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Abaafa Luli : For Woodwind Quintet.

Publisher: International Opus

Based on the traditional African (Kigandan) folk music of Uganda, the piece wa commissioned by the Richmond Symphony Woodwind Quintet for their 1994 tour to East Africa. In this short 7-minute work in two sections, Tamusuza creates a rich polyrhythmic texture for winds, maracas and stamping feet!

$34.00 $30.60
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A Twenty-First Century Timpani Anthology / compiled, edited and Engraved by Peter Jarvis.

Publisher: Calabrese Brothers

…Artificial Climates for Timpani and Electronics, by Gilberto Andres Martinez Ojeda; Sotto Voce, by Ron Mazurek; Vertici, by Riccardo Santoboni; Timpani Solo II, by David Saperstein; Engoma Enteera, by Justinian Tamusuza. With program notes. The CD includes electronic parts for several of the works.

$100.00
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Ekivvulu KY'endere/An African Festivity : For Flute, Viola, Harp, Marimba and Maracas.

Publisher: International Opus

One of Africa's leading contemporary composers, Tamusuza's style merges traditional African folk elements with minimalist techniques and polyrhythms. The present work is in three sections. With performance instructions by the composer. Duration: 23 minutes.

$42.00 $37.80
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Abaana Bange Na-Ka-Lwa : For Soprano Saxophone, Electric Guitar and Marimba.

Publisher: International Opus

A one-movement work in traditional African style, despite its instrumentation which suggests jazz or rock influences. The composer uses the different instruments to portray the different characteristics of his children. Duration: 9 minutes. With program notes by the composer.

$35.00 $31.50
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