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Adventures of Ivan (Khachaturian/arr. Leigh Howard Stevens)

$14.00$17.00

A charming set of six intermediate level works. The musical style is unique in the marimba repertoire: Soviet influenced pictorialism with an Armenian flavored chromaticism.

A charming set of six intermediate level works. The musical style is unique in the marimba repertoire: Soviet influenced pictorialism with an Armenian flavored chromaticism.

Alabama Moon (by G.H. Green/arr. Becker/Kimura)

$21.00$24.00

Alabama Moon was composed (both lyrics and music) by George Hamilton Green in 1920, and quickly published by the Sam Fox Company. Written in the nostalgic style of a southern waltz, the words and melody convey a popular period idiom of the 1920s era.”After a fantastic performance by Bob and Yurika at PASIC 2013 … I’m sure ‘Alabama Moon’ is already on the music stands of many ragtime enthusiasts.”-Percussive Notes

Alabama Moon was composed (both lyrics and music) by George Hamilton Green in 1920, and quickly published by the Sam Fox Company. Written in the nostalgic style of a southern waltz, the words and melody convey a popular period idiom of the 1920s era.”After a fantastic performance by Bob and Yurika at PASIC 2013 … I’m sure ‘Alabama Moon’ is already on the music stands of many ragtime enthusiasts.”-Percussive Notes

Album for the Young (Tchaikovsky/arr. Leigh Howard Stevens)

$17.00$20.00

(New expanded 12-movement edition) A delightful set of programmatic works that achieved standard repertoire status almost instantly when it was first transcribed 25 years ago.

(New expanded 12-movement edition) A delightful set of programmatic works that achieved standard repertoire status almost instantly when it was first transcribed 25 years ago.

Album for the Young I (Schumann/arr. Leigh Howard Stevens)

$11.00$13.00

Marimba music doesn’t get much heavier than the second half of this set. Even the light and simple movements such as Soldier’s March and Wild Rider have a certain Germanic seriousness.

Marimba music doesn’t get much heavier than the second half of this set. Even the light and simple movements such as Soldier’s March and Wild Rider have a certain Germanic seriousness.

Album for the Young II (Schumann/arr. Leigh Howard Stevens)

$11.00$13.00

Marimba music doesn’t get much heavier than the second half of this set. Even the light and simple movements such as Soldier’s March and Wild Rider have a certain Germanic seriousness.

Marimba music doesn’t get much heavier than the second half of this set. Even the light and simple movements such as Soldier’s March and Wild Rider have a certain Germanic seriousness.

Bolero (Moszkowsky/arr. William Cahn)

$19.00$22.00

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Bolero Xylo Solo (Moszkowsky/arr. William Cahn)

$5.00$6.00

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

From the first NEXUS “Ragtime” album, Bill Cahn has established himself as a great arranger and performer of “Xylophone Novelty Music”. Most compositions are arranged to be performed by a xylophone soloist and four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Caprice Valsant (G.H. Green/arr. Bob Becker)

$19.00$22.00

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Caprice Valsant Xylo Solo (G.H. Green/arr. Bob Becker)

$5.00$6.00

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Charleston Capers (G.H. Green/arr. Bob Becker)

$19.00$22.00

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

Charleston Capers Xylo Solo (G.H. Green/arr. Bob Becker)

$5.00$6.00

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

The arrangement Bob Becker made for NEXUS which has caught the attention of audiences and percussionists around the world and created a whole new fascination with the xylophone as a solo instrument. The accompaniments require four players performing on a minimum of two marimbas.

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