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dc.contributor.corporatenameUniversity of Missouri--Columbia. School of Musiceng
dc.date.issued1996eng
dc.description"Event No. 43 in the 1996-97 Series."eng
dc.description"Sunday, November 10, 1996, Rogers Whitmore Recital Hall"eng
dc.description"Christine Conklin, soloist"eng
dc.description"Missouri Funk Factory (in Lowry Mall), Kevin Danze, founder and instructor"eng
dc.descriptionAt head of title: The University of Missouri--Columbia School of Fine Arts Department of Musiceng
dc.descriptionJulia Hillbrick (Conductor)eng
dc.description.abstract"The UPE is performing Clapping Music this afternoon to celebrate the birthday of its composer. Steve Reich, a minimalist composer, turned sixty this year and we have sixty hands involved in this performance. Clapping Music is based on a simple rhythm one bar long that displaces itself between the two groups of performers. One group of clappers maintains the rhythm unchanged throughout the entire work. The other group begins to change the rhythm by subtracting an eighth note at the beginning ofthe pattern and adding it to the end. This piece is designed for two clappers, but, as we are doing today, can be expanded to encompass any number of clappers. The UPE would like to thank the extended members of the percussion community at MU for helping us pay tribute to Steve Reich."--Program Notes.eng
dc.description.tableofcontentsClapping Music -- Caprice Diabolique -- Prelude and Dance -- Intermission -- Valse Brillante -- Ogoun Badagris -- Cadences and Cheerseng
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10355/84564
dc.languageEnglisheng
dc.publisherUniversity of Missouri--Columbia. School of Musiceng
dc.relation.ispartofseriesUniversity of Missouri--Columbia concert series ; 1996-1997eng
dc.sourceDigitized by MU Libraries, 2021. Copy loaned from School of Music.eng
dc.titleUniversity Percussion Ensemble ... November 10, 1996eng
dc.typeConcert programseng


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