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Spare Change. Gottry, Josh


Spare Change


Josh Gottry



Uitgever C.alan Publications
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  • Bells (may double or substitute Vibraphone)
  • Xylophone (may double or substitute Marimba)
  • Marimba (4-octave)
  • Timpani (4)
  • Triangle
  • Agogo Bells (may double or substitute Cowbell)
  • Temple Blocks (3 pitches; may double or substitute Woodblocks)
  • Bongos (may double or substitute Congas)
  • Snare Drum
  • Bass Drum (lightly muffled; may double or substitute Floor Tom)


Spare Change was written specifically for the C. Alan Publications Ignite Series which features entertaining yet flexible pieces for young percussion ensembles. This piece is based on George Gershwin's "Rhythm Changes," opening with a 4-bar groove introduction, followed by two complete choruses of the standard 32-bar form. The xylophone part features the melodic material with the bells overlaying a harmonically-based descant. The marimba and timpani carry the bass line and chord changes and the percussion parts are reasonably repetitive, allowing the ensemble to lock into a solid underlying groove. The "rhythm section" does get a little feature time, however, at the start of the second chorus. ABOUT THE COMPOSER Josh Gottry's (b. 1974) first composition, Irrelevant for solo marimba, earned him an ASCAP Young Composer Competition grant in 1995. Since that time, he has been selected for numerous ASCAP Plus awards and has created over forty published works that have been performed extensively at universities, junior high and high schools, and multiple national conferences. Mr. Gottry earned his BM in Percussion Performance at Northern Arizona University and his MM in Composition at Arizona State University. He is currently an adjunct professor of music at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, teaching courses in music theory, composition, and percussion. Additionally, Mr. Gottry works with percussion ensembles and private students at all grade levels as a clinician and within his private lesson studio. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society (PAS), the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), and the Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI), and is a clinician for Mike Balter Mallets, Pro-Mark Sticks, and Yamaha Percussion. Mr. Gottry currently serves as President for the Arizona State Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society, is a member of the PAS Education and Composition Committees, and has presented clinics at the Arizona Music Educators Association Conference and the Percussive Arts Society International Convention.