Imani

('Faith', A Kwanzaa Celebration)

Sean O'Loughlin

Carl Fischer Performance Series
Full Score - Large
Performing Ensemble: Concert Band
Instrumentation: Flute I, Horn II, Tenor I, Tenor II, Baritone (in Treble Clef), Baritone (Bass Clef), Trumpet III, Mallet Percussion I, Bells, Bass Clarinet (in Bb), Percussion I, Flute II, Xylophone, Tuba, Horn I, Mallet Percussion II, Marimba, Tambourine, Bass Drum, Sn
Item Number: CPS12F
Number of Pages: 32
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print

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Imani, which means faith, is the seventh day of Kwanzaa, the African and African-American celebration of family and culture. This challenging and colorful piece rises from its quiet chant-like opening (involving part of the band singing the "Imani" tune) to a sonorous major climax at measure 51. The faster section that follows makes brilliant use of an enlarged percussion section that includes a number of ethnic instruments (Log drums, Congas, Claves, et. al.) This is a terrific multicultural selection that will have many uses for holiday programs and contest performances. Duration: 6'

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