Marimba

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.

Three Winter Impressions (for Marimba Duo)

$42.00

This composition written for two marimbas musically depicts three different winter impressions. The piece, through its three movements, evokes imagery of both fluid and frozen water, a landscape with ice trees, and a wild blizzard.

This composition written for two marimbas musically depicts three different winter impressions. The piece, through its three movements, evokes imagery of both fluid and frozen water, a landscape with ice trees, and a wild blizzard.

Twilight

$40.00

In Twilight, Brostrom focuses on basic ideas of chords and color transformation. An example of this occurs in the opening phrase as chords are passed off from duo to duo. “Twilight” is defined as “the light from the sky between full night and sunrise or between sunset and full night” or simply as “an intermediate state that is not clearly defined.” (Intermediate to Advanced)Duration 6:00.

In Twilight, Brostrom focuses on basic ideas of chords and color transformation. An example of this occurs in the opening phrase as chords are passed off from duo to duo. “Twilight” is defined as “the light from the sky between full night and sunrise or between sunset and full night” or simply as “an intermediate state that is not clearly defined.” (Intermediate to Advanced)Duration 6:00.

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