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Once You Get Started (with Tutor CD) by Wright. Arranged by Terry Jolley & Chris Crockarell. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Tambourine, Cowbell, Vibraslap, Suspended Cymbal, Drum Set, Full Band). Grade 3. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:55. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0310-WTCD).
$85.00

Instruments: Percussion, Drum Set, Marimba, Xylophone, Drums
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)
$85.00

Instruments: Xylophone, Percussion
Concertino Nr. 3. (For Percussion solo and 5 Tutti players). By Klaus Hochmann. Chamber Music (Percussion). For 6 percussionists (I: Chain, large drum, 5 timpani / II: Xylophone, 2 supsended Cymbals, Cymbals, 4 Temple block, small drum, Ruhr drum / III: Glockenspiel, chain, 2 wood block, 4 Bongos,). Part. Composed (1974). Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.07-00416).
$82.95

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Xylophone, Glockenspiel
Houston Strokes by Donald Grantham. For Percussion Ensemble (Percussion 1 (orchestra bells, crotales [upper octave], soprano steel pan, 3 suspended cymbals, 2 congas), Percussion 2 (xylophone, 2 small triangles, orchestra bells), Percussion 3 (xylophone, sandpaper blocks), Percussion 4 (3-octave vibraphone), Percus). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 14:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.09350). "Houston Strokes" was commissioned by the Percussion Ensemble of the Moores School of Music of the University of Houston, Blake Wilkins, director. The result was a challenging 4-movement work containing fast and fiery outer movements, a reflective and lyric second movement, and a third movement that is a gentle nocturne. In all the movements, the emphasis is on the keyboard percussion instruments.
$80.00

Instruments: Percussion, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Concerto No. 2 for Marimba and Percussion Orchestra (Marimba Feature). By Gillingham. Arranged by Nathan Daughtrey. For Solo with Percussion Ensemble (Solo Marimba (5-octave), Bells/Crotales, Xylophone/Chimes, Vibraphone 1 (3-octave), Vibraphone 2 (3-octave), Marimba 1 (4-octave), Marimba 2 (4-octave), Marimba 3 (4.3-octave), Marimba 4 (5-octave), Piano, Timpani, Percussion 1 (brake drum, tambourine, su). Percussion Music. Difficult. Score and parts. Duration 23:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.11855). The "Concerto No. 2 for Marimba" is a commission by a consortium of schools and performers headed by Professor Marc Wooldridge of Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa. The chamber ensemble version, arranged for a double quintet (woodwind and brass) with three percussion and piano, was premiered on April 6, 2008 by Andrew Dancy.The work exploits the full range of the technical and expressive ability of the five-octave concert grand marimba. It is cast in the standard three-movement format. The first movement uses sonata-rondo form and begins with a slow introduction and quasi-cadenza by the marimba. An animated first theme follows in G-minor accompanied by clarinets and tambourine. A contrasting second theme area follows featuring chromatic mediant progressions and descending chromatic lines. The return of the first theme utilizes a slightly different accompaniment. The development section reworks all the thematic material in different guises. The recapitulation presents the first theme, verbatim, as it was in the exposition. The second theme, however, changes the mode to major. The return alternates the marimba on the theme with the winds playing the theme in augmentation. The marimba quietly ends the movement with an ascending and descending arpeggiated passage.The second movement is a chaconne with eight variations. The marimba states a rather haunting chorale-like melody in Bb minor. The first variation features the low brass on the chaconne theme with the marimba on the variation. Variation II uses marimba, clarinet, bells, and vibraphone and Variation III uses marimba, oboe, and horns. Cascading muted brass against the augmented chaconne theme in the flutes and clarinets are indicative of Variation IV. Variation V changes the slow pace to fast using marimba, brass, timpani, and bells. A haunting Variation VI utilizes bowed marimba on the chaconne theme accompanied by piano and bells. Variation VII features the low brass on the chaconne theme against triplets in the upper brass. Rolled arpeggiated chords highlight Variation VIII along with a solo alto saxophone on the second half of the variation. A somber coda brings the movement to a close.The third movement, like the first, is in sonata-rondo design and is cyclic, bringing back and combining the thematic material of the first and second movements. The first theme, in D-minor, is angular and spirited, accompanied by clarinets and tambourine (reminiscent of Mvt. I). The second theme brings back the second theme of the first movement followed by the return of the first theme, now accompanied by saxophones and tambourine. The development combines and works thematic material from all three movements of the concerto. The recapitulation begins with the bassoons on the first theme, followed by the horns/trumpets and finally, the marimba. The second theme brings back the chaconne of the second movement, this time in major with the marimba accompanying using rhythmic material taken from the first theme of the third movement. There is no formal return of the first theme. Instead, the marimba plays a cadenza in which the first theme material and the second movement chaconne are developed. A galloping presto (coda) follows, ending the movement in D major.- David R. GillinghamPRAISE FOR THE CONCERTO"The new Concerto for Marimba by David Gillingham is an intriguing, engaging, and challenging piece. I had so much fun playing it and I am planning to perform it everywhere!! It is a "must-try" for all marimbists!"She-e Wuworld-renowned solo marimba artist"Nathan Daughtry's percussion ensemble transcription of my Concerto for Marimba is absolutely masterful! Mr. Daughtrey has used a multitude of percussion colors to faithfully emulate the colors of the wind ensemble in a wonderful version of the concerto that will be accessible to fine percussion ensembles throughout the world."David R. Gillingham composer.
