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Miss Saigon-Percussion 1

 One of the most demanding and relentless percussion books I have ever played, the Percussion 1 book was quite an endeavor.  First, there was just so much mallet percussion to play, using the MalletKat was a must(and for practicality reasons as well for space). I assigned the glockenspiel, xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, chimes, gamelan, boo-bams all to the MalletKat.  All other instruments used(from left to right): suspended cymbal(not in the photo), 3 timpani, temple cup gong, 5 temple blocks, finger cymbal tree, finger cymbal machine, bell plate, 2 Schuylkill River rocks, jing cymbals on a high hat stand, kabuki clappers, heavy finger cymbals, 5 small gongs, including a Peking opera gong and 2 nipple gongs, china cymbal, taiko drum, tambourine, large tam-tam(not seen in photo). 125 MalletKat patch changes.

Photo taken on site at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia, PA

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