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Vortex (downloadable)
$18.99
As heard performed by the Bluecoats drumline in the DCI lot in 2014, there’s no escaping the Vortex.
2.5.5 Library Update for VDL
$15.00
Offers increased performance, new instruments, updated documentation, and numerous other enhancements and fixes.
Five Minute Drill
$16.00
Daily, FUN classroom routines and play-along tracks for beginning percussion
Over the Rainbow
$23.00
For solo marimba, this arrangement injects jazzy flourishes and classical romantic influences to the famous song from “The Wizard of Oz.”
Season's Beatings
$50.00
A quirky collection of 11 offbeat holiday arrangements for percussion ensemble.
Pure Imagination
$23.00
From "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," this is a jazzy arrangement for solo marimba by Alex Stopa.
Like a Burden Too Heavy
$16.00
A contemplative, heartfelt marimba solo for the intermediate player.
Six Caprices Op. 26 (downloadable)
$15.50
Originally written for classical guitar by classical/romantic composer, Matteo Carcassi (1792-1853), these six caprices work as great etudes or...
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