    Great piece for using in instruction of 4 mallet technique...multiple mallet patterns help student learn different sounds of different combinations. I have used several of Mitchell Peter's compositions for this purpose and also the end result is some pretty cool tunes for the kids to perform.

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    T Hall

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