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Robin Binon

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Trois Pièces pour les Percussions
« on: April 17, 2016, 03:05 PM »
My name is Robin Binon, I’m a studying percussion at Lemmens Institute and I’m in my 3rd year. For my bachelor year I’m writing a dissertation. This dissertation is about the piece Trois Pieces Pour Les Percussions of Alain Bernaud, which I’m also playing on my final exam, and in particularly the different difficulties of playing this piece. For this I’m doing a survey about these difficulties. Therefore I’m wondering if someone played this piece and want to compleet this survey. (You would be a hero!!!)
-       What passages did you find difficult to practice?
-   Which of these passages took the longest to get perfect?
-   What did you think of this work? Above/under level, or just achievable to play?
-   Was the interaction with the accompaniment difficult?
-   Was the notation clear?
-   E.g.: In the second part with the set-up, the percussion-part is written on three staves: did you find this difficult to read?
-   Which techniques did you find difficult? E.g.: snare techniques, timpani techniques, …


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Re: Trois Pièces pour les Percussions
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2016, 04:20 PM »
I am, unfortunately, not familiar with this piece.

Good luck with your research and performance.


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