Karakurenai | Crimson
For Any Instrumentation or Number of Performers.
1 - Score ($30.00)
2 - Scores ($40.00)
Add on PDF option ($15.00)
(Note: You MUST purchase a physical copy to add on the PDF option.)
Scores available in:
• C (Treble Clef, Non-Transposing Instruments)
• C (Bass Clef, Non-Transposing Instruments)
• Bb (for Bb Transposing Instruments)
• Eb (for Eb Transposing Instruments)
• Prepared Steel Pan (Scordatura: Poster Tack or Magnets)
All of the scores sound in the same key.
(The first note of all scores sounds B natural concert pitch)
Notes for the Prepared Steel Pan Version:
The original steel pan version is prepared with cylindrical magnets or poster tack placed on four pitches (C, G, D, & A). These preparations cause the four notes to drop a semitone and produce a muted timbre (for example, using these preparations, 'C,' the lowest note of the instrument, sounds like a muted 'B,' one half-step below the original). The ostinato, or repeated pattern, in the right hand is played with the cardboard tube of a dry cleaner coat hanger, while the left hand plays the melody with a wooden chopstick.
Audio available on innova Recordings #801
Andy Akiho - No One To Know One
December 15, 2007
Andy Akiho, Steel Pan
The Players Theater
New York, NY
Premiere Recording: June 2010 at Firehouse 12 in New Haven, CT.
(Engineer, Greg DiCrosta) Andy Akiho - Prepared Steel Pan
Andy Akiho, Prepared Tenor Steel Pan