Sextet for a combination of mallet instruments and multi-percussion setups. The melodies and grooves reflect the spirit of the title.
In this piece for three players on one marimba, each player plays in every register of the instrument at different times in the music. The work calls for the players to alternate positions behind the
Contest mallet trio scored for xylophone and 2 marimbas.
This melodically driven piece for six percussionists takes on a quirky, toy-like quality with bright keyboard timbres and woody sounds in the battery. It is in three distinct movements titled March for
With modal melodies and ominous timbres beneath a thin layer of playfulness, Caprice Diabolique delivers! The title translates as "diabolic whim."
A staple in the literature from one of the industry's most prolific composers.
A set of three short tunes by jazz great Chick Corea fantastically arranged for advanced mallet quartet! Appears on several state and festival lists.
Discussion is a solid, well-written quartet for unpitched percussion and timpani. As the title implies, the four players toss rhythmic ideas back and forth throughout the piece. Sometimes
Medium-advanced quartet scored for a variety of metal percussion instruments. A wonderful collaboration between two of the greats!
Dragoon opens with bombastic statements in the low drums, leading into call and response with the wooden sounds and the tambourines. The marimbas finally overtake the wooden sounds and form their
Appearing on several state and festival lists, El Muchacho Cicno is a complex, high-energy piece for unpitched percussion and timpani. It blends Latin and orchestral percussion timbres to
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