This piece was originally written for marimba and soprano, but due to a couple reasons, it has been adapted for marimba and cello. First, of course, the shortage of marimba/cello duets in the world was just too much! And secondly, the composer had many specific requests to create a Song of ‘Almah instrumental version from friends and colleagues. Therefore, in order to tell the story, instrumentally, ‘Almah needed to be an instrument of beauty and expression, soothing in nature, that would compliment these aspects of the marimba. Needless to say, Beall found the cello to be this perfect fit, as it also seemed the most similar instrument to the human voice in range and emotion.
Song of Almah for marimba and cello by Andrew Beall
This piece was originally written for marimba and soprano, but due to a couple reasons, it has been.... Read More
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