Ad Astra is an homage to the state of Kansas whose state motto is "Ad Astra Per Aspera" or "To the Stars Through Difficulty." This composition is an exploration of minimalism, composite
The difficulty of this marching groove powerhouse stems from the use of hemiola throughout the piece and occasional mixed meter. The snare, timpani and tom parts are great for showcasing more advanced
From the music of Green Day, this extremely driving percussion sextet will add a lot of excitement to your next concert. Written solely for keyboard instruments, this also has a driving drumset part
Henry Mancini's infectious melody from the film "Hatari!"comes to life in this arrangement by Will Rapp. Looking for a tune that your audience will be humming long after the curtain goes down? Look no
Black Rainbow is a work for 6 solo percussionists and symphonic band (piano in this version) that explores the elusive and mystical moonbow, a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of
When Miles Davis plays, people listen. From the album, Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet, this arrangement delivers! Make your jazz fans happy, and perhaps get a few new ones! Smooth!
Simple, playable melodies and a Bossa groove combine to form this crowd-pleasing percussion sextet. It is scored for two unspecified mallet instruments, claves, bongos, two timpani, and suspended
Well crafted piece accessible to beginning ensembles.
A Dance On Three Legs is a percussion ensemble piece with constantly shifting meter, hence the title. It also has constantly changing texture and dynamics to add interest. Six players
Daydreams features several memorable melodic lines and an overarching A-B-A structure that provides harmonic depth as well. The addition of active hand drum grooves makes for a complete musical
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