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Product #HARTENBERGER/TO
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Product #EWAZEN/CFMWE
Juilliard composition and theory faculty member Eric Ewazen has written what many consider to be "The Great American Marimba Concerto". Only time will tell if these appraisals are correct, but everyone who hears it agrees that it is a work of great beauty and excitement.

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Product #EWAZEN/CMSO
Juilliard composition and theory faculty member Eric Ewazen has written what many consider to be "The Great American Marimba Concerto". Only time will tell if these appraisals are correct, but everyone who hears it agrees that it is a work of great beauty and excitement.




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Product #EWAZEN/CMPR
Juilliard composition and theory faculty member Eric Ewazen has written what many consider to be "The Great American Marimba Concerto". Only time will tell if these appraisals are correct, but everyone who hears it agrees that it is a work of great beauty and excitement.


Price: $35.00
Product #GIBSON/AQA
Aqalani is a Navajo greeting which can mean either hello or goodbye. Written for eight players and optional chorus, the percussion are divided into two groups of 4.


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Product #EWAZEN/M
Ewazen's combination of flute, bassoon, and marimba is exquisite, as is his writing. This four-movement work is perfect for any recital. 5.0 octave marimba required.



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Product #FROCK/T
Three percussion quartets, each of different textures, are accompanied by bongos, congas, and a drum set (with an extended solo). The metal quartet includes cowbells and a frying pan, the bead quartet is scored for maracas and shekere, and the wood quartet features two pairs of claves, a woodblock and a temple block.


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Product #DIETZ/EW

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Product #DIETZ/MAS
For 8 percussionists, 3 of which serve as soloists and interact with the rest of the ensemble in ways which mimic the movements and works of the maskiviro (spiritual medium in the culture of Zimbabwe). Written for the NWU Percussion Ensemble.


Price: $22.00
Product #DANFORTH/RF
This work for solo marimba, four percussion, and timpani is described by the composer as a "mood portrait of the dark, sultry, murky vegetation covering unexpected mysteries of the tropical rain forest." Counter rhythms and polyrhythms have a strong presence in the piece, creating a primitive atmosphere. The use of a wide array of instruments and playing implements contributes to this mood.



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Product #DIETZ/RL
Rechargeble Light received its premiere performance on August 4, 2000 at the Chautauqua Institute (Chautauqua, NY) with Michael Burritt as percussion soloist. It attempts to fuse electronic and acoustic sounds in a chamber music setting. Scored for percussion soloist playing non-pitched instruments accompanied by five percussionists playing mostly pitched instruments including two synthesizers and a MalletKat (a synthesizer comprised of triggers in the shape of a mallet keyboard).


Price: $40.00
Product #DIETZ/SS
The Sharpend Stick is a Native American war song and dance that is in the "fish-step" style. It is said that the popular 1920's dance craze the "Charleston" was derived from this dance.


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Product #DIETZ/US
Solo timpani (5 drums) and 4 percussionists - vibraphone/bass drum/opera gong, marimba (5.0)/field drum, 2 congas/2 cowbells/tom-tom/sus. cym./glockenspiel. 2 bongos/2woodblocks/closed hi-hat/ribbon crasher/kickdrum/crotales. Premiered at PASIC 2004 by the Victoria Memorial Percussion Ensemble (for whom the piece was written) with John Beck playing the solo timpani part.



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Product #COLLIER/BB

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Product #COLLIER/DIDO



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