Scored for two drum sets, Drum-e Piece No. 2 certainly stands out from other multi-percussion duets! Split rhythmic lines between the players, street beats, and improvised solos are all
Do you like the feeling of freedom when playing a piece of music? Do you particularly enjoy upbeat soca, or the relaxing vibes of one drop? Then this is the piece for you! It captures both of these styles
Insomnia is a challenging duet consisting of colorful harmonies meant to portray the free and flowing nature of the human spirit. The challenge in performing the piece lies in lining up fast
The Last Dance is a wonderfully intricate work for marimba and multiple percussion that gives both performers equal time in the spotlight. The form and flawless interplay make this piece a joy from
Mutual Interest was written in recognition of the need for quality percussion duets at the intermediate level for students with limited instrument resources or rehearsal space. Each piece uses
Numerologies is a comparative exploration of sounds between the steel pan and violin. The performers exclusively use extended techniques morphing the characteristic sounds of the instruments to
One performer plays marimba and the other plays vibraphone and marimba in this duet from Israeli composer V. Torchinsky. Opening with a free setting, it gradually takes on a more structured shape with fast
Written to fill a void in accessible duet literature for keyboard percussion, Songs from the Infinite Plane is, in essence, a song book for vibraphone & marimba. Each melodically-driven duet is
Commonly known as incomprehensible, esoteric, technological jargon, Technobabble is a short, challenging, and energy-fueled keyboard duet that explores sections of intense grooving dissonance
Unclear Faces represents a point, any point, in someone's life when it is unclear what is happening. The piece creates a sense of escape in a time of uneasiness. It showcases its theme through a
Déja vu is the phenomenon when an event, situation, or conversation, currently occurring but having never happened before, feels oddly and inexplicably familiar. Vuja de is the exact opposite. It
A celebration of the life of the composer's grandfather, You Can't Get There From Here is a beautiful intermediate duet for vibraphone and marimba that would be appropriate in any number of
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