A gauche, après la septième pâquerette – Laurent Vieuble

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Sheet music for percussion solo and piano.

Published by Editions Francois Dhalmann. ISMN: 9790560244952. Level: Difficult. Duration: 5 – 8 mn.

Description

A gauche, après la septième pâquerette by Laurent Vieuble

Sheet music for duo percussion and piano.

Nomenclature:

Piano

Marimba 5 octaves
Vibraphone
Concert Bass drum
3 Chinese Tam-Tams on gantry
3 Crash Cymbals (different sizes)
1 Large Chinese Cymbal
1 Ride Cymbal
1 Double bass bow
4 Bells (different sizes) or metal objects
Fine metal suspensions
Wooden suspensions
Tibetan bowl
1 Trap-Table with small pebbles (to be played with upside down funnels)
1 Melodica
Voice

Game indications :
Movements will be chained together as much as possible.
The pianist must play the Big Case and the Chinese Cymbal in the I.

The pianist must play the funnels on the III, the crescendos and decrescendo are ad lib.
The percussionist interprets his melodica part without being influenced by the tempo of the funnels.

Each instrumentalist will perform a marimba part and a voice part on the V.

In the VI, the two parts will have in common the sixteenth note, the number of repeats is indicative and will be fixed between the two musicians.

The percussionist leaves the stage measure 9 of the VII playing the Tibetan bowl leaving the pianist alone for the end.
Score and parts to download as pdf.

Published by Editions Francois Dhalmann. ISMN: 9790560244952. Level: Difficult. Duration: 5 – 8 mn.

Additional information

Instrument

Multi Percussion, Piano

Formation

Duo

Difficulty

Difficult