$80.00

Instruments: Piano, Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Classical
Fantasy on Japanese Woodprints Op.211 (Han-ga Genso) by Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000). Contemporary Large Ensemble/Orchestra. For Xylophone Solo, [3.2.2.2-4.3.3.1], Timpani, 3 Percussion, 2 Harp (Harp 2 ad lib), celeste, strings. Modern. Full Score. Duration circa 15 minutes. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P66023). Alan Hovhaness, an American composer of Armenian and Scottish ancestry, was born in Somerville, Massachusetts, on March 8th, 1911. He died on June 21st, 2000, in Seattle, Washington. Seattle, Washington.Solo Xylophone and Orchestra -- dedicated to Yoichi Hiraoka; full score*; for the xylophone/piano edition, see EP66023A // * This score is printed on demand.
$80.00

Instruments: Harp, Percussion, Timpani, Xylophone, Strings
Genres: 20th Century, Classical
Visions of Dance by Elliot Del Borgo. For Full Orchestra (Piccolo, Flute 1,2, Oboe 1,2, Clarinet in Bb 1,2, Bassoon 1,2, Trumpet in Bb 1, Trumpet in Bb 2,3, Horn in F 1,2, Horn in F 3,4, Trombone 1,2, Trombone 3, Tuba, Timpani, Mallet Percussion [2 players] (vibraphone, xylophone, bells), Percussion 1,2 (snare d). Orchestra Music. Grade 1. Score and parts. Duration 3:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.15870). Three waltzes make up the body of this Impressionistic work for full orchestra. The first waltz is in a quick three-to-a-measure; the second is a slow !; the finale is a very exuberant waltz in one. While requiring solid technique in all parts, the piece is accessible to experienced players. The soaring melodic lines, tall chord harmonies, and orchestral color produce a stunning and memorable musical impact.
$80.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Timpani, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Tuba, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Brass, Trumpet
Genres: Classical
Liturgical Music by David R. Gillingham. Percussion Ensemble. For Percussion Ensemble (Bells, Crotales, Xylophone, Chimes, Vibraphone 1 (3-octave), Vibraphone 2 (3-octave), Marimba 1 (4-octave), Marimba 2 (4-octave), Marimba 3 (4.5-octave), Marimba 4 (5-octave), Percussion 1 (suspended cymbal, crash cymbals, tambourine), Percussion 2 (large). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 17:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.16950). Liturgical Music is a work for large percussion ensemble in six movements. Biblical scripture or sacred readings inspire each movement. Despite the sacred implication, the work is intended for concert performance, although it could conceivably be performed within the service of a Christian church. Just what you have come to expect from Gillingham - masterful scoring, innovative use of percussion, memorable melodies & chromatic harmonic progressions.Liturgical Music is a work for large percussion ensemble in six movements. Biblical scripture or sacred readings inspire each movement. Despite the sacred implication, the work is intended for concert performance, although it could conceivably be performed within the service of a Christian church. The movements are organized as follows with corresponding scripture or readings: I. Processional Sing praises to the Lord, who dwells in Zion! (Psalm 9:11) II. Psalm 47 Clap your hands, all peoples! Shout to God with loud songs of joy! (Psalm 47:1) III. Prayer (In Memoriam: Barry Larkin) The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God and no torment will ever touch them. (Wisdom of Solomon 3:1-9) IV. Dance Praise him with timbrel and dance. (Psalm 150:4) V. Benediction Lead me, Lord, Lead me in thy righteousness; Make thy way plain before my face. (Psalm 5:8) VI. Recessional O for a thousand Tongues to sing, My great Redeemer's praise, The glories of my God and King, The triumphs of his grace. (Charles Wesley, 1739).
