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Spanish Waltz (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.

Spanish Waltz 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.

Stop Time (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.

Stop Time 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.

Stroboscope

$14.00$17.00

Unmistakably Sweet Sammut. If you know the Rotations or Cameleon, Stroboscope is similarly “French” in its style and harmony, but a smidge easier than Rotations 1 and 3.

Unmistakably Sweet Sammut. If you know the Rotations or Cameleon, Stroboscope is similarly “French” in its style and harmony, but a smidge easier than Rotations 1 and 3.

The Birds (arr. for Orchestra)

$117.00$135.00

The fully orchestrated version of The Birds was completed in 1983. The percussion version was originally composed for NEXUS in 1979, featuring over fifty different bird whistles.

 

The fully orchestrated version of The Birds was completed in 1983. The percussion version was originally composed for NEXUS in 1979, featuring over fifty different bird whistles.

 

The Blue Flame Quintet

$52.00$61.00

The Blue Flame Quintet was written for the Lassiter High School Percussion Ensemble in 2005 and premiered at the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Convention in Chicago. The quintet is scored for solo marimba (5 octave), and four accompanying multiple percussionists.”The work is roughly six minutes in duration and is sure to be a crowd pleaser. From a student ensemble perspective, it might be one of the most accessible of Burritt’s “marimba plus ensmeble” compositions.”-Percussive News

The Blue Flame Quintet was written for the Lassiter High School Percussion Ensemble in 2005 and premiered at the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Convention in Chicago. The quintet is scored for solo marimba (5 octave), and four accompanying multiple percussionists.”The work is roughly six minutes in duration and is sure to be a crowd pleaser. From a student ensemble perspective, it might be one of the most accessible of Burritt’s “marimba plus ensmeble” compositions.”-Percussive News

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