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In "Four Rotations" all the mallets are important, because they use the "single alternating strokes" in both the melody and accompaniment. These pieces have all the attributes of crowd pleasers: catchy rhythms, memorable melodies, a bit of swing and even some jazzy harmonies. One or more of these Rotations makes for a perfect end of an advanced recital.
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Sammut-Four Rotations (Complete set)-M
Four Rotations Pour Marimba by Eric Sammut has become one of the most important marimba compositions in serious concert solo marimba literature. Four Rotations Pour Marimba is a suite of four short pieces; each of them demonstrates a different musical character while incorporating similar compositional components and techniques. The goal of this thesis project is to create a stylistic analysis for providing the concert marimbist with insight into the interpretation of these four pieces and also giving composers a more in-depth understanding of Sammut's compositional method. This thesis includes a formal analysis and comparisons of compositional elements used in
An Analysis and Comparison of Four Rotations Pour Marimba, A Solo Marimba Suite, by Eric Sammut