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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53376
Doc. No:TL23330
Call number:‭3385803‬
Main Entry:Jason Eugene Nicholson
Title & Author:Selected works for solo frame drums by B. Michael WilliamsJason Eugene Nicholson
College:University of North Texas
Date:2009
Degree:D.M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:75
Abstract:In 1993, American percussionist and composer B. Michael Williams published Four Solos for Frame Drums . This collection is considered the first work written exclusively for solo frame drum in Western notation. Williams primarily modeled his solos around traditional rhythms and techniques from Middle Eastern musical traditions as well as Glen Velez's virtuosic style of playing frame drums. He also drew influence from the music of South India and Sub-Saharan Africa. Williams intentionally combines the aforementioned elements as a means to expose his students and audience members to the music and drumming of these regions. The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed analysis of select compositions for solo frame drum by B. Michael Williams in order to assist future performers in making well-informed interpretive decisions. The analysis will highlight the compositional style, structural components, technical demands and important performance considerations of four pieces by Williams: Quatrinity, Etude in Arabic Rhythms, Another New Riq and Rhythmic Journey no. 1: (From Conakry to Harare) .
Subject:Communication and the arts; Solo; Frame drums; Williams, B. Michael; Music; 0413:Music
Added Entry:M. D. Ford
Added Entry:University of North Texas