Chamber/Ensemble

Concerto for Five Timpani and Orchestra Op. 31

Available For Rental Only

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

This concerto is destined to become one of the most important and often-performed works in the solo timpani literature. Although it was composed and premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s, it has been unpublished and unavailable until it was “rescued” by Leigh Howard Stevens (at the composer’s request).

Concerto for Marimba and Orchestra

Available For Rental Only

Winner of what may have been the earliest marimba composition contest ever held, the Sarmientos was premiered by Vida Chenoweth in 1957. A three-movement work of great vitality with Guatemalan-influenced rhythms and melodies, it is performable by any good collegiate marimbist.

Winner of what may have been the earliest marimba composition contest ever held, the Sarmientos was premiered by Vida Chenoweth in 1957. A three-movement work of great vitality with Guatemalan-influenced rhythms and melodies, it is performable by any good collegiate marimbist.

Concerto for Marimba and Percussion Ensemble

$69.00

This concerto is based on thematic materials in both the solo and ensemble part that are transformed through polyrhythmic textures, changing meters, shifting rhythmic subdivisions and imitative counterpoint.

This concerto is based on thematic materials in both the solo and ensemble part that are transformed through polyrhythmic textures, changing meters, shifting rhythmic subdivisions and imitative counterpoint.

Concerto for Timpani, Percussion and Winds

$120.00

Concerto for Timpani, Percussion and Winds was commissioned and composed in 2004 for Robert McCormick and the University of South Florida Percussion Symphonic Wind Ensemble. In this concerto, the solo timpanist, winds and percussion section interact equally in the transformation and development of thematic materials.

Concerto for Timpani, Percussion and Winds was commissioned and composed in 2004 for Robert McCormick and the University of South Florida Percussion Symphonic Wind Ensemble. In this concerto, the solo timpanist, winds and percussion section interact equally in the transformation and development of thematic materials.

Desperate Attitudes

$60.00

“Desperate Attitudes” is already accepted and established as a standard repertoire work. “In your face” mallet parts with a really “urban” edge, but it also has tremendous lyrical and harmonic impact.

“Desperate Attitudes” is already accepted and established as a standard repertoire work. “In your face” mallet parts with a really “urban” edge, but it also has tremendous lyrical and harmonic impact.

Faces

$60.00

A concerto for marimba/vibraphone in which the soloist’s role is not traditional, as in the classical style concerto. The piece consists of seven fairly short movements. Each one with its own character. Duration: 23 min. approx.

A concerto for marimba/vibraphone in which the soloist’s role is not traditional, as in the classical style concerto. The piece consists of seven fairly short movements. Each one with its own character. Duration: 23 min. approx.

Fandango 13 for Six Percussionists

$46.00

Fandango 13 is a virtuosic burst of energy from beginning to end. It was premiered by the Eastman Percussion Ensemble at PASIC 2013 and dedicated to those players who brought it to life so brilliantly.

Fandango 13 is a virtuosic burst of energy from beginning to end. It was premiered by the Eastman Percussion Ensemble at PASIC 2013 and dedicated to those players who brought it to life so brilliantly.

Four Faces

$68.00

Four Faces is scored for 5.0 marimba soloist, four percussionists, and electric bass. Rhythmically extremely interesting, and not at all like any other music for marimba solo and percussion quartet. Check it out!

Four Faces is scored for 5.0 marimba soloist, four percussionists, and electric bass. Rhythmically extremely interesting, and not at all like any other music for marimba solo and percussion quartet. Check it out!

Lights of the Forest

$66.00

Lights of the Forest is a loosely programmatic piece. It is inspired by a series of images of light in a forest: the setting sun through the trees, a campfire of a traveler, the glowing eyes of a predator, the glow of bioluminescent life forms, stars peering through the boreal canopy, first light as night recedes.”I really enjoyed this piece for its complexity of techniques, orchestration, and level of difficulty.”-Percussive Notes

Lights of the Forest is a loosely programmatic piece. It is inspired by a series of images of light in a forest: the setting sun through the trees, a campfire of a traveler, the glowing eyes of a predator, the glow of bioluminescent life forms, stars peering through the boreal canopy, first light as night recedes.”I really enjoyed this piece for its complexity of techniques, orchestration, and level of difficulty.”-Percussive Notes

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