Haunting, melody-based ostinati make up the bulk of this two-mallet piece for unaccompanied marimba. "Anasazi" is a word that refers to ancient pueblo peoples of the American...
Here is a two-mallet, unaccompanied solo for marimba. It is constructed entirely of rolled open harmonies allowing the player to be creative with the dynamics. Terrific for a first...
One of the staples in contemporary mallet literature.
A collection of medium to advanced four-mallet marimba solos.
The aptly titled Elegy for Alpha is an unaccompanied work for four-mallet marimba. Various mallet techniques are used throughout the piece to color the plaintive theme.
Elegy is the first piece Gordon Stout ever composed for marimba. It consists of moderately difficult four-mallet writing in a legato, rolled style. The composition is influenced in style...
Familiar Spanish themes are the backbone of this entertaining work by Pasqual Marquina set for marimba by Earl Hatch. Accessible to the intermediate percussionist. Terrific for a first...
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Etude in D minor is a three-mallet work with and emphasis on two-hand coordination. The piece is pleasantly tonal and lays nicely on the instrument.
This classic work by Claude Debussy lends itself perfectly to keyboard percussion. The arpeggiated melodies lay comfortably under the mallets, capturing the spirit of the original work.
This work for solo marimba was inspired by a dried-up riverbed, a result of the deadly drought in Central Texas during the summer of 2000. Written in an ABA form, the opening section depicts the flow of the...
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