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.

Warrior from the Deep

$40.00

One vibraphone, three players, six movements, 15 minutes … I must admit this didn’t seem enticing at first; however Jonathan Kolm creates some very nice moments by utilizing various performance techniques. The selected techniques create wonderful changes in timbre and definitely provide a much-needed contrast for the ear of the listener.
– Jason Baker, Percussive Notes

One vibraphone, three players, six movements, 15 minutes … I must admit this didn’t seem enticing at first; however Jonathan Kolm creates some very nice moments by utilizing various performance techniques. The selected techniques create wonderful changes in timbre and definitely provide a much-needed contrast for the ear of the listener.
– Jason Baker, Percussive Notes

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.