Koshinski-Caleidoscopio-M - Product Information
Caleidoscopio by Gene Koshinski is a two mallet solo scored for 5-octave marimba. This piece was inspired by the composer's study of the coordinational independence method developed by Brazilian conductor Jose Gramani, called "Ritmica" and a series of courses on the subject taught by his protege Rogerio Boccato. Portions of the "Ritmica" method focus on the simultaneous performance of unrelated meters/ostinati, which is were the bulk of Caleidoscópio is founded. The "B" section of the piece pays homage to the Brazilian roots of the method by hinting at a light samba feel and provided more of a melodic focus.
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