Superb transcriptions of Bach's three part inventions designed for three-octave instruments (F to F).
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.
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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
Featuring 11 short selections by Hummel, Bach, Beethoven, Schumann, Byrd, Handel, Kabalevsky, Khatchaturian, Shostakovich, and Prokofieff, this marvelous set of duets for advancing players has been a
Duets are essential to all students; not only are they fun, they are great for inspiring diligent practice and attention to detail. These eight pieces are by some of the great masters. Playable on bells,
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 beautiful
Contemplations at the Fountain explores a palette of different emotions: thoughtfulness, doubt, and hope.
For contest, recital or private studio, these ten Grade 3 to 4 duets are playable on any mallet instrument. Mallet and roll suggestions are included. Rock, jazz, ethnic, march, waltz, and contemporary
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
Reading and musicality studies in the form of duets from Al Payson, Principle Percussionist emeritus of the Chicago Symphony. Mr. Payson has arranged these novice to intermediate duets so they can be played
Chad Heiny’s Elements not only serves as a programmatic piece representing natural elements through musical devices such as texture, phrasing, style, and tonality, it also functions as a
Flow like water, because water always seeks the path of least resistance, yet is strong enough to demolish even stone when no recourse is available.
Written in 1814 and for piano and soprano, Schubert’s Gretchen am Spinnrade, or Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel, is one of the most famous examples of Romantic-period German Lied. Its
Kiraka's Lullaby strives to capture the melancholy truth of the life-and-death struggle that constitutes everyday life in some third-world countries. Beginning with what could best be described as
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