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Over twenty years in the making, since I visited the source of the Bosna River. It took me that long to figure out how to put it all together.
As usual, the drum part is meant to be suggestive rather than prescriptive, but it should not be too cluttered.
Mallets: 1. The default mallet instrument is vibraphone, if the other options are not available. 2. The middle section really should be played on hammered dulcimer. I used zither in order to get the approximate sound on Sibelius. If hammered dulcimer is not available, use vibes per note #1.
Solos: 1. Solos may be taken by any instrument, or even alternatives such as soprano sax, flute, flugelhorn, etc. 2. Piano and vibes may take solos, as the other maintains the ostinato. 3. The final solo may end at F, continue to G, or until the sound is overtaken by the other instruments.
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