Body Percussion 1 - Gehrard Reiter
Cajun Country - Murray Houllif
Body percussion quartet. Hand clapping, thigh and tummy patting, foot stomping, and heel tapping for a quartet or any group of musicians in mulitples of four (2 copies of each part provided). Grade 4 - Duration 2:00.
Gotcha-Cha - Murray Houllif
Body percussion. This elementary-level duet in a cha-cha style features hand claps, foot taps, and thigh and tummy pats, all imitating Latin percussion instruments. As with all of our body percussion editions, it comes with two copies of the score/part so the size of the group can be doubled, ...
Hip-Hop chops - Murray Houllif
Body percussion trio. Finger snaps, foot stomping, thigh/tummy patting, and hand clapping for a trio or larger group of musicians in multiples of three (2 copies of each part provided). Grade 4, duration 2'20".
Horse Race - Murray Houllif
Grade 4 Features BODY PERCUSSION TRIO/ A fast paced gallop featuring hand claps, thigh and tummy pats, and foot stomps for grade 4 musicians. Theres even a bit of horse-like snorting. This is a fun piece to rehearse and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser! Duration 2:20.
Kino-Klap - Pascal Zavaro
Let's Give Them A Hand - McBeth
Mischen Possible - Wolfgang Reifeneder
Rock Talk - Murray Houllif
Body percussion. Scored for younger duos, this funky rock, boogaloo-style number featuring hand claps, thigh pats and foot stomps is terrific fun for everyone who performs or hears it. As above, two copies of the score/part are included so groups of two, four, or six can share the spotlight. Grade ...
Rock Trap - William J. Schinstine
Snare Drum Study - Bruce Levine
Stage Clapping - Tom Wagner
Têta Clap - Spiesser
The Ultimate Body Percussion Workout - Murray Houllif
Body percussion, This new grade 3-4 collection of 8 body percussion quartets teaches basic musical and ensemble skills in a variety of styles - rock, jazz, Latin, flamenco, march, country, hoedown, Gaelic and funky. Useful in band, orchestra, chorus, and general music activities and readily ...
6 Bagatellen for Body Percussion - Martin Junker
Body Percussion solo, the player should sit on a chair and take care of a good sounding floor (like parquet or a wooden platform). Besides this he should choose clothing with enchances the wiping and rubbing sounds. To perform this piece a small chamber music venue is most fitting to present the ...
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