Marimba

Well-Tempered Marimbist, Book II

$20.00

It’s called the “Well-Tempered Marimbist”, because each of the pieces is in a different key, like Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier”. Each piece was written with specific musical and technical challenges in mind.

It’s called the “Well-Tempered Marimbist”, because each of the pieces is in a different key, like Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier”. Each piece was written with specific musical and technical challenges in mind.

Whatever’s More

$10.00

This 5.0-octave marimba solo, while not full of Stout’s customary intricacies and technical challenges, is intensely poetic and passionate – a performance challenge in and of itself. The nature of the piece is that of a lullaby. With a quarter-note pulse that is woven throughout, the music has a lilting and rocking quality.

This 5.0-octave marimba solo, while not full of Stout’s customary intricacies and technical challenges, is intensely poetic and passionate – a performance challenge in and of itself. The nature of the piece is that of a lullaby. With a quarter-note pulse that is woven throughout, the music has a lilting and rocking quality.

Wood That Sings

$15.00

The title reflects the composer’s concept of the marimba as the “wood that sings”. Inspired by various works for solo guitar, this 2-mallet composition gives players a chance to exploit the expressive capabilities of the marimba.

The title reflects the composer’s concept of the marimba as the “wood that sings”. Inspired by various works for solo guitar, this 2-mallet composition gives players a chance to exploit the expressive capabilities of the marimba.

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