Chamber/Ensemble

A Bunch of Roses (Chapi/arr. William Cahn)

$20.00

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Acquiescent Blues

$36.00

My very first composition employing vibes in a solo context. This duo is for EASTHAMA, the mallet duo consisting of Lindsey Eastham and Hiromu Nagahama, who were winners of the Duo Category at the last Southern California International Marimba Compeition in 2013.

My very first composition employing vibes in a solo context. This duo is for EASTHAMA, the mallet duo consisting of Lindsey Eastham and Hiromu Nagahama, who were winners of the Duo Category at the last Southern California International Marimba Compeition in 2013.

An Indian Story (G.H. Green/arr. Bob Becker)

$20.00

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Applause

$11.00

‘Applause’ takes its place alongside such classics of the genre as ‘Let’s Give Them a Hand’ and ‘Syncopate My Afuche’. This is just what the percussion world needs – more pieces without instruments!

‘Applause’ takes its place alongside such classics of the genre as ‘Let’s Give Them a Hand’ and ‘Syncopate My Afuche’. This is just what the percussion world needs – more pieces without instruments!

Aqalani

$35.00

Aqalani is a Navajo greeting which can mean either hello or goodbye. Written for eight players and optional chorus, the percussion are divided into two groups of 4.

Aqalani is a Navajo greeting which can mean either hello or goodbye. Written for eight players and optional chorus, the percussion are divided into two groups of 4.

Atenteben

$25.00

Written in 1982, the seven-player ensemble consists of 4 marimbas (one doubling rattle), double bell, high African drum (may substitute bongo) and low African drum (may substitute conga). Based on Ghanaian melodies.

Written in 1982, the seven-player ensemble consists of 4 marimbas (one doubling rattle), double bell, high African drum (may substitute bongo) and low African drum (may substitute conga). Based on Ghanaian melodies.

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