Written for the Paris Conservatoire contest, Myriades is a piece by François Dupin, for Drums and Piano accompaniment. Dedicated to Jacques Delécluse, this volume includes score, parts and a scheme describing how to organise the Drums in the room.
Considered as very difficult (8°), this piece requires some really good knowledge of the instruments and some strong abilities. However, this great work is really interesting to play and should be really appreciated by the audience. It can be used for a contest or a recital.
François Dupin (1931-1994) is a French musician and composer who studied at the Paris Conservatoire, won First Prizes, including for composition, and who dedicated his life to teach the Drums.