This is a fun arrangement of a well-known American folk song.
A delightful fairytale in music form.
This is a fun arrangement of a traditional Irish jig.
A fun descriptive ensemble.
Imagine the butterfly taking its first flight.
As the name suggests, exciting interludes held together by a strong rhythmic undercurrent.
This piece contains an exciting build up with powerful rhythms and syncopations.
A rhythmic trio with changing time signatures.
A fun percussion arrangment of this famous hornpipe.
An energetic trio for marimba, claves and cabasa.
A rhythmic celebration built over a dramatic timpani bass line.
The changing landscapes of the mountain come to life in this ensemble.
An experiment with a Latin feel in 5/4 time.
Written for a visit to Erlangen, Germany. A typical lederhosen, thigh slapping, beer drinking German Polka.
Originally written as a student test piece for multi percussion playing.
An opportunity to feature two kit drummers playing in unison and improvising.
A mixed ability piece with a marimba solo giving the impression of continuous revolving circles.
Inspired by the many church bells on a visit to Autun, France, this is a mixed ability piece with a fairly difficult first xylophone part.
This medium difficulty solo for three unaccompanied timpani is excellent for development of rhythmic independence and well suited for contests and recitals.
A sweet lyrical ensemble which the players will need to listen to each other to make the piece truly speak.