In this piece for three players on one marimba, each player plays in every register of the instrument at different times in the music. The work calls for the players to alternate positions behind the
The Apocryphal Still Life was written upon the request of the Percussive Arts Society to be performed by contestants for the 1996 Vibraphone Competition to be held at that year's PASIC
Here is a technically challenging yet musically light number for vibraphone with piano accompaniment. Its harmonies and rhythms have a hip jazz-fusion feel creating
The aptly titled Elegy for Alpha is an unaccompanied work for four-mallet marimba. Various mallet techniques are used throughout the piece to color the plaintive theme.
The idiomatic abilities of the marimba are showcased in this advanced concert etude by Christopher Deane. Ripple effects, melodies layered on top of rolls, fast-moving block chords and passages
Folded can be looked at as a piece of loose leaf paper folded upon itself at random. Areas of the material are now layered on top of one another in what seems like chaos and disarray, and yet
The Green Road is a wonderful work for unaccompanied 5-octave marimba. The title comes from the composer's nostalgia for a tree-lined country road he traveled as a child. This inspiration
Each piece in this collection came from the Trinity Hymnal, a favorite in Presbyterian churches. The songs were selected for their suitability for marimba and for their textual content. The hymn
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