Here's a classic! This popular rudimental snare drum solo is on just about every recommended music list there is, and for good reason! A true rite passage for all snare drummers!
A classic work from one of the 20th century's premier composers, arranged for advanced percussion ensemble by David Steinquest.
Stretched, warped, distorted, de-tuned, and mangled. Such was the fate of the recordings composer Pat Jacobs made using only a snare drum in order to create the fresh and energetic soundscape that
Quintet for unpitched percussion instruments. It features a large array of concert and marching drums and auxiliary percussion instruments. The piece is set up in such a way that the performers face inward
Written for snare drum, kick drum, and hi-hat, Amalgamation features stylistic elements of famed French percussionist Jacques Delcluse and the popular New York percussionist Joseph Tompkins.
Melody and rhythm marry beautifully in Paul Halley’s exuberant and joyful work made famous by the Paul Winter Consort. It is sure to be a high point of any ensemble concert!
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When writing Aquatic, Russell Wharton found inspiration in the same place as much of his work: the physical world. This time around, he explores oceanic life, which he describes as "friendly,
Chad Heiny’s brilliant piece Bad Juju juxtaposes deep African grooves played on traditional instruments and dissonant harmonic material played on three marimbas to create a feeling of uneasy
This collection of 15 pieces includes a wide variety of music from the Baroque era, adapted as two-, three- and four-mallet marimba solos. Each piece contains its own technical and musical challenges, as
At the first performance of Beethoven’s immortal Seventh Symphony, the audience demanded an encore of the second movement immediately following its premiere. This adaptation of Joachim
This piece for full percussion orchestra calls for a few rare instruments found in the region of Nepal, which give the piece a unique sound. Instruments like Himalayan yak bells, singing bowl, bamboo wind
Premiered in Paris in 2002, Blue Identity it received its U.S. premiere at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. Originally scored for a marimba soloist with four percussionists,
An exciting bluesy piece that will be a blast for an advanced percussion ensemble to perform. This piece features exciting moments that vary from fast-paced ensemble sections to reduced grooves in the style
Nick Werth’s Boom Bap is an advanced ensemble piece for percussion sextet. The term “boom bap” refers to an onomatopoeia for the prominent percussive sounds in hip-hop: kick and