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.

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 Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).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 Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

Timpani Playing in the 21st Century

$32.00

Timpani may be simultaneously the most demanding, the most exciting, and the most satisfying of the symphonic percussion instruments – when they are played well. If not, they can be exactly the opposite. A great timpanist, probably more than most conductors, can influence the overall sound, rhythm and articulation of an orchestra. This book gives insight into every aspect of timpani performance, and every player should read it.Foreword by Bob Becker

Timpani may be simultaneously the most demanding, the most exciting, and the most satisfying of the symphonic percussion instruments – when they are played well. If not, they can be exactly the opposite. A great timpanist, probably more than most conductors, can influence the overall sound, rhythm and articulation of an orchestra. This book gives insight into every aspect of timpani performance, and every player should read it.Foreword by Bob Becker

Trek to Gongga Shan

$35.00

For solo timpani (5 drums) and percussion ensemble.Should you want to feature your timpanist with your percussion ensemble, this piece offers an exciting and musical experience. The work is composed for seven players, including the soloist.- George Frock, Percussive Notes

For solo timpani (5 drums) and percussion ensemble.Should you want to feature your timpanist with your percussion ensemble, this piece offers an exciting and musical experience. The work is composed for seven players, including the soloist.- George Frock, Percussive Notes