Intermediate-level solo pieces for developing mallet players.
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The Devil, Daniel and Duane is a short, enjoyable solo for first-year keyboard percussionists. It is in a minor key and a bubbly six meter giving it a spooky, mischievous quality. Fun!
A collection of classics arranged for keyboard percussion. These works will assist in the development of coordination, independence and musicality.
The classic tune by Franz Josef Haydn is arranged here for xylophone but can be played on any mallet instrument. The tidy form, graspable melody and straight rhythms make the solo fun and
Showy and fun, this arrangement of a work originally written for violin has become standard piece in the keyboard percussion repertoire.
Famous, fiery, well-known work for xylophone or marimba. Two mallets, with piano accompaniment.
... Like a Burden Too Heavy is a marimba solo written to reflect the struggles and limitations we face as part of the human condition. There is a heaviness and sadness in its harmonic
A collection of progressive solos for the intermediate to advanced player. Several of the solos are on state required lists.
Marimba: Technique Through Music guides the student through several etudes that focus on different musical applications of one specific technique. Each section of the book begins with a brief
Morning Light is a sweet delicate love song or lullaby. The title refers to opening your eyes in the morning and making your dreams become reality. It was written as an encore piece
Northampton is an intermediate four-mallet solo for marimba by Gary Fieldman. The piece utilizes the interval of the perfect fifth throughout. Rhythmically it moves between the meters of 3/4 and
Classical work set for unaccompanied solo marimba.
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