Enjoy this clever setting of Richard Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra! The perfect way to kick off your show!
This piece for four drummers puts forth everything that is fun about playing in odd meter. The combination of dry instruments makes for a clean
Africa Hot by John Wooton is one of the most famous corps-style snare drum solos ever written. It is extremely advanced requiring corps-level finger dexterity and showmanship. Get
This piece will have you packing for the islands with its catchy tune and creative scoring. It calls for lead/tenor pans, double seconds, bass pans or bass guitar, guitar or cello, Drum Set, and
Does your audience want a good show? Of course they do! Scored for drumset and as many plastic and metal garbage cans as you can find, this piece by Ed Argenziano seriously
A classic work from one of the 20th century's premier composers, arranged for advanced percussion ensemble by David Steinquest.
Here is a beautiful arrangement of a classical work by Jean Barriere. It was originally written for two cellos, and works perfectly for mallet ensemble as many string works do!
Alternate Realities is a wonderful choice for middle school ensemble! After a quickly building intro and trade-off section between mallets, battery, and timpani, the piece settles
In the world of technology, Augmented Reality superimposes a computer-generated image on a user's view of the real world. In this musical composition, the melodic motives are drawn from augmented chords and
Driving and exotic piece with a good balance of melody and groove. Scored for nine players.
Spice up your concert with the island dance feel of Bailando la Soca! Hand claps, party hollering, and improv passages flavor this already exciting and uplifting piece scored for 10 to 15 players
Barnstormer is a quality percussion trio by Chris Crockarell. Attributes such as solid arrangement and playability for young players have put this
Here is a piece that is elegant in its subtlety. Even in the second half of the piece when the battery and mallet instruments open up, it stays classy and controlled. Only at the very end do the
Berceuse, arranged by David Steinquest, is an elegant lyrical work for mallet ensemble. Most of the notes are rolled legato, making it a useful training tool for young players as well as
Get your hands clapping with this party number! The perfect blend of soca and salsa will have your audience dancing in the aisles! Everyone enjoy!
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