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Torched and Wrecked : For Percussion Quartet With Optional Electronics.

Publisher: David Skidmore
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

Instrumentation: 5-octave Marimba, 4.3-octave Marimba, 2 Vibraphones and Optional Electronic Track. 'Torched and Wrecked' is part of a series of pieces called 'Aliens with Extraordinary Abilities'.

$54.50 $49.00
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Agreed : For Percussion Quartet With Electronics.

Publisher: David Skidmore
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

In one movement. Commissioned by John Corkill and Alex Monroe. This work calls for two players on unpitched instruments, one vibraphone, and one marimba. Contact the publisher directly for the electronics component. Of advanced difficulty.

$50.00 $45.00
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Requiem : For Solo Percussionist (2009).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In three movements. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by Omar Carmenates; co-commissioned by Owen Weaver. The music explores Carmenates' interest in the environmental implications of the use of non-renewable resources in the manufacture of percussion instruments. The third movement is…

$42.40
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Donner : For Percussion Octet.

Publisher: David Skidmore
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

In one movement. Dedicated to Michael Burritt. A fast-paced and rhythmic work. Scored for one player on kick drum and woodblock, one player on bass and snare drums, glockenspiel, two vibraphones and three marimbas.

$74.20 $66.80
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Perpetulum. [CD]

Publisher: Orange Mountain Music
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

Third Coast Percussion performs music by Philip Glass, Gavin Bryars, Peter Martin, Robert Dillon, and David Skidmore.

$25.98 $23.38
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Paddle To The Sea. [CD]

Publisher: Cedille Records

Third Coast Percussion plays music by Musekiwa Chingdoza; Jacob Druckman; Sean Connors; Robert Dillon; Peter Martin; David Skidmore; and Philip Glass.

$16.98
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Thaw : For Percussion Quartet (2009).

Publisher: Unsettlement Music

In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by Third Coast Percussion. Dedicated to David Skidmore. Premiered in Chicago, April 2009. This edition reflects revisions to the music made in 2012. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 14 minutes.

$80.00
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The Jupiter Project. [CD]

Publisher: Hyperion

Chamber arrangements of Mozart by Hummel, Cramer, and Clementi. With Katy Bircher, Caroline Balding, Andrew Skidmore, and David Owen Norris.

$19.98
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Break : For 2 Drum Sets and Metal Objects.

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With a set-up diagram. Commissioned by Maria Finkelmeier and Jacob Remington. A fast-paced and highly energetic work. Duration ca. 6 minutes.

$45.00
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Common Patterns In Uncommon Time : For Percussion Quartet.

Publisher: David Skidmore

In six movements: I. Entity -- II. Design -- III. Repose -- Interlude. Material Study 2 -- IV. Diversity -- V. Entity -- VI. Repose. With performance notes and stage diagrams. Commissioned by Sidney K. Robinson for the Taliesin Centennial Celebration. Dedicated to Sidney K. Robinson. The music was…

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An Argument Or A Question? : For Solo Timpani (2006).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With performance notes. A challenging work for five timpani. Duration ca. 7 minutes. Printed on loose-leaf, single-sided pages.

$33.50
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Extremely Close : For Marimba and Piano.

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With a program note. Commissioned by and dedicated to T. Adam Blackstock. The performers play similar material, but not in alignment. Of advanced difficulty. This edition includes a bound marimba part, and a marimba part printed on single-sided, loose-leaf pages.

$53.00
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Ritual Music - Variations On The Numbers 2 and 4 : For Percussion Quartet (2005).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With a program note. Composed for the Chicago dance company Raizel Performances. Premiered in the Spring of 2005. The music uses the numbers two and four to bring order to the music.

$50.00
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Perpetuum Mobile : For 5 Percussionists.

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. Commissioned by T. Adam Blackstock and the Troy University Percussion Ensemble. Each player uses crotales, woodblocks, bongos, tom toms, and kick drum. The music is rhythmic and intense.

$68.90
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Unknown Kind : For Percussion Quintet (2007).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With performance notes. Dedicated to Jon Parks and the Florida State University Chamber Percussion Ensemble on their 2007 Carnegie Hall Tour. Duration ca. 5 minutes.

$58.30
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Fanfare For A New Audience : For Percussion Quartet (2009).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With program notes. Commissioned by Deborah Sobol and the Rush Hour Concert Series in commemoration of their 10th anniversary season. An exciting and energetic work. Duration ca. 5 minutes.

$53.00
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Love Songs (Book One) : For Piano and Percussion Quartet (2009).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In four movements. With a program note. Commissioned by Mark Ford and the University of North Texas Percussion Ensemble. These pieces attempt to address the complex nature of love and its emotions.

$79.50
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In Contact : For Percussion Quartet (2006).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In three movements. With program notes. Dedicated to the Spinthrift Percussion Group. Premiered in New York, April 2006. Each player uses three drums and two pieces of metal. Duration ca. 17 minutes.

$79.50
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Trying : For Percussion Quartet (2014).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In three movements. This work calls for two marimbas, bass drum, cymbals, metal pipes, and wood slats. The four percussionists move through various positions for the different movements. As a result, the parts are printed and bound in an unusual manner. A single-page sheet with stage plot and player…

$63.60
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Whispers 2 : For Marimba and Vibraphone (2002).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. This flowing piece is very quiet throughout; any fluctations in dynamics are up to the performers. Duration ca. 3 minutes. Printed on loose-leaf, single-sided pages.

$33.50
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Strobes : For Percussion Quartet (2004).

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. An atmospheric introduction gives way to rhythmic music. Three players perform on an array of pitched and unpitched instruments; the fourth plays marimba only. Of advanced difficulty. The parts are printed on loose-leaf, single-sided pages.

$53.00
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Leap/A Running Knot : For Solo Percussionist With Loop Pedal.

Publisher: David Skidmore

In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by Francisco Perez. This work calls for a Boss RC-50 Loop Station pedal or similar device, which allows the performer to create real-time loops. The percussionist uses five vibraphones, as well as snare and kick drums.

$45.00
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Take Anything You Want : For Percussion Quartet With Optional Electronics.

Publisher: David Skidmore
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

Instrumentation: 5-octave Marimba, 4.3-octave Marimba, 2 Vibraphones, Glockenspiel, and Optional Electronic Track. 'Take Anything You Want' is part of a series of pieces called 'Aliens with Extraordinary Abilities'.

$53.00 $47.70
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Things May Be Changing (But Probably Not) : For Percussion Quartet (2015).

Publisher: David Skidmore
Series: Grammy 2020|Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Perf

In one movement. This fast-paced work calls for two vibraphones, crotales, and two marimbas. Of advanced difficulty.

$53.00 $47.70
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