Three Times The Fun
Percussion Ensemble - Easy/Beginner
Composed by Harvey Minchin. 21st Century. Score, Set of Parts. 16 pages. Published by Harvey Minchin (S0.250529).
Item Number: S0.250529
Three Times The Fun was written in three movements for three percussionists. Instrumentation is for 2 high concert toms (or bongos) 2 low concert toms and a bass drum. The piece is perfect for beginner percussionists as they learn to play together in an ensemble. The piece can be played for a percussion ensemble concert as a percussion feature for a school concert or for group lessons. Perform 1 2 or all 3 movements at a performance. A different trio of percussionists can perform each movement to give more players a chance to perform.
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