Marimba

Cattelin

$10.00

A blues for solo marimba. Berg got the idea for this piece from the novels of Stieg Trenter, a Swedish journalist and crime novelist. Short and clever, this piece is a perfect addition to any recital program.

A blues for solo marimba. Berg got the idea for this piece from the novels of Stieg Trenter, a Swedish journalist and crime novelist. Short and clever, this piece is a perfect addition to any recital program.

Centipede

$8.00

Centipede was the first substantial work written by Christopher Swist. In Centipede, Swist explores the key of F# minor in a quasi-improvistory style, inviting the more confident player to feel free to expand upon the written ideas.

Centipede was the first substantial work written by Christopher Swist. In Centipede, Swist explores the key of F# minor in a quasi-improvistory style, inviting the more confident player to feel free to expand upon the written ideas.

Cerulean Landscape

$15.00

Cerulean Landscape was written for solo marimba (5.0) in 2013 for Japanese marimbist Kana Omori. It is a moderately difficult work of 5’40” in length, in a freely composed style and form, progressing through various beautiful and lyrical landscapes. This is an excellent work to showcase the versatility and expressiveness of your musicality, and is highly recommend for a college level recital.

Cerulean Landscape was written for solo marimba (5.0) in 2013 for Japanese marimbist Kana Omori. It is a moderately difficult work of 5’40” in length, in a freely composed style and form, progressing through various beautiful and lyrical landscapes. This is an excellent work to showcase the versatility and expressiveness of your musicality, and is highly recommend for a college level recital.

Dances For Luna

$10.00

‘Dances for Luna’ is a real gem of a marimba piece – exciting, challenging and musical! Its many different stroke types, idiomatic to the instrument, will build mallet independence and control. Ideal for a senior recital, with its dance-like feel and rich harmonic content, ‘Dances for Luna’ will appeal equally to performers and listeners.

‘Dances for Luna’ is a real gem of a marimba piece – exciting, challenging and musical! Its many different stroke types, idiomatic to the instrument, will build mallet independence and control. Ideal for a senior recital, with its dance-like feel and rich harmonic content, ‘Dances for Luna’ will appeal equally to performers and listeners.

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