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  • ...?! for Snare Drum & Marimba
    ...?! for Snare Drum & Marimba $16.00 Add To Cart
    ...?! (pronounced as a confused gasp) is a work for solo snare drum and marimba ostinato. It is a showy, rudimental-inspired solo with a simple 4-mallet marimba ostinato that adds an extra level of groove.Genre: Duet for...
  • Coloring Sheet
    Coloring Sheet $26.00 Add To Cart
    Even in the hands of a child, a piece of paper with the simple outline of a figure can become an amazing artistic creation. A coloring sheet is, in its simplicity, a wealth of possibilities. This is the concept behind the...
  • Duology: 10 Duets for Young Percussionists
    Duology: 10 Duets for Young Percussionists $25.00 Add To Cart
    Duology is a collection of duets was designed to give young percussionists the opportunity to grow as musicians by collaborating with friends. The book is divided into four sections – drum+drum, keyboard+keyboard,...
  • Entanglement
    Entanglement $26.00 Add To Cart
    Entanglement is a very rhythmic piece in three movements that incorporates percussion instruments of indefinite pitch with the marimba and vibraphone. The piece contains a series of stacked and fragmented motivic ideas,...
  • In Tandem
    In Tandem $22.00 Add To Cart
    This piece was written by Josh Gottry to give two individuals, using limited instrumentation, the opportunity to truly create one unified performance. The title, In Tandem, comes simply from the composer's desire to force...
  • Intersections
    Intersections $29.00 Add To Cart
    This driving yet relaxing duet for two marimbas and assorted accessory percussion will bring a smile to any audience member's face with its ever-changing textures, toe-tapping rhythms and memorable melodies.Genre: Duet for 2...
  • Last Dance, The (Duet for Marimba & Multi-Percussion)
    Last Dance, The (Duet for Marimba & Multi-Percussion) $28.00 Add To Cart
    The Last Dance is an exciting work for marimba and multiple percussion that gives both performers the opportunity to shine throughout.Genre: Duet for Marimba & Percussion | # of Players: 2 Level: Medium Difficult |...
  • Machina No. 1 (Multi-Percussion Duet)
    Machina No. 1 (Multi-Percussion Duet) $25.00 Add To Cart
    Composed for the CAn-Duo percussion duo, Machina No. 1 is a challenging multiple percussion duo that combines traditional notation with sections of performer improvisation. This challenging work showcases lyricism, powerful...
  • Minor Plot
    Minor Plot $28.00 Add To Cart
    Set against a primarily minor jazz harmonic progressions, Minor Plot is an entertaining and challenging work for this ideal combination of tenor pan and marimba.Genre: Duet for Marimba & Tenor Steel Pan | # of Players: 2...
  • RimbaDance
    RimbaDance $35.00 Add To Cart
    Rimbadance uses timbral notation for the percussion part, indicating pitches for each percussion instrument in the set-up. After a free, improvisatory opening for the marimba, the vibraphone begins a sixteenth ostinato while...
  • Skylight
    Skylight $20.00 Add To Cart
    Written for and commissioned by Maria Finkelmeier and Jacob Remington, Dave Hall's Skylight is a technically & musically demanding percussion duet infused with intriguing textures & instrument combinations.Genre:...
  • Sparklers (Duet for Marimba & Bells/Percussion)
    Sparklers (Duet for Marimba & Bells/Percussion) $20.00 Add To Cart
    Sparklers was commissioned and premiered by Mutsumi Tsuuzaki using Deagan's artist special xylophone no. 266 which has the range of four and half-octaves and was made in 1935 and remodeled in 1962. This version was adapted...
  • Three Scenes in Nature
    Three Scenes in Nature $32.00 Add To Cart
    Murray Houllif's three-movement work effectively portrays different aspects of nature through his various combinations of instrument families – I. Wood-Tones, II. Wind and Water, III. Natural Rhythms.Genre: Duet for 2...
  • Wiggums
    Wiggums $24.00 Add To Cart
    Here is a duet that requires extensive cooperation between performers. Not only to achieve the desired musical effect, but also for the artistic logistics of the performance. The music should be a creation of art and...
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