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One of the staples in contemporary mallet literature.
Elegy is the first piece Gordon Stout ever composed for marimba. It consists of moderately difficult four-mallet writing in a legato, rolled style. The composition is influenced in style
Familiar Spanish themes are the backbone of this entertaining work by Pasqual Marquina set for marimba by Earl Hatch. Accessible to the intermediate percussionist. Terrific for a first
Also known as the Natural Boy, this serene etude is constructed of block chords both rolled and unrolled. The full range of the instrument is used keeping character with the dynamic style for
Probably the most well-known of Clair Omar Musser's etudes for solo marimba. A four-mallet piece with brilliant colors!
A flourish of broken and arpeggiated chords moving up and down the instrument form the basis of this flamboyant etude by Clair Omar Musser. Short and sweet, it makes a terrific audition piece or recital
Showy and fun, this arrangement of a work originally written for violin has become standard piece in the keyboard percussion repertoire.
Featuring six contemporary originals for capable vibraphone players, this collection includes performance suggestions and a CD recording. Audio can be downloaded for free from the publisher's
18 beautiful unaccompanied solo arrangements of classical works by Bach, Handel, Mozart and others!
My Lady White is a piece in three distinct, tastefully combined movements. It was reviewed by the Percussive Arts Society as "one of the best new pieces of marimba solo literature to come