This expressive show explores different emotions, moods, and scenarios asking the question “What’s Your Comfort Zone”. This 5-part show contains 16th note runs, simple syncopation, time and key signature changes, four mallet options, and music that students and audience members will enjoy.
- Drum Set
- Percussion 1: Suspended/Crash/China/Sizzle/Splash/Wind Chimes/Shaker/Tambourine/Jingle Bells
- Percussion 2: Bass Drum/Tambourine/Suspended/Gong/Finger Cymbals/Triangle/ Chimes
- Vibe 1/2
- Marimba 1/2/3 (4.3)
- 4 String Bass
- If needed a timpani part can be created
- Marimba options include 4 mallets
- If the LH piano part is difficult focus on RH part only
- If the double stop speed is a little too physical, this part can be alter by choosing one pitch to play instead of two
Sales and Licensing Information:
The shows are to be used for one competitive season (either indoor or marching). If a group wants to use the work beyond that in any fashion, whether competitive or not, additional permission will be required from Licks and Kicks Music in advance.
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We will not sell/license the same piece or show to more than ONE group in any given local circuit, national circuit, or local show/contest/competition. For national circuits, such as BOA or WGI, we will not sell/license the same piece or show to more than ONE group for specific regional or championship locations. This is why it is extremely important that each and every customer accurately reports to us their circuit participation information to guarantee regional exclusivity for everyone.
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