Combo: Moon + Path + Two Lullabies (free global shipping)
Composer: Adam Tan
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SPECIAL OFFER!!! Purchase this carefully selected combo collection by 13 March 2018 and get free shipping worldwide! The selected combo collection includes Adam Tans' brand new piece 'Moon' and his best-selling work 'Path'. In addition to those two titles, we will also include 'Two Lullabies' by Robert Oetomo.
You can also personalise your purchase by having your name engraved in each of the booklets, but for a limited time only! Go treasure hunting!!!
Normal price (three pieces): 42 EURO (plus shipping costs)
Combo price: 26 EURO (shipping included)!!
Path (Marimba (5-octave)
Moon (4.3 octave)
Two Lullabies (Marimba (5-octave)
Moon by Adam Tan:
Path by Adam Tan:
Lilia's Lullaby (from Two Lullabies) by Robert Oetomo:
About the composer +
Adam Tan is a percussionist from Perth, Western Australia. His favourite instrument is the marimba.
Adam is the host and producer of THE STUDIO, a YouTube show uploading weekly episodes about various topics of percussion, such as gear, technique and tutorials. Since its inception in 2016, THE STUDIO has grown to reach thousands of percussionists of all levels from around the world, receiving critical acclaim from the likes of Casey Cangelosi, Kai Stensgaard and Rob Knopper.
Adam currently holds a Master of Music (Research, Percussion) and Bachelor of Arts in Music with First Class Honours from the University of Western Australia (UWA). He was awarded the Lady Callaway Medal for Music, Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) Prize in Third-Year Performance, ROSL Postgraduate Scholarship, UWA Convocation Graduates Prize in Music, and the Australian Postgraduate Award.
Adam has performed and presented at many local and international events, including the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC), PAS Hong Kong Day of Percussion, Malaysia Percussion Festival, Chosen Vale International Percussion Seminar, Australian Percussion Gathering, Canning World Arts Festival and State of the Art Festival.
Adam has been under the tutelage of Louise Devenish (UWA), Paul Tanner (UWA) and Tim White (WAAPA), and has been mentored by Mark Applebaum (USA), Kuniko Kato (Japan), Doug Perkins (USA), Su Yin Tan (Malaysia), and Nancy Zeltsman (USA).