$80.00

Instruments: Percussion, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Concerto for Vibraphone & Percussion Ensemble. (Vibraphone Feature). By Nathan Daughtrey. Solo with Percussion Ensemble. For Solo with Percussion Ensemble (Solo Vibraphone (3-octave), Percussion 1 (bells, crotales), Percussion 2 (xylophone, chimes), Percussion 3 (3-octave vibraphone), Percussion 4 (4-octave marimba), Percussion 5 (4.3-octave marimba), Percussion 6 (5-octave marimba), Percussion 7 (4 Timpani,). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 15:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.17220). Commissioned by Dr. Lisa Rogers of Texas Tech University, the two-movement "Concerto for Vibraphone" was inspired by two opposing poems by Pablo Neruda - one depicting a rainy night (Night's Song) and the other a bright & sunshining day (Enchanted Light). The showy solo solo part may be performed with piano, percussion ensemble, wind ensemble or full orchestra.Concerto for Vibraphone was commissioned by Dr. Lisa Rogers, Professor of Percussion at Texas Tech University. The two-movement work draws inspiration from two opposing poems by Pablo Neruda that depict night and day. The poems are full of rich & vivid imagery that I tried to capture in the music. Ode to Nighttime by Pablo Neruda I. Night's Song - 'El Canto de la Noche' For the first movement, Night's Song, I tried to depict this mysterious, starry night that gradually turns dark and rainy. The phrases that really spoke to me and shaped the music were 'behind daylight,' 'you thrash around the sky,' 'you run wild over the savage flow of rivers,' and rain and darkness are the blade of a singing sword while stars, or jasmine petals, gaze from blackened heights.' I love how Neruda describes daylight as being born nighttime, so I decided to make the movements attacca so that the second movement, Enchanted Light, bursts forth out of the first movement. Ode to Enchanted Light by Pablo Neruda II. Enchanted Light - 'La Luz Encantada' The second movement is much more sparkly and bright, depicting the 'light dropping from the top of the sky.' The 'cicada sending its sawing song high into the empty air' even makes an appearance when the ensemble vibraphone player places pennies on the bars and then bows those bars with optional help from a sizzle cymbal. Motives and themes from the first movement return in several spots throughout the second movement helping to unify the work. The soloist gets a workout as well in the tour-de-force second movement, unlike the much more introspective first movement.
$80.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Celebration (with Tutor CD) arranged by Joe Murphy & Chris Crockarell. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Tambourine, Cowbell, Drum Set, Optional Bass Guitar, Full Band). Grade 3. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:34. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0407-WTCD).
$80.00

Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drum Set, Xylophone, Guitar, Drums
Symphony for Percussion by Mary Jeanne Van appledorn (1927-). For Percussion Ensemble (Bells, Xylophone 1, Xylophone 2, Vibraphone 1, Vibraphone 2, Marimba 1 (4.3 octaves), Marimba 2 (4.3 octaves), Marimba 3 (4.3 octaves), Percussion 1 (chimes, crash cymbals, slapstick, suspended cymbal, tambourine, castanets), Percussion 2 (timpani, snare ). Medium. Score and parts. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.05430). Wonderful piece cast in four eclectic movements: I. Introduction (brief movement in 12/8), II. Magnolia Rag (semi-traditional rag), III. Deep Meditation (free in tempo, rhythm, form), and IV. 8 x 2 + More on the Floor (lop-sided romp through several meter and style changes).
