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Product #HELBLE/P456

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One of Earl Hatch's most popular compositions, this piece is great for the intermediate marimbist. The movements use a variety of styles and present a variety of problems, for both two and four mallets, making the piece pedagogically useful, as well as great fun to play and delightful to hear.

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A concerto for marimba and band.
"Dragon" is more atmospheric, featuring a portentous, ominous opening Adagio, and an Allegro that alternates dark drama with dazzling and climactic moments of triumph.

Price: $17.00
This collection is for the four mallet marimbist who is in the beginning or advanced-beginning phases of technical and musical development. More advanced players may also find these enjoyable to play.

- Thom Hasenpflug

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Altered Echoes is a four-movement work playable on a 4.6 range (low "E") marimba. The titles of the movements are quite telling: Tropes of Wood, Darkened Spaces, Readings of Change and Particles of Light. It is idiomatic, serious and challenging for the advanced player.

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Inspired by the Vasily Kandinsky painting of the same name. Written as a tour de force for the virtuosic abilities of Thomas Burritt, to whom the piece is dedicated. 5.0 octave instrument and high energy required.

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First prize winner of the 1987 Festival of New American Music composition contest. Lydeka is a medium-difficult three-movement solo marimba work that uses many of the new techniques such as one-handed rolls, playing on the nodes and sequential sticking patterns.

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First prize winner in the 2000 P.A.S. Composition Contest! Glassock's new work is bound to become a favorite for concerto competitions and recitals. The composer's deep familiarity with keyboard mallet percussion, as well as his considerable compositional skills, make this piece a rich and rewarding experience for both performer and audience.

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Product #ELLIOTT/EV1
Six of the most idiomatic etudes from this famous collection. The pieces can be performed in concert, vary from simple to difficult and can be programmed in groups of two to six.

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Product #ELLIOTT/EV2
Six of the most idiomatic etudes from this famous collection. The pieces can be performed in concert, vary from simple to difficult and can be programmed in groups of two to six.

Price: $12.00
Product #ELSTER/FP
Tuneful, tonal works, with challenging rhythmic interplay between the hands. Particularly well-suited for those players who are advanced in their rhythmic coordination, but only intermediate level in their marimba playing. The pieces can be performed as a set or individually. A Dance, Carousel, In Troubadour Style, and Perpetual Motion.

Price: $22.00
Product #EWAZEN/NL
Northern Lights' beautiful tonalities and challenging techniques make it a must in every advanced marimbist's repertoire list. It is on almost everyone's list of the top ten greatest works for solo marimba.

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Plenty of musical challenges await the player in the guise of an intermediate level work. Six variations follow the theme. The variety of textures makes this work a great study piece as well as a delight for the audience.

Price: $14.00
Product #FOWLER/M
Part of "The Naoko Takada Series - Music Composed For and Performed By Naoko Takada"

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"Suite for Marimba" was composed in 1950, making it one of the early "classics" of the original marimba repertoire. Consisting of four movements, each depicting a specific incident experienced by Alfred Fissinger while serving as an infantryman in Europe during World War II, "Suite" is the first polyphonic work for unaccompanied marimba, combining both traditional tertian and quartal/quintal harmonies to evoke introspection, anticipation, panic and serenity.
Includes performance notes by Leigh Howard Stevens.
Recording available for download at

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Product #ERVIN/TS

Price: $50.00
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: $12.00
Product #DIETZ/MU
Simple and short (142 measures), yet beautifully written. 5.0 octave marimba required.

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