ETUDE -- Timpani Solo (using four Timpani) (1:50)
FICKLE WEATHER (Tone Poem to the elements in four uninterrupted sections: Rain Dance, Showers, Storm, and Clearing after Storm) -- Percussion Sextet (6:40)
Drum Set, Bell Tree, Tambourine, Gong, Antique Cymbals and Hand Cymbals; Bass Drum; 4 Timpani.
Last Movement: Bells, Celeste or Piano, Vibraphone, Marimba, Chimes & Triangle, Cymbal, Timpani.
"Fickle Weather" is featured on the album The First Percussion Sextet (RCA Victor LPM-2352, 1961)
PERCUSSION TRIO -- 3 Bongos, 3 Tom-toms, 3 Timpani (1:20)
RUDIMENTAL COLLISION -- Quintet: 3 Snare Drums, Bass Drum & Cymbals (1:50)
RUDIMENTAL STOMP -- Duet: 1 Snare Drum, 1 Bass Drum (2:15)
TRANSPOSED LIGHT -- Flute Solo, Orchestra, Narrator, & Jazz Percussionist (15:00)
Earl and the other members of The First Percussion Sextet appeared on I've Got a Secret as the "Mystery Guest" (CBS, February 22, 1961)
On the legendary album "The Soul of Jazz Percussion" (Warwick W 5003 ST, NYC, 1960), Earl Zindars plays timpani and percussion with Philly Joe Jones (drums), Booker Little, Donald Byrd, Marcus Belgrave, and Don Ellis (trumpet), Curtis Fuller (trombone), Pepper Adams (baritone), Bill Evans and Mal Waldron (piano), and Paul Chambers (bass).
Earl can also be heard playing drums on the album "This Time The Swing's On Me" with Leon Merian (trumpet), Derek Smith (piano), Clyde Lombardi (bass), and Perry Lopez (guitar). (CELP-447, Seeco Records, 1960)