$78.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Concerto for Percussion Ensemble by David Gillingham. For Percussion Ensemble (Percussion 1 (2-octave crotales, large suspended cymbal, tambourine), Percussion 2 (bells, chimes, snare drum), Percussion 3 (xylophone, 4 bongos, bells), Percussion 4 (3-octave vibraphone, temple blocks), Percussion 5 (3-octave vibraphone, 4 woodblocks),). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 17:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.02280). The "Concerto for Percussion Ensemble" was commissioned by the Lancaster High School Percussion Ensemble of Lancaster, Ohio, under the direction of Bruce Gerken. It is a work of virtuosic proportions featuring three distinct categories of percussion instruments: membranes, woods, and metals.The concerto is cast in four major sections, preceded with an introduction. A five-note motive organizes the entire work. This motive, comprised of ascending perfect fourths and a descending minor third, goes through a number of metamorphic changes throughout the work, culminating with the material presented in the finale.The first movement, "Membranes," is primarily rhythmic and has two distinct features: 1) a quintuplet rhythmic pattern (based on the five note motivic design) and 2) the timpani utilizing the five note motive in various guises. The ensuing second movement, "Woods," seeks to exploit the grandeur of the mellow timbre of the marimba quartet and expands the five note motive into a beautiful theme with four variations. Other "wooden" instruments are used to enhance the flavor of this movement. The glorious sound of "Metals" are featured in the third movement with bells, chimes, and crotales taking the lead in presenting a joyful "pealing" of the five note motive in various forms. The finale features the ensemble in tour de force with a spirited theme transformed from the five-note motive, still characterized by ascending fourths but with the addition of a falling fifth pattern. The theme of the second movement returns as a secondary idea followed by a grand fugue based on the theme of the finale. There is a partial recapitulation and an extended coda that drives the work to a stunning conclusion.
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Gate to Heaven: Concerto No. 1 for Marimba. (Marimba Feature). By David Gillingham. For Solo with Percussion Ensemble (Solo Marimba, Percussion 1 (xylophone, bells, chimes), Percussion 2 (3-octave vibraphone, 2-octave crotales), Percussion 3 (3-octave vibraphone), Percussion 4 (4-octave marimba), Percussion 5 (4.3-octave marimba), Percussion 6 (5-octave marimba), Percussi). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 16:25. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.03280). Though "Gate to Heaven" is structured as a three-movement concerto for solo marimba, it has extramusical inspiration. Each movement of the work reflects the movement of the soul into the portal of heaven. The first movement, titled "Remission," is indicative of death and the consequences of the soul's former life. From the onset of the first movement, the introduction captures the hard blows of death and the mysterious passage into the unknown world beyond. The ensuing presto is representative of the tribulations of the former life fluctuating between evil and ecstasy. The second movement, "Reflection," is a solemn look into the past life of the soul and suggests mixed emotions about the former life of the soul as a human form and its present state as energy moving through the infinite universe. Mournful bowed passages in the marimba toward the end of this movement are followed by a passage that builds to a rather joyous resolve that perhaps suggests the golden light of the portal of heaven at the end of the tunnel of transition. The final solemn strains of the movement represent the soul's final reflection upon its former life. "Redemption," the final movement, hopefully invokes whatever image one has of "heaven." It was the composer's intention to paint a musical image of golden light shining upon a rainbow-colored landscape. The movement is comprised of two alternating themes, the first energetic and full of sparkle and the second dramatic and full of splendor. Toward the end of the movement, a fragment of the reflective theme of the second movement is heard before the piece drives to a joyous conclusion.
