Marimba & Xylophone

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  • Best Wishes
    Best Wishes $15.00 Add To Cart
    Best Wishes is an intermediate-level piece for five-octave marimba that utilizes the entire range of the instrument.Commissioned to be a "thank you" piece, the work conveys a joyous spirit while still posing a moderate...
  • Collapse
    Collapse $20.00 Add To Cart
    Collapse is a challenging, programmatic work for marimba inspired by a dark, heartbreaking play titled "Marybeth." Genre: Marimba (4-mallet) | # of Players: 1 Level: Medium Difficult | Duration: 6:30 InstrumentationSolo...
  • Drift
    Drift $18.00 Add To Cart
    Drift is a virtuosic tour-de-force for 2-mallet unaccompanied marimba.Genre: Marimba (2-mallet) | # of Players: 1 Level: Difficult | Duration: 6:20 InstrumentationMarimba...
  • Gray
    Gray $20.00 Add To Cart
    Gray is a challenging rondo that grew organically out of an improvisation session. It is designed to reflect the feelings of unsurety that accompany the "gray areas" in life, and can be an emotionally satisfying piece to...
  • Halley's Comet
    Halley's Comet $15.00 Add To Cart
    Halley's Comet was composed as the obligatory piece for the 2015 I Concurso para Marimba Maestro Zeferino Nadayapa. The title of the work comes from a periodic comet that orbits the sun and is visible from Earth every 75-76...
  • Musings for Xylophone
    Musings for Xylophone $18.00 Add To Cart
    Musings for Xylophone is a set of four short, contrasting vignettes for 2-mallet, unaccompanied xylophone. Perfect for lessons, studio class, and recitals!Genre: Xylophone (2-mallet) | # of Players: 1 Level: Medium |...
  • Silencio
    Silencio $20.00 Add To Cart
    Loosely inspired by the Pablo Neruda poem “Es la mañana elena” (‘Tis the morrow of storm), Silencio uses echo effects throughout and follows the arc and excitement of the poem. The pieces thrives on...
  • Surface
    Surface $18.00 Add To Cart
    Surface is a challenging work for 5-octave marimba that provides tremendous musical depth for the performer while remaining engaging and moving for an audience. Imagine, if you will, the concept of a "surface": a textured...
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