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In Black Racer, Brian Blume has crafted an effective piece for intermediate percussion quartets to hone their chamber ensemble skills while communicating intensity and musical sensitivity. Each
This popular Latin number published over 35 years ago features knee slapping, finger snapping and hand clapping sounds for multiples of four musicians with an equal number of players on each
This quartet set for a circle of drums, buckets, splash cymbals, and mixing bowls gets the heart pumping! It is scored to have the players face each other and share the instruments that border their
This challenging quartet focuses on frequent interactions of polyrhythms and quintuplets, with a small instrumentation allowing for a variety of programming options.
You can finally experience the magic of Bizet's masterpiece Carmen with a marimba quartet in this wonderful collection arranged by Ritsuko Nasu! Pure magic!
This quartet collection of 13 keyboard, vocal and instrumental pieces covering the Baroque to the 20th Century periods can be played together in harmony by any number or combination of instruments.
This driving, high energy piece for four multi-percussionists is written especially for advanced groups. As the title suggests, the parts cleverly interweave, making for an exciting piece to
The second in a series of marimba quartets, Digital Dances No. 2 is heavily influenced by electronic dance music and video game music. The piece combines a constant driving pulse with unexpected
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