March Zulu

Title: March Zulu
Level of Difficulty: High School
Instrumentation: Jazz Choir or Chorus
(with several auxiliary percussion parts including a standard low “A” marimba)
Performance Time: 5:49
Publisher: Manuscript
Program Notes:

March Zulu” is one of Bukvich’s African inspired pieces. He refers to it as “pseudo-African,” or as his version of what African choral music with percussion might sound like. It was written for open enrollment choir and was an exercise in developing his writing using primary triads and a simple diatonic melody.

Recordings: Details about recording(s):
  • Performer(s): University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music Jazz Choir I
  • Conductor: Daniel Bukvich
  • Location: University of Idaho Administration Auditorium
  • Recording engineer(s): Recording Engineers, University Conferences & Events: Terry Evans, David Nystrom, Hal Logan
  • Digital mastering: Digital Sound Mastering, P.K. Northcutt II

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Recording(s) posted: [2002-09-28 00:00:00]

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