Classic romantic work arranged beautifully for eight players on four marimbas.
Chopin's Prelude in E Minor provides the material upon which Hennagin composed a masterful work for a percussion ensemble of ten players. A complete battery of percussion instruments is used to create a
Winner of the 2000 Michael Hennagin Prize in Composition, this twenty-five minute work for an ensemble of twelve players is divided into four movements. It is a truly significant addition to our repertoire.
This three movement work from one of the world's finest composers reflects on ancient Chinese tapestries. A moving and gorgeously expressive work, it will enthrall listeners and challenge all ten
This piece for thirteen players musically depicts the life of a phage virus in a exciting, dynamic, and captivating way. Phage is the ultimate show-stopper for any percussion ensemble concert.
Essentially a two-mallet work for each performer, the Suite for Keyboard Percussion demands excellent technique from all four players. The first and third movements create exciting rhythmical
Steinohrt demonstrated his keen grasp of the keyboard percussion possibilities in his first Two Movements. This work expands on the first, developing timbral ideas among glockenspiel, xylophone,