This is a transcription of the complete first movement of one of Mozart's best known piano solo works. Both parts are in treble clef and can be performed on marimbas or vibraphones.
An apotheosis is the highest or best part of something. This Apotheosis celebrates the senior recital of the composer's son and was written expressly for that purpose. Composed for two identical...
There’s no denying that Debussy’s lush, lyrical and well-known piece for solo piano is a rich source of unique harmonies, unconventional scales, and other staples of Impressionism. Arranged by...
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing is an 18th-century Christian hymn based upon the American folk tune Nettleton. In Matthew Weyer's arrangement for vibraphone and marimba duo, he brings...
Contemplations at the Fountain explores a palette of different emotions: thoughtfulness, doubt, and hope.
Dark Sky is a dark, intimate journey through a foreboding landscape. Its themes are driven by subtly difficult rhythmic challenges between each player's hands, and between the two marimbas on the...
This collection of duets provides musical and technical challenges for two timpanists performing on three, four, five, and six drums. Performers should be aware that these are duets, not solos, for...
In this challenging duet, a simple fugue is taken through a series of intriguing variations. Midway through the piece, a brief improvisation for each player provides an opportunity to show off their musical...
This timpani duet is a contemporary portrayal of an increasingly animated conversation between two people. As the players communicate through their drums, a variety of solo, tutti and call-and-response...
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