Timpani

Camaraderie

$48.00

“… Camaraderie is a musical and exciting addition to the repertoire for solo timpani with percussion accompaniment.” – John Baldwin, Percussive Notes The term “camaraderie” is defined as good will and light-hearted rapport between friends. The title is symbolic of the musical rapport between the soloist and the ensemble.

“… Camaraderie is a musical and exciting addition to the repertoire for solo timpani with percussion accompaniment.” – John Baldwin, Percussive Notes The term “camaraderie” is defined as good will and light-hearted rapport between friends. The title is symbolic of the musical rapport between the soloist and the ensemble.

Concert Pieces For Timpani

$15.00

A timpani piece with a “difference!” The first two movements exploit traditional timpani techniques in a musical fashion, with the emphasis on sensitive ensemble playing with the pianist. In the third movement, ‘Fandango’, both pianist and timpanist add sections of hand clapping and flamenco-style heel stomping. A real crowd-pleaser!

A timpani piece with a “difference!” The first two movements exploit traditional timpani techniques in a musical fashion, with the emphasis on sensitive ensemble playing with the pianist. In the third movement, ‘Fandango’, both pianist and timpanist add sections of hand clapping and flamenco-style heel stomping. A real crowd-pleaser!

Concerto for Five Timpani and Orchestra Op. 31

Available For Rental Only

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

Concerto for Five Timpani and Orchestra Op. 31 (with Piano Reduction)

$59.00

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

Donnerkreis

$19.00

“Donnerkreis” means “thunder circle” in German, a most appropriate title, since the eight timpanists (each playing single timpani) surround the audience. What a finale this would make to a percussion ensemble concert!

“Donnerkreis” means “thunder circle” in German, a most appropriate title, since the eight timpanists (each playing single timpani) surround the audience. What a finale this would make to a percussion ensemble concert!

Five Timpani Solos, Concert Series Vol.1

$18.00

These pieces, which range from three to five minutes, can be utilized effectively in private instruction, performing in a studio class or compiled together for a suite to be performed in public. These aspects will serve students and audience members alike and are worth considering for your library.

These pieces, which range from three to five minutes, can be utilized effectively in private instruction, performing in a studio class or compiled together for a suite to be performed in public. These aspects will serve students and audience members alike and are worth considering for your library.

Four Grotesques for Timpani

$9.00

‘Four Grotesques for Timpani’ expands the range of sound produced by four timpani (playing with four marimba mallets, playing on cymbals and crotales inverted on the drums) in music that is rhythmically challenging and melodically interesting.

‘Four Grotesques for Timpani’ expands the range of sound produced by four timpani (playing with four marimba mallets, playing on cymbals and crotales inverted on the drums) in music that is rhythmically challenging and melodically interesting.

No Evil

$9.00

Intermediate to advanced technique is required for a successful performance of this theatrical timpani solo. Each movement is about two minutes in length, making the entire three-movement suite appropriate for the undergraduate timpanist. This composition should be performed as an entire unit and would be an excellent selection for a junior or senior undergraduate recital.- Jim Lambert, Percussive Notes

Intermediate to advanced technique is required for a successful performance of this theatrical timpani solo. Each movement is about two minutes in length, making the entire three-movement suite appropriate for the undergraduate timpanist. This composition should be performed as an entire unit and would be an excellent selection for a junior or senior undergraduate recital.- Jim Lambert, Percussive Notes

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