Marimba

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.

Danse

$10.00

A delightful piece for a beginning to intermediate four-mallet player. The marimba creates a smooth texture of triplets and 8ths throughout a 4.3 range.

A delightful piece for a beginning to intermediate four-mallet player. The marimba creates a smooth texture of triplets and 8ths throughout a 4.3 range.

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.

Mallet Palette

$20.00

“The variety of materials in each section make this a worthy composition, which is well within the level of an advanced high school or young undergraduate student.”-Percussive NotesThe composer’s taste for consonance and dissonance is evidenced by his playful bantering between pentatonic, chromatic, minor and major. Agogic and dynamic accents enhance colorful pops of dissonance that permeate the otherwise tonal realm and contribute to the intensity and forward movement. This piece ends where it began, with a finishing touch.

“The variety of materials in each section make this a worthy composition, which is well within the level of an advanced high school or young undergraduate student.”-Percussive NotesThe composer’s taste for consonance and dissonance is evidenced by his playful bantering between pentatonic, chromatic, minor and major. Agogic and dynamic accents enhance colorful pops of dissonance that permeate the otherwise tonal realm and contribute to the intensity and forward movement. This piece ends where it began, with a finishing touch.

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