Paganini’s Caprice No. 24 (originally for violin) is the famous theme and variations on which countless composers have written their own “Paganini Variations.” When Jasmine Choi recorded
Rhapsodic in its form, Chorea Luna is an intermediate four-mallet marimba solo by Max Marsillo. The piece weaves in and out of various themes, each with their own unique emotional qualities and
Drift is a virtuosic tour-de-force for 2 mallet unaccompanied marimba.
Fields is a dynamic, advanced concert solo for five-octave marimba. Its three movements include free passages with wistful chorales and sections comprising smooth connect rolls. In contrast,
William Kraft's French Suite is one of the most famous and widely performed solos in the literature. A true rite of passage for all percussionists!
Halley's Comet was composed as the obligatory piece for the 2015 I Concurso para Marimba Maestro Zeferino Nadayapa. The title of the work comes from a periodic comet that orbits the sun and is
Commissioned in memory of renowned oboist/pedagogue John Mack, the title hints at how influential teachers shape their students' internal dialogues. Cast in two movements, the first (Ricercare doloroso)
Written for the composer's new-born daughter, More of Us is sweet, spunky, and a little off-balance, just like her! It is sure to be a great addition to a high-school or college recital.
Many of Bach's best-known works have been transcribed for the marimba and carefully selected for this collection with the developing mallet player in mind. Each work is presented in versions for both two
Musings for Xylophone is a set of four short, contrasting vignettes for two mallet, unaccompanied xylophone. Perfect for lessons, studio class, and recitals!
Nyumbani is a gorgeous three movement work for solo marimba appropriate for a advanced high-school or college marimbist. Each movement is programmatic and meant to evoke 3 different sonic tableaus
A great choice for a semi-experienced performer looking to showcase his or her abilities with… you guessed it… the paradiddle. At 196 bpm, the piece will keep performer and audience alike on