Compositions
Daryl Runswick

(b. 1946)
Daryl Runswick is a classically trained English composer, arranger, musician, producer and educationalist. He started playing bass with leading UK jazz musicians in the mid-60s, including Dick Morrissey and John Dankworth, with whom he would tour and compose for extensively for some 12 years. In 1969, he was a member of the Lionel Grigson-Pete Burden Quintet, and in 1972 he played and recorded with the Ian Hamer Septet, a band in which he coincided with Tubby Hayes, among others, and throughout the 1970s he was also a member of the London Jazz Four. As a session musician he later branched out into more popular music, including appearing on the first The Alan Parsons Project recording and working with Elton John.

Composition timpani and percussion requirements

Four Nocturnes

No Timpani + 2 percussion
Timpani, temple block set, vibraphone, 2 suspended cymbals, 5 tom toms, triangle, orchestral bass drum, glockenspiel, xylophone, soft bell, snare drum, 3 tam tams, 2 tubular bells, wood block
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I am a Donut

No Timpani + 2 percussion
2 timpani, 3 tam tams, 2 timbales, 4 drums (toms), pedal bass drum, xylorimba, vibraphone
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Songs of Love and Farewell

No Timpani + 2 percussion
4 gongs, 3 tam tams, 4 drums (toms), 4 sistrum, orchestral bass drum, pedal bass drum, Chinese cymbal, snare drum, cabassa, vibraphone, hi hat, bongos, sleigh bells, 2 octaves crotales, tubular bells, bamboo chimes
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