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Selected Percussion Books in the Allen Library
Organizes and analyzes the groundbreaking percussion literature of the 20th century, connecting the music to new techniques, technologies, and world events.
Modern terms in many languages and genres. Includes topics on instrument construction and tuning, playing techniques, and setup diagrams with models and ranges of keyboard percussion instruments.
A portrait of the ultramodernist composer of music for piano, percussion ensemble, chamber groups, choir, band, and orchestra.
Tells the story of Keiko Abe's groundbreaking influence on the marimba and its music, plus a history of the xylophone and marimba.
Aims to illuminate the divergent paths and unique destinations found in the artistic journey of the modern percussionist.
Top Databases for Percussionists
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