Chamber/Ensemble

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.

Bolero (Moszkowsky/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.

Caprice Valsant (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.

Castle Valse Classique (A. Dvorak/arr. Kimura)

$22.00

The name Castle Valse refers to the dance team Vernon and Irene Castle, who were exceedingly popular performers and teachers of all the ballroom dance styles in vogue in the United States during the 1910s and 20s. They appeared with Earl Fuller’s Rector Novelty Orchestra at Rector’s Restaurant in NYC in 1917, a time when Fuller also featured George Hamilton Green in his ensemble.

The name Castle Valse refers to the dance team Vernon and Irene Castle, who were exceedingly popular performers and teachers of all the ballroom dance styles in vogue in the United States during the 1910s and 20s. They appeared with Earl Fuller’s Rector Novelty Orchestra at Rector’s Restaurant in NYC in 1917, a time when Fuller also featured George Hamilton Green in his ensemble.

Castle Valse Classique, Xylo & Mar. Quartet (A. Dvorak/arr. Yurika Kimura)

$24.00

The name Castle Valse Classique refers to the dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle, who were exceedingly popular performers and teachers of all the ballroom dance styles in vogue in the United States during the 1910s and 20s. The Castles’ “hesitation waltz” treatment of Dvorak’s Humoresque became one of their signature numbers, and Green’s spectacular obbligato xylophone performance made the music persuasive enough to stand alone on records.

The name Castle Valse Classique refers to the dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle, who were exceedingly popular performers and teachers of all the ballroom dance styles in vogue in the United States during the 1910s and 20s. The Castles’ “hesitation waltz” treatment of Dvorak’s Humoresque became one of their signature numbers, and Green’s spectacular obbligato xylophone performance made the music persuasive enough to stand alone on records.

Charleston Capers (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.

Chicken Reel Rag (Daly/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.

Chromatic Fox-Trot (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.

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