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Drum Ceremony - click for larger image
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Title Drum Ceremony
Article no. 4036306
Category Ensembles
Subcategory Percussion ensemble
Instrumentation/info Perc (percussion instrument)
Country of publication USA (us)
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Composer Husa, Karel
Additional info/contents Drum Ceremony is the introductory movement of An American Te Deum for mixed chorus, baritone solo, and orchestra or wind ensemble. The work was commissioned to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on December 5, 1976. Drum Ceremony derives from Native American drumming, particularly that used in war ceremonies.
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