One of the staples in contemporary mallet literature.
Micheal Barnes' Distance is a moving, reflective piece centering around the separation and termination of relationships between people. The concept of the piece's namesake, distance, can be seen...
Flawed Perfection was composed by Dustin Schulze to convey the idea that both beauty and angst, while contradictory, can often exist together. Schulze's compositional style includes aspects of...
All the fun and excitement of this famous work. Two mallets, xylophone or marimba, piano accompaniment.
As one of the most famous Christian hymns around the world, Chad Floyd transforms Jesus Loves Me into a beautiful new vibraphone arrangement that will be effective regardless of whether the...
A collection of progressive solos for the intermediate to advanced player. Several of the solos are on state required lists.
A classic work by Franz Schubert arranged for two mallet marimba by John Quick.
Smile was composed in 1936 as the love theme for Charlie Chaplin's acclaimed final "silent" movie, Modern Times (even though the characters never spoke, earning the movie its "silent"...
Sonata No. 1 is a challenging four-movement work modeled after the violin sonatas and cello suites of J.S. Bach.
Songs of Venus was created to celebrate several of the women in the composer's immediate and extended family. Represented are grandmothers, mothers, sisters, and nieces, each having a unique and...
Attaching such objects as tambourine jingles, guitar string, coins, aluminum packets filled with rice, and rubber erasers, Von Hansen has created a unique work for solo vibraphone, extending the sonic...
Chad Floyd's solo Summer Treehouse is a wonderful new addition to the marimba repertoire. Both lyrical and groove-based, it strategically places a woodblock between the lower E-flat and G-flat bars...
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