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Interplay for Piano 4-Hands & Orchestra by David Gillingham. Arranged by Dennis Wright. Piano, 4-hands and Orchestra. For Soloist(s) with Full Orchestra (Solo Piano Primo, Solo Piano Secondo, Piccolo, Flute 1/2, Oboe 1/2, A Clarinet 1/2, Bassoon 1/2, F Horn 1/2, F Horn 3/4, C Trumpet 1-3, Trombone 1-2, Bass Trombone, Tuba, Violin I, Violin 2, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Timpani, Percussion 1 (xylophone, bel). Score only. Duration 10:15. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.06191). Interplay for Piano Four Hands and Orchestra was written with the intent of increasing the repertoire for the unique combination of piano four hands and orchestra. The motivation for the creation of this work came as the result of an invitation to become part of the Master Musicians Collective orchestral recording project in 1994. Having written extensively for winds and percussion, I was intrigued by the thought of writing my first orchestra work. After committing to the project, my decision to use the piano as a solo instrument with the orchestra came from the inspiration of Central Michigan University duo pianists Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman, who comprise duo rudenako.Interplay is cast in one movement in a rather free sonata design with part of the development section being in a slow tempo and in a quasi-rhapsodic style. As the title implies, the work is an exchange or "interplay" between the pianists and the orchestra in a flashy, concertato style. The work begins in a fast tempo with the piano primo playing a six-note ostinato pattern which is the foundation of all thematic and motivic material found in the work. Accompanying the piano are strongly accented pitch-dense chords in the orchestra. This culminates with a cadenza-like passage by both pianists that is followed by the first theme. The first theme is spirited and rhythmically alive and is based on the opening ostinato. A short episode follows after which there is a return of the first theme. In direct contrast to the first theme, the ensuing second theme is lyrical and based on the first three notes of the six-note ostinato and is presented by piano primo accompanied by harp-like passages in the piano secondo. A codetta in the low brass closes the exposition.The development begins with a jazz-like episode in both piano parts complete with a "walking" contra bass and drum set line. A short piano cadenza bridges to another episode, somewhat similar to the first, but more strident and intense and accompanied by bongos, toms, and bass drum. This segues into an ostinato pattern above which remnants of the first theme return in the horns and trumpets, bring the fast section to a dramatic conclusion.A slow and mysterious section follows. Piano primo dominates in this section, beginning with quick figurations based on motivic material accompanied by rolled marimba chords and "swishing" vibraphone. This develops into a presentation of first theme material in augmentation accompanied by a pandiatonic ostinato in the piano primo and cascading woodwinds. A brass fanfare announces a cadenza passage by the primo piano and secondo which accelerates, but quickly returns to the slow tempo with short solo passages by the oboe, flute, and clarinet. A retransition by piano primo and secondo at tempo primo follows, reminiscent of the jazz episode at the development's beginning. The return of the first theme is literal but is now followed by a new bridge which links to the second theme, now played by the violins. An extended coda brings the work to a rousing close.--DRG.
$75.00

Instruments: Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Double Bass, Bass Trombone, Percussion, Timpani, Xylophone, Tuba, A Clarinet, C Trumpet, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Trombone, Clarinet, Trumpet
Genres: Classical
At the Dawn of War by Kevin Erickson. For Percussion Ensemble (Player 1 (glockenspiel, doumbek, finger cymbals), Player 2 (xylophone, 2-octave crotales), Player 3 (3-octave Vibraphone), Player 4 (3-octave vibraphone), Player 5 (4.3-octave marimba), Player 6 (4.3-octave marimba), Player 7 (5-octave marimba), Player 8 ). Percussion Music. Difficult. Score and parts. Duration 11:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.10630). The idea for this piece began to manifest itself early in the fall of 2000, with the original sketches following soon thereafter. I had intended to create a work that would depict different episodes in a day of war. By spring of 2001, the project had been moved to the back burner with no definite plans for completion. The following fall, I was able to revisit my sketches. Work had resumed for only a couple of weeks when our nation was struck by the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The flood of emotions that followed fueled my desire to see this project come to fruition. Focusing the direction of the project became increasingly difficult as the piece began to morph into something completely different than what had been originally intended. I had considered changing the title to An Act of War and new sketches were composed to depict the actual events of 9/11. As I grew increasingly frustrated with the progress of the work, I found that I did not want to glorify the attack on our homeland. I then looked back at the original ideas for the piece, ...and opted not to make the work programmatic in the traditional manner, but rather to let listeners conjure up images based on their own experiences.
