Digital Dances No. 3 is the third in a series of marimba quartets based heavily on video game and electronic dance music. It employs a relentless, driving pulse and constantly changing meters, with harmonic influences from both popular and modern classical genres. The work is scored such that it can be performed as either a quartet or quintet, to accommodate varying ability levels, and requires only three total marimbas (1 5.0-octave for quartet, 2 for quintet), if necessary.
Digital Dances No. 3 was commissioned by Dr. Corey Robinson and the University of Texas-Tyler Percussion Ensemble, who premiered the work at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention, in San Antonio, TX on February 14, 2019.
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