For four players. Cirone's most popular percussion ensemble is an exciting drumming work for four players. Instrumentation: bongos, timbales, bass drum, concert toms, timpani.
Accent on Ensembles is an exciting book of duets, trios and quartets for flexible instrumentation that correlates with Accent on Achievement, Book 1. Use these ensembles to develop confidence in...
Trumpet Trio with Piano Accompaniment.
For the first time, the Fanfare and Theme from Richard Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra is available for six part Trombone Ensemble with optional Timpani and Organ. Mr. Jeremy Kempton has...
For five players. The 1968 San Francisco Symphony tour of Japan provided the inspiration for this work which includes the old Japanese melody "Moon Over the Ruined Castle." It contains...
The revival of interest in the music of George Hamilton Green can be credited almost completely to the scholarly efforts and xylophone artistry of Bob Becker and the world-famous percussion...
Night Time, a substantial concert work for Violin and Harp, was written in 1998 for Marie-Pierre Langlament and Jean-Claude Velin, who commissioned it. In five short, vivacious movements (Dusk, Sleepless,...
Instrumentation: P1-Vibes (or Bells); P2-Marimba (or Xylophone); P3-Four Tom Toms; P4-Snare Drum; P5-Bass Drum; P6-Four Temple Blocks; P7-Gong (Med.), Large Suspended Cymbals; P8-Timpani.
With recurring thematic elements, repetitive rhythmic patterns, and expansive chords in the keyboard parts, this contest and recital standard finishes strong. Dramatic syncopations create a feeling of momentum and excitement. Duration 3:30. Percussion...
For 2 snare drums, 2 bass drums, cymbals and marching machine.
A collection of popular pieces by Murray Gusseck, this book contains some of the most unique drumline cadences and lot jams ever written.
Instrumentation: P1-Snare Drum; P2-Cymbals, Bass Drum; P3-Tenor Drum; P4-Double Tenor (Tom Toms (2)); P5-Three Timp-Toms (or Timpani (2)).
One of the most exciting and widely played percussion ensembles ever scored! Playable by as few as three to seven players, or by ensembles of unlimited numbers. A brilliant opener...
Driving, barbaric rhythms throughout with few moments of serenity. Requires yelling and chanting from all five players (SA-CRI-FIC-I-UM!!).