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PASIC 2014 Keyboard Sight Reading Lab


  1.  Challenge 1:  2, 3, & 4 mallet solos for keyboard percussion, by Earl Hatch Furioso and valse in D Minor (2 Mallets) pub.Studio 4 Music

 

  2. Music Speed Reading, by David R. Hickman

pub. Wimbeldon Music Inc.


3.  Selected Duets for Flute, Volume 1 & 2, Compiled and Edited by H. Voxman

pub. Rubank Inc.

 

4. Little Note Book for Anna Magdalena Bach, by Johann Sebastian Bach

pub. Belwin Mills Publishing Corp.

 

5.  Pieces for Classical Guitar, Edited by Peter Greenwood

pub. Amsco Music Publishing Co.

 

6.  Rhythmic Articulation, by Pasquale Bona

pub. G.Schirmer

 

7.  Album of Easy Pieces by Modern Composers for the piano

(Bartok, Kabalivsky, Shostakowitch, Khachaturian, Prokofierr, Stravinsky) 

pub. Edwin F. Kalmus

 

8.  Various Short Preludes And Fugues, by Johann Sebastian Bach

Edited by Hans Bischoff

pub. Edwin F. Kalmus

 

9.  Sonata No. VI in G Minor, by Antonio Vivaldi, (for flute, violin and piano)

pub. McGinnis & Marx (C.F. Peters)

 

10.  The Library of Guitar Classics, Compiled and Edited by Jerry Willard

pub.  Amsco Publications

 

11.  Three Duets for Two Flutes, by Friedrich Kuhlau, Op. 10

pub. International Music Company

 

Composer, teacher, marimbist, percussionist.

I have recently digitally released my first recording Music for Solo Marimba (1979).  Originally an LP, then a CD that has been out of print for many years, it is once again available for downloading on CD Baby and iTunes.  Soon it will also be available here, and on my Facebook Artist page.  It contains the first ever recording of Two Mexican Dances, and a host of my Etudes for Marimba Book 1 & 2(1,2,3,6,9,11,12), Musser's Prelude in G-major and Etude in A-flat, and the perennial favorite Tambourine Chinois.  Buy and single track or the entire album.

My most recent CD - Welcome to Stoutland has been available since  May 25, 2014.  In contains much of my chamber music written in the last ten years or so.  Please see What's New for track listings. You might also check out the new Wilder Duo Live double CD. It is for sale in the Store section, now at a reduced price!!  It can also be downloaded at:  http://cdbaby.com/cd/gordonstout.  iTunes to come soon (711/14).

Now you can also find  errata for Skylark Orange Circles, Sedimental Stuctures, Rumble Strips, Northern Lights (Ewazen), plus the 5.0 version of the last section of Astral Dance, in the Errata section.  Click on the comment link for each one individually you would like to share. Note:  the comment links have been disabled on 6/26/14, because of extensive spamming.  At this time, you will need to take a picture of the errata you are in need of (Mac users can use Grab, or similar program). Sorry about that.

The photo below is from the recording session of my composition "Somewhere In Africa there's A Whirlwind", December of 2013 at Ithaca College, with Marco Schirripa and Sean Gill.

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