Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA)
First Committee Member
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This document aims to explore the evolution of extended multiple mallet performance from the first performers to employ the technique, including the general history of the craft and technical variations, to significant artists, composers and literature. A variety of performance techniques, and grips will be explored in accordance to the literature with pedagogical examples of how certain concepts function. Specific attention will be given to achieving complete independence with six mallets, as can be facilitated with the 'Gronemeier' grip.
Artists; Employing; Evolution; Extended; Extended Multiple Mallets; Guide; Gronemeier Grip; Keyboard; Keyboard Percussion; Literature; Mallets; Multiple; Pedagogical; Percussion; Resulting; Survey; Techniques
Music; Music--Instruction and study
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Jones, Timothy Andrew, "A survey of artists and literature employing extended multiple mallets in keyboard percussion: Its evolution, resulting techniques and pedagogical guide" (2003). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 2560.
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