With spiraling melodic passages and unique color combinations between instruments, Aequilibrium is sure to entrance audiences and performers alike.
Based on a piano work by Leopold Mozart, Anglaise Melody is perfect for any middle school program. It calls for five players but only one marimba, xylophone, and bells are needed.
A classic Leroy Anderson piece newly arranged for percussion quintet! Scored for three xylophone "soloists" and two accompanying marimbas, this medium level ensemble will be a great addition to any
Scored for marimba quartet, bells, and xylophone, Larson's arrangement of Ding Dong! Merrily on High sparkles from the opening bell tones through the clever mixed meter all the way to the
Folded can be looked at as a piece of loose leaf paper folded upon itself at random. Areas of the material are now layered on top of one another in what seems like chaos and disarray, and yet
Chris Retschulte takes advantage of the timbral spectrum of mallet percussion to create an effective setting of Beethoven’s wildly famous Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, better known as Fur
Gray Fox Rag adds Ryan Garner's own flavor to the genre of ragtime. However; like the gray fox itself, the piece is not what it seems. The piece explores some odd phrases of seven bars as well as a
Made famous by the film The Firm, this piece composed by Dave Grusin and arranged by David Steinquest gets all ten toes tappin'! It is scored for two vibraphones, two marimbas, and
Ludwig van Beethoven's instantly recognizable work for piano is beautifully arranged here for mallet quintet. Your audience will love it!
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