Marimba

Gedichte

$13.00

This song cycle for marimba and medium voice and marimba part can be played on a 4.3 and utilizes a variety of techniques, including one-handed rolls in the left hand. The infusion of jazz style elements in this piece makes it an exciting new addition to the marimba repertory.

This song cycle for marimba and medium voice and marimba part can be played on a 4.3 and utilizes a variety of techniques, including one-handed rolls in the left hand. The infusion of jazz style elements in this piece makes it an exciting new addition to the marimba repertory.

Gypsy Carnival (Duet for Vibraphone and Marimba)

$18.00

Duet for Vibraphone and Marimba.
“This fun, low-pressure duet is full of energy and life … Both mallet players will appreciate the challenge presented towards the end of the work where each part is written in fast eighth-note octaves.” —Percussive Notes

Duet for Vibraphone and Marimba.
“This fun, low-pressure duet is full of energy and life … Both mallet players will appreciate the challenge presented towards the end of the work where each part is written in fast eighth-note octaves.” —Percussive Notes

Kaleiduoscope

$30.00

Written for Leigh Howard Stevens and She-e Wu, this jazzy piece requires two advanced players and two 5.0 octave instruments. A “must play” if you have a friend ready and willing to take on the challenge with you.

Written for Leigh Howard Stevens and She-e Wu, this jazzy piece requires two advanced players and two 5.0 octave instruments. A “must play” if you have a friend ready and willing to take on the challenge with you.

looking at ‘r’

$25.00

A second-place winner in the 1999 PAS composition contest for keyboard duet. Looking at “r” is a terrifically fun and accessible marimba duo. Once you hear it you will want to play it! Medium difficulty but sounds hard.

A second-place winner in the 1999 PAS composition contest for keyboard duet. Looking at “r” is a terrifically fun and accessible marimba duo. Once you hear it you will want to play it! Medium difficulty but sounds hard.

Meteor

$36.00

This piece attempts to create a kind of wavering sustain by tasking each marimba with a similar-but-different part in the same register. That sound inspired the name of the work. The title is also meant to hint at the two most important musical forces in the piece: meters and mediants.

This piece attempts to create a kind of wavering sustain by tasking each marimba with a similar-but-different part in the same register. That sound inspired the name of the work. The title is also meant to hint at the two most important musical forces in the piece: meters and mediants.

Night Wind (Piano Reduction)

$68.00

Described by the Los Angeles Times as “intense, dramatic, masterfully colored, and uncompromising,” Naomi Sekiya continues to explore her works with resonant soundscapes, bold instrumental effects and eloquent structures.

Described by the Los Angeles Times as “intense, dramatic, masterfully colored, and uncompromising,” Naomi Sekiya continues to explore her works with resonant soundscapes, bold instrumental effects and eloquent structures.

Parkway

$28.00

Commissioned by the Escape X Percussion Duo, Locke’s programmatic duet for marimba and vibraphone takes the listener on an idyllic (and sometimes crazy) drive along one of New Jersey’s most famous highways.

Commissioned by the Escape X Percussion Duo, Locke’s programmatic duet for marimba and vibraphone takes the listener on an idyllic (and sometimes crazy) drive along one of New Jersey’s most famous highways.

Road Traversed and Reversed

$25.00

For two marimbas, marimba one: 4 1/3 octaves, marimba two 5 octavesThe title is based on the concept that new experience and events always replicate patterns rooted in an unconscious past. The over-lapping rolls in the opening section develop into the thematic interplay that traverses the entire range of the two marimbas.

For two marimbas, marimba one: 4 1/3 octaves, marimba two 5 octavesThe title is based on the concept that new experience and events always replicate patterns rooted in an unconscious past. The over-lapping rolls in the opening section develop into the thematic interplay that traverses the entire range of the two marimbas.

Sea Monkey

$13.00

The 1st-place winner in the 2010 PAS composition contest for marimba/cello duo.Its programmatic title references a 1957 aquarium product that was originally called “Instant Life” because it was a species of brine shrimp that, when released int water, emerged from their cryptobiotic state and became “alive.” The first movement of this work is titled “Cryptobiosis” and the second, “Instant Life.”

The 1st-place winner in the 2010 PAS composition contest for marimba/cello duo.Its programmatic title references a 1957 aquarium product that was originally called “Instant Life” because it was a species of brine shrimp that, when released int water, emerged from their cryptobiotic state and became “alive.” The first movement of this work is titled “Cryptobiosis” and the second, “Instant Life.”

Side 2 in 1

$30.00

This groove-based marimba duo is full of energy and is ideal for showcasing two advanced marimbists. Sammut’s sweet jazz harmonies and rhythmic drive make this a wonderful addition to the marimba duo repertoire.

This groove-based marimba duo is full of energy and is ideal for showcasing two advanced marimbists. Sammut’s sweet jazz harmonies and rhythmic drive make this a wonderful addition to the marimba duo repertoire.

Somewhere in Africa There’s a Whirlwind

$38.00

“Here is another excellent work by Gordon Stout that is primed for graduate recitals.”-Percussive NotesSomewhere in Africa There’s a Whirlwind is an exciting and virtuosic work. The “whirlwind” portion of the title refers to the fast passage work in the marimba one part. The “Africa” portion of the title refers to the rhythm of the marimba two part, which is in large part based on the African double bell pattern. This work requires mature performers who posses excellent technique and advanced ensemble skills.

“Here is another excellent work by Gordon Stout that is primed for graduate recitals.”-Percussive NotesSomewhere in Africa There’s a Whirlwind is an exciting and virtuosic work. The “whirlwind” portion of the title refers to the fast passage work in the marimba one part. The “Africa” portion of the title refers to the rhythm of the marimba two part, which is in large part based on the African double bell pattern. This work requires mature performers who posses excellent technique and advanced ensemble skills.