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Product #STOUT/B
A difficult marimba duet by Gordon Stout.


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Product #STOUT/Ch.N.4
Music originally for guitar in Brazilian folk style, written by Augusto Marcellino.


Price: $30.00
Product #STOUT/BB
A virtuoso duet for marimba and drum set.



Price: $68.00
Product #STOUT/DA&D
Stout's third work for marimba orchestra, featuring two marimba soloists.


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Product #STOUT/ATCAG
Anthem: To Catch a Glimpse, for 5.0 marimba, is dedicated to the beautiful music and playing of Nancy Zeltsman, and influenced by the marimba music of Dan Levitan.


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Product #STOUT/TOSOS
The Other Side (of Silence) is a beautiful new composition for 5.0 marimba. It winds its way through a variety of sections in different styles, moods and textures, but always returns to a place of happiness and joy!



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Product #STOUT/MR
Morphic Resonance is a difficult work for solo 5.0 marimba. As it morphs through many different styles and sections it will challenge the most advanced marimbist, while providing a rewarding musical experience.


Price: $40.00
Product #GS_WM2
This marimba part to this version is exactly the same as the original for solo marimba (2010). There are now additional string parts (two violins, viola, and cello) to accompany this solo. An even more beautiful version of one of Stout's most beautiful compositions.


Price: $36.00
Product #GS_AB
My very first composition employing vibes in a solo context. This duo is for EASTHAMA, the mallet duo consisting of Lindsey Eastham and Hiromu Nagahama, who were winners of the Duo Category at the last Southern California International Marimba Compeition in 2013.



Price: $38.00
Product #GS_ME
Manhattan Escapades was written in 2012 for two marimbas, both requiring a 5.0 instrument. Premiered at Ithaca College in 2014 with Gordon Stout and Kate Burns (Vorel).


Price: $36.00
Product #GS_TFT
Tailoring for Two was written for my student Taylor Katanick, and premiered by Taylor and Gordon Stout in 2014 at Ithaca College. A really fun duo, requiring two 5.0 marimbas.


Price: $95.00
Product #STOUT/O2
Outgoing 2 for large percussion ensemble, is an orchestration of the original version of Outgoing. A very exciting composition, with lots of groove, intensity, and fun sections. Highly recommended for the advanced college percussion ensemble.



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Product #STOUT/UA
Uninhabited Admittance is a many faceted composition for solo 5.0 marimba. It is lyrical, jazzy, rhythmically varied, and a great deal of fun to play. Highly recommend for the advanced marimba recital.


Price: $75.00
Product #STOUT/STDWG
With a good advanced level high school marimbist and percussion ensemble, this should be a very programmable work that audiences will find interesting and accessible.


Price: $68.00
Product #STOUT/FF
Four Faces is scored for 5.0 marimba soloist, four percussionists, and electric bass. Rhythmically extremely interesting, and not at all like any other music for marimba solo and percussion quartet. Check it out!



Price: $74.00
Product #GS_Outgoing
Outgoing (original version 2011) is scored for piano, marimba (5.0), timpani and two percussionists, and is approximately 9'30" in length. In instrumentation only, I had in mind the Sonata for Two Pianists and Two Percussionists by Bartok. The marimba part is the second piano part. There is a highly chromatic timpani part as in the Sonata. The percussion parts are really in effect a drum set part split into two parts, one playing the drums and one playing cymbals, thus completing the similarity in instrumentation to the Bartok Sonata. This is a broad and expansive work, encompassing a number of different styles of music and expressive capabilities of the exciting chamber group.


Price: $38.00
Product #GS_SiA
"Here is another excellent work by Gordon Stout that is primed for graduate recitals."
--Percussive Notes

Somewhere in Africa There's a Whirlwind is an exciting and virtuosic work. The "whirlwind" portion of the title refers to the fast passage work in the marimba one part. The "Africa" portion of the title refers to the rhythm of the marimba two part, which is in large part based on the African double bell pattern. This work requires mature performers who posses excellent technique and advanced ensemble skills.




Price: $15.00
Product #GS_AF
Afternoon Footprints was written for solo marimba (5.0) in 2014. One of Stout's most recent compositions for solo marimba, it is approximately 7'40" in length. It was composed with the thought of watching someone walk around the streets of Paris, going through different neighborhoods and viewing some of the many and varied sites that make up the beautiful city of Paris. Highly suitable for the advanced marimba recital, this work will be appreciated by non marimbists, the general public, as well as marimbists who want a work that concentrates on musical virtuosity.



Price: $15.00
Product #SC_CL
Cerulean Landscape was written for solo marimba (5.0) in 2013 for Japanese marimbist Kana Omori. It is a moderately difficult work of 5'40" in length, in a freely composed style and form, progressing through various beautiful and lyrical landscapes. This is an excellent work to showcase the versatility and expressiveness of your musicality, and is highly recommend for a college level recital.


Price: $30.00
Product #CN301
This is the third in a series of seven compositions titled Choro. Gordon Stout tried to incorporate certain stylistic aspects of the Choro from Brazil and Argentina in these compositions, as well as explore different instrumental combination with the marimba. Instrumentation: marimba 5.0, soprano saxophone, violin, classical guitar, acoustic bass and percussion (small hand drum).







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