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Price: $42.00
Product #GOODENBERGER/NWIE
A very effective, exuberant and joyful marimba quartet with echoes of Reich and Zimbabwe.

"Players with a strong sense of rhythm and two-mallet technique are necessary for a performance of this piece. While the piece is not overly fast and choppy, note accuracy could be tricky in certain passages. A strong sense of already existing ensemble cohesion will make a performance of this piece especially successful."
-- Percussive Notes


Price: $30.00
Product #GOODENBERGER/TPP
Our editorial board reports that this is an extremely interesting collection of 15 character pieces that is destined to be widely used in teaching studios and on the recital stage of college music programs. Some selections are intermediate in difficulty and others are more challenging.


Price: $42.00
Product #HARNSBERGER/O
Overkill is scored for four players, each utilizing multiple drums around a centered cymbal set-up. Classic rock fans will recognize the main rhythmic theme, which is played over and over, hence the title of the piece.



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.


Price: $15.00
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: $22.00
Product #ROMANSKI/FLTBC
To date, the solo marimbist's repertoire from the Classical and Romantic periods contains a handful of transcriptions. The Bicentennial Collection will give audiences a first taste of Liszt's solo piano works transcribed for marimba and fill in a long standing stylistic void in our repertoire.


Price: $20.00
Product #CARLINMAHIEU/FEFPFM
Percussion teachers couldn’t ask for a more colorful and diverse collection of pieces to introduce young players to all the keyboard percussion instruments. Works for marimba, xylophone, vibraphone and one that can be played on glockenspiel make this a valuable teaching tool and studio or recital resource.



Price: $46.00
Product #SCHIRRIPA/DD
Digital Dances is a difficult work for marimba quartet heavily inspired by electronic dance music. Its dance-like rhythms, unyielding intensity, and heavy bass keep the players and listeners moving throughout the five sections.


Price: $69.00
Product #ADAMS/CFMAPE
This concerto is based on thematic materials in both the solo and ensemble part that are transformed through polyrhythmic textures, changing meters, shifting rhythmic subdivisions and imitative counterpoint.


Price: $78.00
Product #MB_HT
Home is dedicated to and commissioned by the internationally renowned percussion group Nexus. The piece is in three distinct movements and spans approximately 20 minutes.



Price: $55.00
Product #MB_WPS
White Pines was inspired by the energy, crispness and majesty of these snow-covered trees in the winter months near my home in New York. It is scored for solo marimba with both keyboard and battery percussion. White Pines is originally the 2nd movement to a larger 3 movement work titled Home and is dedicated to and commissioned by the internationally renowned percussion group Nexus.


Price: $55.00
Product #MB_BFQ
The Blue Flame Quintet was written for the Lassiter High School Percussion Ensemble in 2005 and premiered at the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Convention in Chicago. The quintet is scored for solo marimba (5 octave), and four accompanying multiple percussionists.

"The work is roughly six minutes in duration and is sure to be a crowd pleaser. From a student ensemble perspective, it might be one of the most accessible of Burritt's "marimba plus ensmeble" compositions."

--Percussive News


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: $24.00
Product #CVXMQ_YK
The name Castle Valse Classique refers to the dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle, who were exceedingly popular performers and teachers of all the ballroom dance styles in vogue in the United States during the 1910s and 20s. The Castles' "hesitation waltz" treatment of Dvorak's Humoresque became one of their signature numbers, and Green's spectacular obbligato xylophone performance made the music persuasive enough to stand alone on records.


Price: $18.00
Product #PGM_YK
It is assumed that each numbered opus from Clair Omar Musser consisted of 20 pieces, but there is no surviving evidence of them now. The version of Opus 11, Number 3, published in 1948, had some issues with the chords and expression markings. I made some corrections and consistencies in this new edition, but I tried to keep Musser's notation intact as much as possible.
--Yurika Kimura





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