Paganini’s 24 Caprices, Op.1 for solo violin are the most demanding in the repertoire. Each caprice highlights a particular violin technique, such as cross-string arpeggios in the first and
Accessible Solo Repertoire contains eighteen newly composed or arranged solos with piano accompaniment written at Grades 2 to 2.5. These exciting solos will add something new, fresh, and different
With spiraling melodic passages and unique color combinations between instruments, Aequilibrium is sure to entrance audiences and performers alike.
The idea for AfterBurn simply came from the title and the myriad of ways a fire can burn. What results is a perpetual motion tour-de-force work for both players that takes listeners on a
Inspired by the percussive mallet music of Uganda, each player in this unique piece uses 2 mallets, and all three players play on one 5-octave marimba. Numerous melo-rhythmic lines interlock to form an
Johnson is one of the Big Three of ragtime, along with Joplin and Lamb. This piece in the style of an 1800s fox trot.
Bach's popular Allegro movement from Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 is perfect for mallets in this 6-part arrangement. Ideal for assessment programs.
A timeless melody that has been arranged for almost every combination of instruments and voices imaginable. Here is an Afro-Cuban influenced arrangement for mallet percussion and an accompanying ride cymbal
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The metallic sound of the bells and vibraphones combined with the warm, woody sound of the marimbas expresses the wonder and mysteriousness of the angels who are ever-present in our lives. Fluctuating
Autumnal Overture is an unaccompanied marimba solo that intermixes slow chorale textures with small pockets of groove and a mathematical harmonic style that is dissonant but not abrasive.
These classic two- and four-mallet solos by Harry Breuer are arranged for solo xylophone plus three to four marimbas accompanying. All accompaniments are easy enough for the youngest of keyboard
Ludwig van Beethoven is regarded by many as the greatest composer in the history of music. He was prone to sudden mood swings often reflected in his music. This excerpt from his Piano Sonata 13, Op.27 No. 1