Papador, Nicholas There are 3 products.

Dr. Nicholas Papador is Associate Professor of Percussion at the University of Windsor. An active performer specializing in contemporary music, he is a founding member of Marassa Duo and Noiseborder Ensemble. He was featured as an on screen performer in Matthew Barney’s 2014 film River Of Fundament.  He has presented at four Percussive Arts Society International Conventions, two Puerto Rico Conservatory International Percussion Festivals, the Open Ears Festival of New Music’s Environmental Rhythms event as well as numerous state and provincial PAS Day of Percussion events. He has received grants from the Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, Social Sciences Humanities Research Council, and Canada Foundation for Innovation. Papador is an artist endorser for Vic Firth, Sabian, Evans and Yamaha. He is the current president of the PAS Ontario Chapter.  He recently completed his first solo percussion recording, Points of Departure.

Papador is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Music (DM 2003), Indiana University Jacobs School of Music (MM 1999), and the University of Oregon (BMus 1997).

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  • "Three Recollections is a loosely programmatic work of short musical episodes interpreting states of longing and loss. In preparing the piece for publication, I have revisited the memories depicted therein as well as those of my compositional style at the time of its writing. The piece is scored for a 4.3 octave marimba range and reques the use of...

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  •  Autumn Portrait by Nicholas Papador is a four mallet solo scored for 4.3 octave marimba. This piece functions well as an etude for four mallet playing exploring techniques such as single alternating sticking permutation, chorale style playing, double vertical strokes, basic shifting, and interval movement between hands. Autumn Portrait is a...

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  •  Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel arranged for four mallet 5 octave marimba by Andrew Beall. This seven minute solo is a very close transcription to the original piece and requires a moderate amount of comfort with mallet independence of four mallet technique.

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