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G-Spot Tornado by Frank Zappa / arr. Doug Wallace (Bachovich Music)
For Sale Item
Type of Piece: Percussion Ensemble (2006)
Instrumentation: 2 Marimbas, 2 Xylophones, 2 Vibraphones, 2 Glockenspiels, Drum Set, Electric Bass (Mallet KAT or Bass Marimba), 2 Timpani, 2 Tom Toms, Concert Bass Drum, Large Tam Tam, Chinese Cymbal, Splash Cymbal, Suspended Cymbal, Woodblock, 2 Slapsticks, Cowbell, 2 Guiros, 2 Vibraslaps, 2 Flexatones, Triangle, Lion's Roar, Cuica (8 Players)
Length: 5 minutes
Package Includes: Score & Parts
Notes: Frank Zappa will always be remembered as a true musical visionary and American icon. A self-taught guitarist and composer, Zappa began his career in the late 1960's joining the Mothers, a California band known for combining creative pop and jazz melodies with witty, satirical lyrics. In a very short time, Zappa became famous for a compositional style that included avant-garde, rock, jazz fusion, and contemporary classical. In 1986, he released the album Jazz From Hell, composed and performed by Zappa primarily on a digital synclavier. At this point in his career, Zappa felt that human beings were incapable of executing the complex and virtuosic music that he wished to compose. This piece, G-Spot Tornado, is from the album Jazz From Hell. In the early 1990's, Frank Zappa was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and died on December 4, 1993. He has proved to be one of the most prolific musicians ever, releasing over 60 albums during his lifetime.