Composed by Bradley Sowash. 21st Century, Jazz. Set of Parts. 39 pages. Bradley Sowash Music #SLIPSHOD. Published by Bradley Sowash Music (S0.2271).
Item Number: S0.2271
"Slipshod" was commissioned by choreographer/videographer Victoria Uris in 1991 as the soundtrack for a film performed by dance majors on top of a parking garage at Ohio State University. Musically, the piece is based on two contrasting ideas: a fast, repeated note figure and four jagged quarter notes that are developed and loosely spun together in variations named: Exposition, Herd of Thirds, Kerplunk School, Raucous Roll, Salt & Pepper, False Waltz, Scale Olympics, and Accumulation Disorder. You may find it amusing to identify these sections in the music as you listen. Length: approx. 6:00.
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