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sink by Kevin Zetina (DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)

sink by Kevin Zetina (DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)

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I originally wrote sink (2019) to be a fun math-rock inspired pop song to play with my friends. While writing I was consistently inspired by artists like The Kraken Quartet, TTNG, and Plini. Unfortunately, shortly after the piece was finished at the end 2019, there was a global pandemic. Luckily, it was only a few years later that my students at the University of Tennessee were able to finally premiere the piece. Many rhythms in the piece revolve around the number five, and while this can result in some tricky rhythmic passages, when well executed the end result is still easy and fun to groove along to. I am extremely grateful to my students Trik Gass, Annika Blackburn, Zac Swafford, and Burke Rivet for bringing this piece to life.

— Kevin Zetina, composer

Instrumentation (4 players):

  • Vibraphone 
  • Piano
  • Floor tom/glock
  • Drum set/desk bells

Length: ca. 4:30

Specs: Digital Download PDFs (1 score, 4 parts) 814.72KB, 5 files total, Advanced level. 

About the Composer:

Kevin Zetina is a passionate performer, composer, and arranger of all things contemporary whether it be performing seminal works of the last century, premiering or writing brand new works, or arranging popular music for contemporary classical ensembles. As a percussionist, he has performed with members of Eighth Blackbird, Ensemble Signal, the JACK Quartet, and the Bang on a Can All-Stars. Having grown up as a guitarist playing various sorts of death metal, Kevin has always been drawn to music that is experimental in nature. In this effort to push musical experimentation, Kevin started the first student-run new music ensemble at the Yale School of Music: Versicolor. The group champions composers who would otherwise be underrepresented and provides a space for contemporary music at Yale. Kevin has played frequently with the Austin based contemporary chamber music group, Density 512 and has served as the Production Director for the Nief-Norf Summer Festival.

Kevin currently serves as Lecturer of Percussion at the University of Tennessee Knoxville where he teaches applied lessons to percussion majors, Percussion Methods to Music Education majors, and directs the UT Chamber Percussion Ensemble. He holds a BM from the Eastman School of Music with the Howard Hanson Scholarship where he studied with Michael Burritt, and he earned his MM and MMA degrees from Yale University as a Havemeyer Scholarship recipient under Robert van Sice. More info at

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