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1. Africa

Africa

Africa - Toto 1981 Percussion Ensemble Platinum Series 2019 Chip Hancock

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2. L.A

L.A

L.A. was written by Alan McGriff, Tom Griffin, and Chip Hancock

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3. Spanish Dance (Chocolate) - (from the Nutcracker Suite for Percussion)

Spanish Dance (Chocolate) - (from the Nutcracker Suite for Percussion)

This is a movement from my "Nutcracker Suite for Percussion". This is the "Spanish Dance", also known as "chocolate". The scores and parts are available as pdf files with an mp3 file of this performance at chiphancock.com, in the 'shop'. Thanks for listening to my music!

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4. Sweetest Taboo

Sweetest Taboo

Sweetest Taboo Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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5. Maputo

Maputo

Maputo Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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6. Georgy Porgy

Georgy Porgy

Georgy Porgy Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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7. Tequila

Tequila

Tequila Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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8. Light Years

Light Years

Light Years Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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9. Kashmir (Quickie)

Kashmir (Quickie)

Pep Band Music Arrangement by Chip Hancock chiphancock.com

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10. Pessimisticism

Pessimisticism

Pessimisticism Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger, Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger, Mike Lowery - Bass, Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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11. Valdez In The Country

Valdez In The Country

Valdez In The Country Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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12. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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13. Walk The Walk

Walk The Walk

Walk the Walk Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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14. Chester And Bruce

Chester And Bruce

Chester and Bruce Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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15. Pick Up The Pieces

Pick Up The Pieces

Pick Up The Pieces Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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16. What's Going On

What's Going On

What's Going On? Recorded by Express Alan McGriff - Saxophones & arranger Chip Hancock - Drums, percussion, sequencing, & arranger Mike Lowery - Bass Ken Cowan - Keyboards

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17. Chinese Dance (Tea) - (from "Nutcracker Suite for Percussion").

Chinese Dance (Tea) - (from

This piece is the Chinese Dance, also often called "Tea". This is one of 10 movements from my "Nutcracker Suite for Percussion", which has been a 20 year project of passion. Performing the Nutcracker is like a clinic on the most common symphonic percussion instruments. Tchaikovsky was a genius of writing for percussion instruments. Very few school percussionists get the opportunity to perform this brilliant and timeless music. Tchaikovsky’s genius, magic, orchestration concepts, voicing, and nuance are captured in this percussion suite of 10 dances from the Nutcracker Ballet. This arrangement requires at least one 5 octave marimba and at least one glockenspiel with a low F. Instrumentation: 2 sets of Bells (at least 1 with low F), Crotales, 2 Xylophones, 2 Vibraphones, 2 Marimbas (one marimba must be a 5 octave marimba), 4 Timpani, Finger Cymbals, 2 Triangles, Electronic Keyboard with bassoon sound (or 2 bassoon players), Chinese Opera gong (pitch bends up), Chinese Jing Gong (pitch bends down), Chinese Fuyin Gong (small, thin, and low-pitched), 2 Orchestral Tambourines, Castanets, Suspended Cymbal, Bell Tree, and Cymbals. You can purchase this ensemble and immediately download pdf files of the score and parts, and an mp3 file of the piece. Visit my shop at chiphancock.com.

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18. Christmas Jubilee

Christmas Jubilee

Christmas Jubilee was written as a fun setting to teach percussionists various styles and percussion instrumental technique. This work is a collection of old traditional Christmas songs in a not so standard setting. These traditional songs include; Joy to the World, Deck the Halls, I Saw Three Ships, Go Tell It on The Mountain, and Jingle Bells. This was my first Christmas arrangement for percussion, written Thanksgiving weekend of 1986. This is available for purchase as downloadable pdfs of the score and all parts and an mp3 file of the tune. chiphancock.com (in the shop) Instrumentation: Bells, Guiro, Xylophone, Congas, Vibraphone, Cabasa, Bell Plate (or small ship’s bell), Duck Call, Marimba, Chimes, 4 Timpani, Vibraslap, Whip Crack, Drum Set, Temple Blocks, 2 Suspended Cymbals, Tambourine, Claves, Sleigh Bells, Cymbals, Maracas, Siren Whistle, Bass Drum, Triangle, Ocean Drum (or brushes on Bass Drum), and Ratchet. Thanks for listening!

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