Chamber/Ensemble

Eisenhower’s Rondo

$25.00

In this work from the 1970’s, Stout celebrates the spirit of the Balkan people. Infectious rhythms and advanced techniques make this work a joy to perform and to listen to.

In this work from the 1970’s, Stout celebrates the spirit of the Balkan people. Infectious rhythms and advanced techniques make this work a joy to perform and to listen to.

Mirages

$48.00

Mirages is an original piece with four movements written for vibraphone, marimba, double bass, drums and clarinet/bass clarinet. The composition expresses four different musical moods and personalities.

Mirages is an original piece with four movements written for vibraphone, marimba, double bass, drums and clarinet/bass clarinet. The composition expresses four different musical moods and personalities.

Mosaics

$35.00

Ewazen’s combination of flute, bassoon, and marimba is exquisite, as is his writing. This four-movement work is perfect for any recital. 5.0 octave marimba required.

Ewazen’s combination of flute, bassoon, and marimba is exquisite, as is his writing. This four-movement work is perfect for any recital. 5.0 octave marimba required.

Never in Word

$35.00

(1998) Soprano solo and 4 players – marimba, vibraphone, 3va glockenspiel/crotales and piano. All parts are challenging. Soprano requires high B-flat. 10 minutes.

(1998) Soprano solo and 4 players – marimba, vibraphone, 3va glockenspiel/crotales and piano. All parts are challenging. Soprano requires high B-flat. 10 minutes.

Old Man Jazz (Gene Quaw/arr. Yurika Kimura)

$22.00

Old Man Jazz was composed (both music and lyrics) by Gene Quaw, and published in 1920 by Jos. W. Stern & Co. The original sheet music has the subtitle “An Eccentric Fox Trot Song.” The All Star Trio (George Hamilton Green, xylophone, F. Wheeler Wadsworth, tenor saxophone, and Victor Arden, piano) recorded a very clever version of the piece for Victor Records (#18699) in 1920. This transcription arrangement is based on the All Star Trio recording, with reference to the original sheet music.

Old Man Jazz was composed (both music and lyrics) by Gene Quaw, and published in 1920 by Jos. W. Stern & Co. The original sheet music has the subtitle “An Eccentric Fox Trot Song.” The All Star Trio (George Hamilton Green, xylophone, F. Wheeler Wadsworth, tenor saxophone, and Victor Arden, piano) recorded a very clever version of the piece for Victor Records (#18699) in 1920. This transcription arrangement is based on the All Star Trio recording, with reference to the original sheet music.

Ora No Omboko

$12.00

A traditional Japanese lullaby, arranged for alto saxophone (who also plays tam -tam), marimba (4 mallets) and percussion (crotales or glockenspiel, wood block, and triangle). ‘Ora No Omboko’s’ delicate textures and haunting melodic material make a lovely change of pace for any performance situation. The piece also provides excellent small ensemble experience for the intermediate marimbist and percussionist.

A traditional Japanese lullaby, arranged for alto saxophone (who also plays tam -tam), marimba (4 mallets) and percussion (crotales or glockenspiel, wood block, and triangle). ‘Ora No Omboko’s’ delicate textures and haunting melodic material make a lovely change of pace for any performance situation. The piece also provides excellent small ensemble experience for the intermediate marimbist and percussionist.

Prisoners of the Image Factory

$25.00

For marimba (low f), vibraphone, and piano. Originally composed for a short film and intended as a miniature tone poem reflecting the ambiguities of adolescent relationships and the energy of an urban environment. This concert version is 5 minutes in length and the mallet parts are moderately difficult.

For marimba (low f), vibraphone, and piano. Originally composed for a short film and intended as a miniature tone poem reflecting the ambiguities of adolescent relationships and the energy of an urban environment. This concert version is 5 minutes in length and the mallet parts are moderately difficult.

To A Dead Soldier

$17.00

This award-winning composition for soprano, tenor, and marimba is set as a “poetry reading” of the anti-war poem by Langston Hughes. Written for a low E instrument, optional notes have been supplied for adaptation to a 4.3.

This award-winning composition for soprano, tenor, and marimba is set as a “poetry reading” of the anti-war poem by Langston Hughes. Written for a low E instrument, optional notes have been supplied for adaptation to a 4.3.

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