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Glockenspiel
Concerto for Percussion Solo & Percussion Ensemble. (Solo Percussion feature). By Gary Ziek. For Solo with Percussion Ensemble (Percussion Solo, Player 1 - Bells. Crotales, Player 2 - Xylophone, Chimes (shared with Player 4), Player 3 - Vibraphone 1, Player 4 - Vibraphone 2, Chimes (shared with Player 2), Player 5 - Marimba 1 (4 oct.), Player 6 - Marimba 2 (4 oct.), Player 7 - Mar). Medium difficult. Score and parts. Duration 14:20. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.05383). Concerto for Percussion Solo was composed in January of 2001 as a showcase for the talents of percussionist Scott Herring. The concerto is in three connected movements and features the soloist on a variety of instruments, including marimba, vibraphone, bells, and crotales. A large percussion battery with two snare drums, multiple toms, brake drums, and bass drum is also used. The first movement, March, utilizes a quasi five-part rondo form. The movement starts with a solo snare drum, with the ensemble providing melodic interjections. The introduction builds to the first solo marimba entrance. A left hand ostinato leads to a melodic figure which alternates between six-eight and common time. A short snare drum solo sets up the middle section, in which the soloist and ensemble trade musical ideas. The multi-meter passage returns, with the soloist embellishing ensemble melodic figures. An abrupt modulation leads to the final section, which echoes the opening ideas of the movement. March ends with the soloist back on the snare drum, as it comes quietly to its conclusion. The concerto immediately segues into the second movement, Meditation, which begins with the ethereal sound of multiple sets of wind chimes. As the movement progresses, the soloist plays long, reflective lines over a simple accompaniment, on various combinations of keyboard percussion instruments. The movement builds to a moment of triumph, before returning to its initial contemplative state. Fantasia (a free flight of fantasy) immediately shatters the previous mood. A loud, cacophonous accompaniment provides a charged atmosphere for the soloist to utilize the percussion battery. A short melodic section, noble in character, leads to the initial climax of the final movement. The atmosphere abruptly changes again, as the ensemble and soloist embark upon a fast, violent new section. Musical lines are furiously exchanged, leading up to a thunderous percussive display. The mood is suddenly tinged with blues and jazz influences, letting the soloist function in a manner reminiscent of a drum set player. The final section of Fantasia begins with a unaccompanied marimba solo, played at breakneck speed. The ensemble begins to gradually join the soloist, as the movement builds to a final, fortissimo climax.
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Genres: Classical
Five Pieces for Percussion Quartet by Ron Mazurek. For Percussion with Electronic Sound (1-xylophone, 2-vibraphones, 3-marimbas, 4-timpani). Engraved by Peter Jarvis. Performance Set: 2 Scores, 4 Parts, 6 CDs. Published by Calabrese Brothers Music, LLC (CE.CBM-05-00081).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
1 2 3! (with Tutor CD) by Estefan. Arranged by Crockarell & Dawson. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Vibes, Hi Hat, Agogo Bells, Congas, Police Whistle, Suspended Cymbal, Shaker, Large Tom, Samba Whistle, Cowbell, Full Band). Grade 3. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:55. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0008-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Aerial Attack (with Tutor CD) by Brian S. Mason. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, (2) Marimbas, (2) Vibraphones, Crotales ,Chimes, (4) Timpani, Concert Bass Drum, Suspended Cymbal, Brake Drum, (4) Concert Toms, Wood Block, China Cymbal, Mark Tree, Whip, Splash Cymbal). Grade 5. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:06. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0610-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
African Transit (with Tutor CD) by Tony Sawyer. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Vibes, Tambourine, Cowbell, Wood Block, Congas, Impact Bass Drum, Triangle, Hi Hat, China Cymbal, Medium Suspended Cymbal, Splash Cymbal, 8 Concert Toms (graduating in pitch)). Grade 5. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:06. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0312-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
The Awakening (with Tutor CD) by Chris Brooks. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Vibes, (4) Timpani, Suspended Cymbal, China Cymbal, Mark Tree, Gong, Concert Bass Drum, Shaker). Grade 5. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:35. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.9911-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Bravo (with Tutor CD) by Glen Carter. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Vibes, (3) Timpani, Shaker, Agogo Bells, Cowbell, Claves, Hi Hat, Timbales). Grade 5. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:02. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.9210-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Xylophone
Bustin' Loose (with Tutor CD) arranged by Joe Murphy & Chris Crockarell. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Tambourine, Cowbell, Drum Set, Full Band). Grade 1. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:33. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.0303-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Drum Set, Xylophone, Drums
Camptown Hoedown (with Tutor CD) arranged by Brooks & McDonald. For marching percussion ensemble (Snare, Tenor Drums, Cymbals, Bass Drums, Bells, Xylophone, Marimba, Bells, Xylophone, Siren Whistle, (2) Temple Blocks, Splash Cymbal, Full Band). Grade 3. Score, parts & tutor CD. Duration 1:11. Published by Row-Loff Publications (RF.9108-WTCD).
$75.00

Instruments: Percussion, Drums, Marimba, Xylophone