This exhilarating percussion ensemble piece was composed to capture the energy and spirit which exists in many African communities. Through the use of the multilineal mode of drumming, which often
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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
Here is a piece for advanced percussion ensemble requiring skill with a number of playing techniques and no small amount of rudimental chops from each player.
A classic work from one of the 20th century's premier composers, arranged for advanced percussion ensemble by David Steinquest.
Inspired by the Book of Revelation, Gillingham's Angels of the Apocalypse is a dramatic work for 5 keyboard percussion and 3 battery percussion that features lush, chromatic harmonies, gorgeous
A delightful, upbeat work by Claude Debussy skillfully arranged for mallet ensemble by I-Jen Fang.
The title of this work is a reference to the geometric formulas and figures used to spur the rhythmic and phrase concepts. The opening section utilizes phrase lengths based on the Pythagorean theorem. The
"Bicksa" is Hungarian for small, sharp knife. Thus, the character of the quartet is best described as sharp, aggressive, and articulate. Each of the four players has a refreshingly manageable
Inspired by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, this piece hits the audience square in the gut just like the master himself.
A nice tight and bright samba scored for large, medium-advanced ensemble.
This quartet set for a circle of drums, buckets, splash cymbals, and mixing bowls gets the heart pumping! It is scored to have the players face each other and share the instruments that border their
With modal melodies and ominous timbres beneath a thin layer of playfulness, Caprice Diabolique delivers! The title translates as "diabolic whim."
A lively classical work originally for piano, arranged here for mallet quintet. Appears on several state and festival lists.
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