Johnson is one of the Big Three of ragtime, along with Joplin and Lamb. This piece in the style of an 1800s fox trot.
George Hamilton Green's xylophone rags are well known and loved by today's keyboard percussion players and audiences around the world. They are exciting, challenging and really fun to play. Now, in this
This slow-grooving soca piece takes us to a faraway island. With the ocean breeze on your skin, not a cloud in the sky, and nothing but beautiful blue water in sight, you can sit in Coconut Bay and
3rd place winner - PAS Italy Composition Contest - 2008! Lively duet in a jazz/rock style, great interaction between parts - for 4 1/3 octave marimba. College/Professional level.
One of Scott Joplin's lesser-known ragtime pieces, Eugenia is a much more expansive piece than most rags with a few surprising extended sections. In this more advanced arrangement for solo
This uptempo calypso piece was written to musically portray the feeling that you have when everything in life is going well. Whether it be a sunny day sitting on an island somewhere, the rain falling on a
Funny Folks is a simple, catchy, and upbeat ragtime piece arranged here for solo xylophone and marimba quartet. The xylophone part is characterized by a largely single-line melody, with very
Claude Debussy's playful work, originally written for piano, arranged for marimba by Harry Marvin Jr. A delightful classic!
William Bolcom composed Graceful Ghost as one of three rags for piano in the early 1970's. Written in memory of his father, it is now considered his most famous work. In this adaptation for
Gray Fox Rag adds Ryan Garner's own flavor to the genre of ragtime. However; like the gray fox itself, the piece is not what it seems. The piece explores some odd phrases of seven bars as well as a
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The infectious melody and groove that Zambito has infused into I Need a Name will have you begging for more. Simple to put together and loads of fun!
After a free, rhapsodic introduction in which each section has their moment in the spotlight, the piece takes off at a fairly brisk pace. As the piece progresses, the tempo continues to accelerate to
Are you looking for a smooth calypso for you next steel drum band performance? Treat your band and audience to the sound of the islands with the popular traditional Caribbean song, Jamaica
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