June 24, 2019
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1. Video Teaching Reviews
      

This is a service I provide as an online tutoring service for all-state etudes, solos and ensembles. A solo (up to 6 minutes of music) review is $20, all-region etudes (2 etudes) reviews are $20, and...
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METHOD BOOK: Keyboard Fundamentals with Play-Along Tracks
      

This exercise book consists of 2-Mallet and 4-Mallet exercises that have unique play-along tracks. Musical styles of the tracks include Rock-n-Roll, Latin, Samba, African, Jazz, Pop, and Funk....
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SHEET MUSIC: Ballades for Koto Solo: Vol. 2, “Spring”, Minoru Miki
      

While studying in Japan, I attended a Pro Musica Nipponia concert. This ensemble, founded by Minoru Miki, unites traditional Japanese instruments with contemporary music and one of the first pieces...
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SHEET MUSIC: Cassiopeia Marimbana
      

The original “Cassiopeia” was composed for a 21-string koto quintet with the five kotos set-up in an order similar to the Cassiopeia constellation. (Cassiopeia forms a ‘W’ in the sky with...
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SHEET MUSIC: Kincho Daiko
      

Although composed for the same amateur drum group from Komatsushima city, “Kincho Daiko” provides a contrasting mood to “Yoshitsune”. Kincho is the name of a famous raccoon dog from...
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SHEET MUSIC: Marim Dan-Dan, Minoru Miki
      

This marimba and drum duet has been coined “Little Marimba Spiritual”. Maintaining a driving energy throughout, the marimba solo and percussion duet weave through mixed meters, flourishing runs...
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SHEET MUSIC: Yoshitsune Daiko
      

In the 12th century, a famous young Japanese general by the name of Yoshitsune attacked and defeated his enemy, Heike, at Yashima island. Using a surprise attack, Yoshitsune sailed by ship from...
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SHEET MUSIC: Yurikago (Cradle) A Japanese Lullaby
      

(Composed ca. 1922, Arranged 2006, Adapted 2010)
“Yurikago” (Cradle) is a Japanese folk song, originally written around 1922 by composer Shinsaku Kusakawa and lyricist Hakusyu Kitahara. It...
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SHEET MUSIC: Z Conversion, Minoru Miki
      

The ‘Z’ of “Z Conversion” is an initial derived from the word zomeki.  Zomeki refers to the rhythm used in the Awa dance from my hometown of Tokushima, Japan.  I have come to use this...
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Sohmon III (CD Download)
      

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