Superb transcriptions of Bach's three part inventions designed for three-octave instruments (F to F).
Featuring 11 short selections by Hummel, Bach, Beethoven, Schumann, Byrd, Handel, Kabalevsky, Khatchaturian, Shostakovich, and Prokofieff, this marvelous set of duets for advancing players has been a
Duets are essential to all students; not only are they fun, they are great for inspiring diligent practice and attention to detail. These eight pieces are by some of the great masters. Playable on bells,
For contest, recital or private studio, these ten Grade 3 to 4 duets are playable on any mallet instrument. Mallet and roll suggestions are included. Rock, jazz, ethnic, march, waltz, and contemporary
Reading and musicality studies in the form of duets from Al Payson, Principle Percussionist emeritus of the Chicago Symphony. Mr. Payson has arranged these novice to intermediate duets so they can be played
Kiraka's Lullaby strives to capture the melancholy truth of the life-and-death struggle that constitutes everyday life in some third-world countries. Beginning with what could best be described as
Translated as The Beloved One, La Querendona is a beautiful duet for vibraphone and marimba written in the style of the Puerto Rican Danza. It is characterized by lyrical melodies juxtaposed
Merge is a duet for two marimbas written to be performed at the wedding of Lane and Ashley, friends of the composer. It appropriately reflects its inspiration with upbeat tonalities and
Composed between 1827–1846 and considered among some of the finest works for solo piano ever written, Frederic Chopin's Nocturnes remain widely-performed today, easily distinguishable by his
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
Written to fill a void in accessible duet literature for keyboard percussion, Songs of the Human Spirit explores combinations of 2 marimbas, 2 vibraphones, and vibraphone/marimba throughout the 15
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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