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(MFX)Kids love to drum! Create the basic pattern used by rock drummers, recreate the sound of a mbira with xylophones, form your own Haitian meringue ensemble, and learn about hambone and step-dancing. Experiment with call and response, layered ostinatos, syncopation and improvisation; learn the Bamboo Tamboo from the Caribbean, the Highlife from West Africa, and how to make a drum talk! Step-by-step learning is included and the enclosed enhanced CD offers recordings and PDFs of songsheets and instrument parts. Songs include: Bamboo Tamboo Time, BeatBox, Boom Boom Share a Drum, Good News Summer Is Coming, Highlife Christmas, Knock on Wood, The Little Beggarman, Map Rap, StomPa Tap, Take Four, and more.New product for the week of April 1, 2012

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
New product for the week of February 20, 2012.

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
This is a fun technical xylophone solo with band accompaniment. The band parts are very light and straightforward which allows for some rest on a long concert. Xylophone features are always well received by audiences.

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
This collection presents rhythmic exercises and pieces for xylophone from the books Rhythmic Exercises, First Instruction on the Xylophone and Pieces for Xylophone Volumes 1-3.

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
A good-natured and supremely catchy original cakewalk tune, in Kallman's hands, surprisingly transforms into minimalistic music propelled by a xylophone ostinato, then back again. A classic old American song-form with a new twist! (5:25)

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
Grade 4.0 4:49

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
Premiered by Randy Eyles and The United States Air Force Band, this ragtime novelty xylophone solo with band accompaniment has been performed around the world. In 1987 it was performed during a live radio broadcast in China to an estimated audience of 60 million! Golden Age is a medley of eight tunes that were favorites of the 1900's. A true Show Stopper, The Golden Age of the Xylophone is sure to become a popular favorite with bands around the world. Standard instrumentation, medium (band), difficult (solo).

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
This selection is essentially a set of variations on the "Pong Lang Dance", one of Thailand's most popular melodies. The pong lang is a suspended vertical wooden xylophone whose keys are arranged upside down, with the low notes on the upper end and the high notes at the bottom. The melody uses the pentatonic scale and is very simple in nature. The variations do not retain the phrase lengths or harmonic structure of the original melody as traditional variations would, but rather expand on fragments of the original tune in a variety of tempi and styles. After this exploration, the original melody returns, gradually gaining speed and energy as one would hear in a traditional performance of this dance.

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
Swingair Bumble Bee (Xylophone Solo) by Nikolay Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908). Arranged by Thomas. Brass Band. Swiss import. Grade 4+. Score and parts. Published by Editions Marc Reift (MA.EMR-2767).

Instruments: Percussion, Xylophone