Gronemeier, Dean There are 6 products.

Dean Gronemeier serves as the Director of Percussion Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he also serves the College of Fine Arts as the Associate Dean. Dean is the committee chair for designing and implementing a new Master of Marimba degree at UNICACH in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, in Mexico. He also served for two years as a member of the percussion faculty at UNAM (La universidad nacional autonoma de México) in Mexico City.

 Along with being a percussion educator, Gronemeier is an active clinician for the Yamaha Corporation of America, SABIAN Cymbals, and Mike Balter Mallets. He has soloed extensively throughout the United States and Mexico, as well as making appearances as a soloist in England, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Australia, and Chile.

 Dr. Gronemeier received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree and his Masters of Music degree from The University of Arizona where he studied with Gary Cook. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from Northern Illinois University where he studied with Rich Holly, Robert Chappell, and Al O'Connor. In December of 2001 Gronemeier received his Juris Doctorate degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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  • Sweet Roselle by Dean Gronemeier is a three movement marimba solo depicting memories of the composer's home town of Roselle, IL. The first movement has a professional ragtime/honky-tonk feel. The second movement was written for the composer's mother, and the third is based on a 12-tone scale to represent the changes in Roselle since the composer...

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  •  Sweet Death by Dean Gronemeier is a four mallet solo scored for 4.5 octave marimba (low F). This two movement solo uses a variety of techniques including ad lib, one handed rolls, and one handed melodies.

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  •  Unchosen Path by Dean Gronemeier is a four mallet solo scored for 4.5 octave marimba (low F). This piece features unique notation that will challenge most musicians. Dean Gronemeier received his DMA from the University of Arizona where he studied with Gary Cook. He currently teaches at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.

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  •  Population: 1 Too Many by Dean Gronemeier is a four mallet solo scored for 4.5 octave marimba (low F). The satirical title of this solo comes from Gronemeier's experience unpon arrival at his new home in Las Vegas. There was one person who, instead of greeting the composer with warmth, tried to make his life miserable. This piece reflects the...

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  •  Tied by Red by Dean Gronemeier is a six mallet solo scored for 4.5 octave marimba (low F). This piece expresses the battle between man, Satan and temptation through dark themes in this work. 

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