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The Miraculous Mandarin by Bela Bartok (1881-1945). Arranged by James Ancona. Percussion Ensemble. For Glockenspiel, 3 marimbas (low A), xylophone, crotales, 3 vibraphones, 5 timpani, large tam tam, chimes, 2 china cymbals, 18" suspended cymbal, 4 toms, wind gong, medium gong, 2 small gongs of different sizes, dark sus. cym., bright sus. cym., sizzle cym., (8 players). Percussion Feature. Marching Band. Advanced. Score and parts. 36 pages. Duration 4'00". Published by Tapspace Publications (TA.TSPCE-04). This percussion ensemble arrangement of "The Miraculous Mandarin" is based upon three movements of Bartok's original work. The Beginning - A challenging display of technique, timbral variety, and creative orchestration. The Second Seduction - Featuring the vibraphones, this movement creates a rubato, tense beauty. The Chase - A relentless conclusion which drives to the ultimate point of release. This arrangement will challenge performers, and offers a programmatic piece which will showcase the versatility of the percussion ensemble's timbral range. It was first performed by the Santa Clara Vanguard Percussion Ensemble in 2000.
$45.00

Pages: 36
Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Glockenspiel
Genres: 20th Century, Hungarian, Classical, World
The Devil's Dance (from Histoire du Soldat). By Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971). Arranged by James Ancona. Percussion Ensemble. For Glockenspiel, xylophone, 2 vibraphones, 2 marimbas (low A), 5 timpani, and multi-percussion (bass drum, snare drum, field drum, tambourine) (8 players). Concert Percussion Ensembles. Advanced. Score and parts. 16 pages. Duration 1'20". Published by Tapspace Publications (TA.TSPCE-02). "The Devil's Dance" is a short animated movement from Stravinsky's famous theatrical work Histoire du Soldat. Originally written by Stravinsky for a small instrumental theater ensemble of two woodwinds, two brass, two strings, and one solo percussionist, Ancona has preserved the original intent of this piece in a concert percussion setting of eight players. Meter changes occur frequently while constantly shifting accents and dissonant harmonies give it a sinister and sarcastic tone.
$31.00

Pages: 16
Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Glockenspiel
Genres: 20th Century, Russian, Classical, World