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Leopard Percussion

By Louisville Leopard Percussionists

Percussion, Percussion Ensemble (Percussion) - Grade 3
Leopard Percussion. By Louisville Leopard Percussionists. By Ary Barroso (1903-1964) and S.K. Russell. Edited by Rick Mattingly. Arranged by Diane Downs. Leopard Percussion Ensemble. Softcover. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4002298).

Item Number: HL.4002298

9x12 inches.

The Louisville Leopard Percussionists, an ensemble founded and directed by Diane Downs, has been wowing audiences at national and regional PAS and MENC conventions for several years. Using music arranged by Diane, these youngsters perform with a degree of enthusiasm and skill that is truly amazing. For the first time, these distinctive arrangements are available in print – carefully edited by well-known educator/author Rick Mattingly.

Each arrangement is written with a flexible instrumentation based around mallet instruments, drum set, and a variety of Latin instruments. If you are looking to start up a percussion ensemble, or need some entertaining program pieces for your existing group, this series is definitely for you!

1 - FULL SCORE 20 pages

2 - CONGAS 2 pages

2 - BONGOS 2 pages

2 - DRUM SET 2 pages

2 - BELLS 2 pages

2 - MARIMBA 1 2 pages

2 - MARIMBA 2 1 page

2 - VIBES 1 page

2 - XYLOPHONE 1 1 page

2 - XYLOPHONE 2 2 pages

2 - SHEKERE 2 pages

2 - AGOGO BELLS 2 pages

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Charles Jackson
    Scotch Plains, NJ
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 03, 2009 Nice piece for young percussionists.

    A simple Latin piece that certainly be expanded upon. An advanced drum set play can spice it up with a more traditional Latin Groove. The "drum solo" section can lengthened at will. Additional Auxillary instruments can be added too. The arrangement is a great way to introduce "cut-time" in...

    a easy manner.

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  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • May 01, 2007 Fun piece!

    My 4th, 5th and 6th graders are loving this piece.

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