How I Became Stupid (For 3 Players) - Medium-Difficult By Dwayne Engh - Score & Parts Eighth Note Publication Percussion - Ensemble Series
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In Stock. The intent of this piece is every drummer's dream---to just groove and have fun doing it. The entire piece is played on an assortment of buckets and garbage cans (both metal and plastic). Parts can be easily doubled if desired. As well, there is the "serious" moment of the playful rendering of "O Canada" near the end on kazoos. Any song can be inserted at that point (as long as it is a piece that is normally taken seriously or is "high brow"). This is scored for a timpani ensemble of at least 8 players.
Trash, Scrap N' Drivel was written with the intent of creating a fun piece for students to play that a non-musician could easily teach to an eighth grade class with little musical experience---and that allowed many dramatic possibilities in the blocking and staging of the piece. It is scored for an ensemble of at least 8 players.
Written during a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts in the summer of 2005 for the Calgarian Move to Strike Percussion Group, this playful piece is based on the Martin Page novel of the same name. It is influenced by Minoru Miki's brilliant work Marimba Spiritual - for marimba and three percussion players.