A classic Leroy Anderson piece newly arranged for percussion quintet! Scored for three xylophone "soloists" and two accompanying marimbas, this medium level ensemble will be a great addition to any
Here is a tried and true piece for beginning ensemble. Each line is playable by a first year percussionist. The way the lines fit together make for a enjoyably primal piece. Narration provided on
This quintet scored for concert percussion section calls for snare drum and suspended cymbal; field drum and triangle; crash cymbals and castanets; bass drum and tambourine; 2 timpani and bells or
Holy moly is this one fun! All you need is five percussionists, five chairs, a table, some plastic cups, and an audience ready to be entertained!
Scored for marimba quartet, bells, and xylophone, Larson's arrangement of Ding Dong! Merrily on High sparkles from the opening bell tones through the clever mixed meter all the way to the
This is a challenging work for the solo timpanist. Pitch changes and extreme expression are some of the demanding characteristics found in this piece.
This drum-battle-style snare drum quintet is the pure definition of intense! Loaded with flash but still accessible to a high school ensemble. The piece simply refuses to be forgotten!
Scored for cowbell and marimba; vibraphone; triangle and (shared) marimba; drumset; four timpani; tambourine. Listed on various lists as either or both a quintet and sextet.
Chris Retschulte takes advantage of the timbral spectrum of mallet percussion to create an effective setting of Beethoven’s wildly famous Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, better known as Fur
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