Vibraphone

Scene for Vibraphone

$12.00

Scene for Vibraphone is a solo with cymbal, wind chimes and two java gongs providing the decorative textures. The piece is composed from an almost modal point of view with the note f as a central reference. Suggestive, free-tonal and narrative in character. Intermediate/Advanced, Duration 5:30

Scene for Vibraphone is a solo with cymbal, wind chimes and two java gongs providing the decorative textures. The piece is composed from an almost modal point of view with the note f as a central reference. Suggestive, free-tonal and narrative in character. Intermediate/Advanced, Duration 5:30

Sunbell

$10.00

One of three movements from Vibraphone Suite No. 1. This movement is dedicated to Evelyn Glennie and like the others may be performed as a solo or as part of the suite. Begins and ends with shimmering left-hand rolls. Features a central Latin section.

One of three movements from Vibraphone Suite No. 1. This movement is dedicated to Evelyn Glennie and like the others may be performed as a solo or as part of the suite. Begins and ends with shimmering left-hand rolls. Features a central Latin section.

Water Marks

$10.00

Written on a flight while traveling to Asia, Miceli wanted to compose a difficult yet lyrical piece for solo vibraphone. The resulting “Water Marks” is so named because it is reminiscent of drops of rain splashing as they fall into a puddle.

Written on a flight while traveling to Asia, Miceli wanted to compose a difficult yet lyrical piece for solo vibraphone. The resulting “Water Marks” is so named because it is reminiscent of drops of rain splashing as they fall into a puddle.

Watermusic

$13.00

This is an exciting composition for vibraphone- one that would make an excellent choice for a senior recital. The piece may be played in its entirety, but the composer also gives recommended combinations of movements to be played if the performer chooses.

This is an exciting composition for vibraphone- one that would make an excellent choice for a senior recital. The piece may be played in its entirety, but the composer also gives recommended combinations of movements to be played if the performer chooses.