Superb transcriptions of Bach's three part inventions designed for three-octave instruments (F to F).
Imagine a collection of ten easy to intermediate Cajon duets wrapped into one colossal book. Well, imagine no more. Here it is!
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
Here is a duet for snare drum and tenors by one of the genre's most prolific composers. Terrific for contest!
There simply could not be a more flexible series of ensemble books! You can put together a flute-tuba duet, oboe-French horn duet, or any other combination you wish, including standard combinations such as
This collection of 15 beginning duets contains an entertaining variety of performance pieces aimed at nurturing a musical approach to snare drumming. Students are exposed to the use of dynamics in a
This collection of duets provides musical and technical challenges for two timpanists performing on three, four, five, and six drums. Performers should be aware that these are duets, not solos, for
This work for two percussionists re-creates the famous chess match played in 1956 between Donald Byrne and Bobby Fischer. It was dubbed The Game of the Century. In its musical rendering, The Game of the
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
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
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