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Anima

$43.00$50.00

“Stasis and motion; weight and weightlessness; pulse and impulse: these are the materials of Anima.”

Theodore Wiprud

Ethereal percussion quartet fit for advanced ensembles.

“Stasis and motion; weight and weightlessness; pulse and impulse: these are the materials of Anima.”

Theodore Wiprud

Ethereal percussion quartet fit for advanced ensembles.

Cottontail Capers (Xylo solo w/marimba ens.)

$34.00$40.00

Xylophone solo with marimba ensemble accompaniment, includes CD.”Any ragtime specialist will want to learn Bob’s first crack at composing in the style that has made him so famous. I bet we see more out of him along this line – or at least I hope so.”-Percussive Notes

Xylophone solo with marimba ensemble accompaniment, includes CD.”Any ragtime specialist will want to learn Bob’s first crack at composing in the style that has made him so famous. I bet we see more out of him along this line – or at least I hope so.”-Percussive Notes

Cryin Time

$33.00$39.00

(1994) Soprano solo and three players – marimba, vibraphone, and piano. Instrumental parts are moderately difficult. Soprano part is challenging and requires a high B-flat. 9 minutes

(1994) Soprano solo and three players – marimba, vibraphone, and piano. Instrumental parts are moderately difficult. Soprano part is challenging and requires a high B-flat. 9 minutes

Marimba Quartet

$48.00$55.00

This work is an unsung hero of the marimba quartet literature. A classic that will bring smiles to the players’ faces at the first rehearsal (well, maybe the second rehearsal . . .), and the audience’s faces in the first 30 seconds.

This work is an unsung hero of the marimba quartet literature. A classic that will bring smiles to the players’ faces at the first rehearsal (well, maybe the second rehearsal . . .), and the audience’s faces in the first 30 seconds.

Night Ride (arr. for Band)

$230.00$275.00

The original percussion ensemble version of Night Ride was completed in August 2005 and was dedicated to Kazunori Meguro and the students at Showa Academy of the Arts in Atsugi, Japan, now arranged for full band.

The original percussion ensemble version of Night Ride was completed in August 2005 and was dedicated to Kazunori Meguro and the students at Showa Academy of the Arts in Atsugi, Japan, now arranged for full band.

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