#MarimbaBaby: A Marimba Songbook is the sequel to Mark Ford's first marimba method book, Marimba: Technique Through Music. #MarimbaBaby began as an idea to compose original
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A Cricket Sang and Set the Sun by Blake Tyson is a beautiful, lyrical piece for solo marimba. The opening passages of the piece ebb and flow and create a very reflective mood.
This peaceful work is inspired by the notion that while we cannot change what has happened to us, we have the choice to change how we respond. It is written for unaccompanied solo marimba.
A delightful set of programmatic works that achieved standard repertoire status almost instantly when it was first transcribed 25 years ago. Shorter sets can be selected from the 12 in this collection and
Marimba music doesn't get much heavier than the second half of this set. Even the light and simple movements such as Soldier's March and Wild Rider have a certain Germanic seriousness.
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Advanced marimba solo with a catchy ostinato and an infectious calypso groove.
The primary motif in Julie Spencer's Ask represents a question with no predetermined answer. The piece's harmony and dissonance express the tension between desire, assumptions, expectations,
This familiar work of Spanish composer Isaac Albeniz is best known to concert audiences in its guitar transcription. Rather than base his transcription on one of the many guitar editions, Stevens went back
Written to depict the Camino de Santiago, a 600 mile pilgrimage on foot through western Europe, The Camino by Michael Charles Smith is an intermediate marimba solo that captures the wistful nature