A powerful and exciting work for 4 percussionists. One of Cirone's most popular ensemble pieces due to its playability and audience appeal.
This quartet is scored for suspended triangle and small snare drum; wood block and large snare drum; castanets and large tom-tom or field drum; suspended cymbal and bass drum. You and your students will
There is an Aristotelian notion that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This is a concept known as emergence. In his quintet Amidst, John Ling has taken this concept to heart,
This quartet set for a circle of drums, buckets, splash cymbals, and mixing bowls gets the heart pumping! It is scored to have the players face each other and share the instruments that border their
You can finally experience the magic of Bizet's masterpiece Carmen with a marimba quartet in this wonderful collection arranged by Ritsuko Nasu! Pure magic!
Flutterings features an almost constant rustling of sound using a wide array of conventional auxiliary percussion instruments and some unconventional found instruments, most notably small pillows,
Imagine that your percussion section just realized that they need to practice their music for a contest performance that’s closing in fast. That's the scenario portrayed in this energetic
Written for the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy, this piece will challenge each performer to play a variety of standard percussion instruments. Through the three connected but distinct sections,
A Simple Prelude is a short work written for the wedding ceremony of friends of the composr, to whom the piece is dedicated. This prelude exists as both a marimba and clarinet quartet.
TetraCurrent is a grooving intermediate marimba quartet featuring syncopated accompanimental tone clusters and memorable melodies.
Written at the grade 4 level to capture the spirit and energy of typical percussionists, Whirlwind by Daniel Fabricius drives! The bright tempo and changing meters may be a bit unsettling at first,
Yurikago is a Japanese folk song by composer Shinsaku Kusakawa. In her description of the piece, arranger Rika Fujii states that it is a song her mother used to sing to her as a
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