Utilizing a large array for percussion orchestra, piano, and synthesizer, various natural sounds such as bird calls, organic wooden effects, and leafy bundle rods are used to embellish the modern
On your mark...get set...rotate! Wait, what? That's right, rotate! In this piece, percussionists physically move to other positions onstage to play different instruments (and try to stay in the right place
Scored for four mallet percussion instruments, but each part can be doubled, tripled, or even quadrupled to suit the needs of any ensemble. The mallet parts are accompanied by a rhythm section comprised of
Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp minor left a lasting impression on audiences when it was first premiered. It became so popular that it garnered many pseudonyms throughout the world such as The Burning
Hypnotizing and intense, this piece for mallet sextet plus cajon will hit your audience straight between the eyes!
Originally written for piano, this piece lends itself superbly to large percussion ensemble as demonstrated by this awesome arrangement!
Carol of the Bells, originally written by Ukranian composer Mykola Leontovych, is one of the most famous pieces of holiday music in existence and was consequently the most famous piece he composed.
For four mallet parts, bass drum, cymbals, temple block and three timpani.
An original rag arranged for solo xylophone, four marimba parts, and optional string bass and percussion parts.
This movement from Camille Saint-Saens' famous piano duet is scored for bells, xylophone, three marimbas, and timpani.
This feature for seven percussionists and electronic track was inspired by the myth of Glaucus and Scylla in Ovid's Metamorphoses. The piece follows the outline of the myth, which is filled with
Originally for bells and vibraphone found in Duology, Daughtrey's collection of duets for young percussionists, Sea of Tranquility has been expanded here for full percussion ensemble. Much
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