Oetomo, Robert There are 7 products.

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  • ‘Fantasy’ is a musical term used for works that are based on improvisations. The size and scale of fantasies vary from one composer to another. However, fantasies are typically classified as small-scale works.  Composed chronologically from 2012 to 2013, Four Fantasies (vol. 1) is a collection of improvisations inspired by...

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  • Unlike the first collection of chorales, this volume was composed within only one year. The third chorale is an arrangement of Elgar’s Nimrod from Variations on an Original Theme (Enigma) for Orchestra, Op. 36.The progressions to the second volume include technical challenges such as wide intervals in both hands and wider reach between left and...

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  • Review (Percussive Notes, March 2013)It is interesting to see the progression of this young composer through these three chorales that are intended to “explore the colours of the 5-octave marimba in the low to middle registers.” Created a year apart from one another, the distinct mood of each is paired with thoughtful compositional...

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  • Two Lullabies for solo marimba is dedicated to two very special people in my life.Composed in 2011, Evergreen Lullaby is dedicated to a dear friend of mine, Allyce Burton. The work explores the marimba in a pianistic way, with the left and right hands independent of one another. The left hand plays an ostinato of five ascending and descending pitches,...

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  • Written for solo marimba, Rainbow is loosely based on the ‘Theme and Variation’ form. Each variation showcases the expansive sound world of the 5-octave marimba: lush, warm and mellow in the low to middle registers, while the high register exhibits brilliance, brightness and translucency.  This piece utilises the different sound qualities...

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  • Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840) is arguably the most celebrated violin virtuoso in the nineteenth century. He was a master of the violin and also a composition genius, producing an enormous and unprecedented output for the violin repertoire that forever changed the art of violin playing.  Many composers after Paganini took inspiration from the theme of his...

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  • During my early years of piano training, I recall being introduced to the pieces of Schumann’s Album for the Young, Op. 68 and Tchaikovsky’s Album for the Young, Op. 39. The pieces in both albums, which were specifically composed with children’s hands in mind, help young pianists to build technical skills at the same time as developing a sense of...

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