Percussion Master Class on Works by Schwantner; Schuller and Bach by : Anthony J. Cirone : Jack Van Geem
This latest work in the “Master Class” series presents a comprehensive; interpretive analysis and performance guide of three major works for solo marimba by San Francisco Symphony Principal Percussionist Jack Van Geem. Van Geem's well-thought-out approach to learning Velocities by Joseph Schwantner helps solve many of the difficult 4-mallet technical issues of this most notable composition for solo marimba. His extensive theoretical analysis of Three Small Adventures by Gunther Schuller aids in a greater musical approach to this and other contemporary works for marimba. Van Geem provides his personal edition including dynamics; phrasing; and articulations to J. S. Bach's Fuga in G minor. Van Geem outlines his philosophy of solo marimba technique and how mallet position increases a player's accuracy and provides an important aid in memorization. This in-depth publication covers topics such as sticking options; beating spots; hand & arm postures; memorization; practicing; learning the art of triaging; and more.
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Front Cover Page 26 Page 45 Page 59 Page 9
| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width ||11 x 8.5 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.50 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL317212|
| ISBN ||1574631195|
| EAN ||9781574631197|
| 1st Publication Date||05/2011|
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