Marimba

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 Percussion & Wind Ensemble

$30.00

First prize winner in the 2000 P.A.S. Composition Contest! Glassock’s new work is bound to become a favorite for concerto competitions and recitals. The composer’s deep familiarity with keyboard mallet percussion, as well as his considerable compositional skills, make this piece a rich and rewarding experience for both performer and audience.

First prize winner in the 2000 P.A.S. Composition Contest! Glassock’s new work is bound to become a favorite for concerto competitions and recitals. The composer’s deep familiarity with keyboard mallet percussion, as well as his considerable compositional skills, make this piece a rich and rewarding experience for both performer and audience.

Crawl, Walk, Run

$58.00

Sammut’s blend of style, clear melodic ideas and improvisational elements will appear to the differing musical tastes of most audience members. As with Sammut’s other works, it is only a matter of time before this becomes a favorite on college campuses.- Darin Olson, Percussive Notes

Sammut’s blend of style, clear melodic ideas and improvisational elements will appear to the differing musical tastes of most audience members. As with Sammut’s other works, it is only a matter of time before this becomes a favorite on college campuses.- Darin Olson, Percussive Notes

Home Trilogy

$78.00

Home is dedicated to and commissioned by the internationally renowned percussion group Nexus. The piece is in three distinct movements and spans approximately 20 minutes.

Home is dedicated to and commissioned by the internationally renowned percussion group Nexus. The piece is in three distinct movements and spans approximately 20 minutes.

Marimba Quartet

$60.00

This work is an unsung hero of the marimba quartet literature. It has not gotten its well-deserved circulation through the percussion community because it was unavailable for so long.Now available in a clearly engraved edition with single sheet 11 x 17 inch parts with a spiral-bound score.

This work is an unsung hero of the marimba quartet literature. It has not gotten its well-deserved circulation through the percussion community because it was unavailable for so long.Now available in a clearly engraved edition with single sheet 11 x 17 inch parts with a spiral-bound score.

Not What I Expected

$42.00

A very effective, exuberant and joyful marimba quartet with echoes of Reich and Zimbabwe.”Players with a strong sense of rhythm and two-mallet technique are necessary for a performance of this piece. While the piece is not overly fast and choppy, note accuracy could be tricky in certain passages. A strong sense of already existing ensemble cohesion will make a performance of this piece especially successful.”- Percussive Notes

A very effective, exuberant and joyful marimba quartet with echoes of Reich and Zimbabwe.”Players with a strong sense of rhythm and two-mallet technique are necessary for a performance of this piece. While the piece is not overly fast and choppy, note accuracy could be tricky in certain passages. A strong sense of already existing ensemble cohesion will make a performance of this piece especially successful.”- Percussive Notes

Whatever’s More 2

$40.00

This marimba part to this version is exactly the same as the original for solo marimba (2010). There are now additional string parts (two violins, viola, and cello) to accompany this solo. An even more beautiful version of one of Stout’s most beautiful compositions.

This marimba part to this version is exactly the same as the original for solo marimba (2010). There are now additional string parts (two violins, viola, and cello) to accompany this solo. An even more beautiful version of one of Stout’s most beautiful compositions.