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Euonymus Alatus by Thom Hasenpflug

Model # 11990 By: C. Alan Publications
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  • Overview

    • For 16 Players
    • Duration: 6:30
    • Difficulty: Medium +
    • Large, Interesting Set-Up
    • Lots of Expressive and Unique Sounds
    • Multi-Meters Throughout
  • Item Details

    Euonymus Alatus by Thom Hasenpflug is a 16 player percussion ensemble with a very unique instrumentation. It features instruments like vases, mixing bowls and glass salsa jars! This makes it not only really fun to practice and play, but really interesting for the audience to watch. Set-up and tear-down will take awhile, but it's worth it for this cool piece.

    It has some difficult unison parts, and each player gets some moments to shine on their group of instruments.

    Duration: 6:30

    Difficulty: Medium +


    • Player 1: Opera Gong, Gong, Coffee Can, 4.3-Octave Marimba
    • Player 2: Opera Gong, Glass Wind Chimes, Large Book, 4.3-Octave Marimba
    • Player 3: Triangle, Bass Drum, Bongos
    • Player 4: Brazilian Tamborim, African Gankogui Bell, Suspended Cymbal, Large Book, 5-Octave Marimba
    • Player 5: Glass Salsa Jars (3), Concert Bass Drum, Metal Wind Chimes, Claves
    • Player 7: Pyrex-Style Mixing Bowls (3), Large Floor Tom, Bowed Suspended Cymbal, Large Book, Xylophone
    • Player *: Large Bottles or Vases (4), Field Drum, China Splash Cymbal, Single Egg Shaker, Vibraslap, Large Resonant Metal
    • Player 9: Graduated Pieces of Wood (4), Bass Drum, Piccolo Snare Drum, China Lion Cymbal
    • Player 10: Almglocken - High (5), Conga Drum (High), Large Drums (2), Hand Held Bell Tree, Gourd Shekere
    • Player 11: Almglocken - Low (5), Conga Drum (Low), Metal Trash Can, Square Point Shovel Blade, Crotales
    • Player 12: Large Concert Toms (4), 4-Pitch Log Drum, Standard China Cymbal (2)
    • Player 13: Snare Drum, Djembe, Brake Drum, Cowbell, Basket/Caixi Shakers, Finger Cymbals
    • Player 14: Large Concert Toms (4), Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls (3), Splash Cymbal, China Cymbal, Finger Cymbals, Whipstick
    • Player 15: Large Roto-Toms (2), Trash Cymbal, Sizzle Cymbal, Ice Bell, Crotales
    • Player 16: Timbales, Concert Bass Drum, Hi Hat

    Notes from the composer

    The Burning Bush (Euonymus Alatus) is a perfectly simple, classic, yet complex shrub found in home gardens and nurseries in many parts of the country. A seemingly innocuous green clump of leaves in springtime, it turns a brilliant and fiery red late in the season. A hearty grower, it can be tough as nails in less than hospitable growing climates.

    This work presents a reflection on the plant; Its classic form, its deceptive, mysterious, and brilliant colors, and the way the leaves from a short distance seemingly grow in families, but upon closer inspection reveal themselves to grow in tandem, on either side of the branch, as symmetrically opposing forces.

  • Specifications

    Name Euonymus Alatus by Thom Hasenpflug
    Brand C. Alan Publications
    Model # 11990
    UPC Code [Error processing dynamic tag getCurrentAttribute('item', 'upccode') : record invtpart 87955 not found]
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    DifficultyMedium +
    Number of Performers16
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