Chamber/Ensemble

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!

Aurora Borealis

$24.00

A quiet yet powerfully dramatic work scored for two marimbas, two vibraphone, cymbals, glass and stone wind chimes, a single crotale, wood and temple blocks, glockenspiel, tam-tam, sleigh bells, and maracas. Requires four musically sensitive players.

A quiet yet powerfully dramatic work scored for two marimbas, two vibraphone, cymbals, glass and stone wind chimes, a single crotale, wood and temple blocks, glockenspiel, tam-tam, sleigh bells, and maracas. Requires four musically sensitive players.

Bicksa

$24.00

“Bicksa” is Hungarian for small, sharp knife. Thus, the character of the quartet is best describes as sharp, aggressive, and articulate. Each of the four players has a refreshingly manageable multi-percussion set-up.

“Bicksa” is Hungarian for small, sharp knife. Thus, the character of the quartet is best describes as sharp, aggressive, and articulate. Each of the four players has a refreshingly manageable multi-percussion set-up.

Chouchamayo

$22.00

This piece is scored for a large array of standard percussion instruments including brake drums, woodblocks, glockenspiel, cowbells, marimba, bass drum, and even muted Chinese gongs.

This piece is scored for a large array of standard percussion instruments including brake drums, woodblocks, glockenspiel, cowbells, marimba, bass drum, and even muted Chinese gongs.

Concerto for Marimba & Orch. Piano Reduction

$40.00

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 String Orch.—Piano Red.

$50.00

Juilliard composition and theory faculty member Eric Ewazen has written what many consider to be “The Great American Marimba Concerto”. Only time will tell if these appraisals are correct, but everyone who hears it agrees that it is a work of great beauty and excitement.

Juilliard composition and theory faculty member Eric Ewazen has written what many consider to be “The Great American Marimba Concerto”. Only time will tell if these appraisals are correct, but everyone who hears it agrees that it is a work of great beauty and excitement.

Cryin Time

$35.00

(1994) Soprano solo and three players – marimba, vibraphone, and piano. Instrumental parts are moderately difficult. Soprano part is challenging and requires a high B-flat. 9 minutes

(1994) Soprano solo and three players – marimba, vibraphone, and piano. Instrumental parts are moderately difficult. Soprano part is challenging and requires a high B-flat. 9 minutes

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