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Popcorn

By Gershon Kingsley

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Concert Band/Harmonie - Grade 4
Composed by Gershon Kingsley. Arranged by Jiro Yoshida. New Sounds for Concert Band. Score Only. Composed 2006. 28 pages. De Haske Publications #DHP 1074201-140. Published by De Haske Publications (BT.DHP-1074201-140).

Item Number: BT.DHP-1074201-140

A4 (297X210) inches. English(US)/Deutsch/Francais/Nederlands.

In 1969, the composer and musician Gershon Kingsley (b. 1922) composed and recorded an instrumental work that was to become the first true success of electronic music. In 1972, the group Hot To Mound recorded a new version of Popcorn. Since that time, the world has seen hundreds of different versions including techno, jazz, ska, disco, rock, punk and now, more surprising, a version for your Concert Band.

In 1969, the composer and musician Gershon Kingsley (b. 1922) composed and recorded an instrumental work that was to become the first true success of electronic music. In 1972, the group Hot To Mound recorded a new version of Popcorn. Since that time, the world has seen hundreds of different versions including techno, jazz, ska, disco, rock, punk and now, more surprising, a version for your Concert Band.

Der deutschstammige judisch-amerikanische Komponist Gershon Kingsley schrieb Popcorn 1968, in der fruhen Synthie-Pop-Ara. Nach der ersten Aufnahme von einer Gruppe mit dem passenden Namen Hot Butter interpretierten zahllose Kunstler und Gruppen das pfiffige Instrumentalstuck neu: es wurde fur Filmmusiken, Computerspiele und zuletzt gar als Klingelton verarbeitet- und erfreut sich immer noch grosster Beliebtheit. Fur Blasorchester ist Popcorn nun in einer Bearbeitung von Jiro Yoshida erhaltlich.

En 1969, le compositeur et musicien Gershon Kingsley (1922) compose et enregistre une musique instrumentale qui allait devenir le premier veritable succes de la musique electronique. En 1972, le groupe Hot Butter enregistre une nouvelle version de Popcorn. Depuis, des centaines de reprises ont ete realisees dans le monde entier. Il existe des versions techno, jazz, ska, disco, rock, punk et, plus surprenant, une version pour Orchestre d'Harmonie...

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