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Panthera Pardus

TSPCE17-022

DifficultyBeginner
ComposerHeiny, Chad
Number of Players10
Instrumentation

 2 glockenspiels*
 Xylophone
 Vibraphone
 Marimba (4.3-octave, low A)**
 2 timpani (26" & 29")
 Cymbals & gongs (2 crash cymbals, 2 suspended cymbals, tam tam**)
 Drums (bongos, snare drum, field drum, 2 medium concert toms, 2 low pitched drums)
 Accessories (triangle, shekere, tambourine, Tibetan finger cymbals, 2 mark trees)

*Each shared between all mallet players
**Shared between Marimba 1 and Marimba 2

New product

£ 33.00

Description

Chad Heiny’s Panthera Pardus is a musical ode to the leopard, an animal with many moods and characteristics. Similarly, Chad has filled this piece with a wide variety of colors, textures, and themes to underscore the majesty of this amazing animal. This piece also includes extra optional percussion parts for those pesky, bored percussionists in the back of the room! Panthera Pardus was written for the Belle Vernon Middle School Percussion Ensemble  and director Mark Surovchak.