Mallet Derby for Vibraphone and Piano
Piano Accompaniment - Digital Sheet Music

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Vibraphone Solo - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1324185

By Dave Kemp. By Dave Kemp. 21st Century. Individual part. 15 pages. Simpatico Music #912380. Published by Simpatico Music (A0.1324185).

This work is an adaptation of a longer piece composed for the selection rounds of the Sydney International Piano Competition. It was originally scored for five pianos playing simultaneously, hence the "derby" idea whereby each piano was pitted against the other in a rambunctious race till the very end ! It explores the less common use of the vibraphone for extended passages with the pedal kept up to create a staccato effect, intricate weaving melodic lines using unconventional scales and sophisticated rhythmic interplay between the vibraphone and piano parts. It is included in the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) Syllabus for Percussion from Grade 7.

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