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26 New Concert Titles for 2013!

We’re excited to present a fresh new batch of awesome concert music for 2013! New percussion ensembles, duets, and solos are now available to spice up your concert season.

In addition to new releases from veteran Tapspace artists Brian Blume, Jamieson Carr, Jim Casella, Ralph Hicks, Jesse Monkman, Jeff Queen, Brian Slawson, Christopher D. Walker, and Stephen Whibley, we’d like to welcome the following new artists to the Tapspace lineup: Alan Keown, Alex Stopa, Stephen Primatic, Dustin Schulze, John Ling, and Bradley Slayter.

Below is a quick overview of the new 2013 concert collection. Click on the titles for more details.

NEW MALLET SOLOS FOR 2013

…like a burden too heavy
for solo marimba
by Brian Blume
(Medium)

Pure Imagination
(from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory)
arranged for solo marimba by Alex Stopa
Leslie Bricusse/Anthony Newley; arr. Alex Stopa
(Advanced)

South Kolora
for solo marimba
by Alex Stopa
(Medium)

Fantasy for Vibraphone
for solo vibraphone
by Jesse Monkman
(Med-Advanced)

 

NEW TIMPANI, SNARE, OTHER SOLOS FOR 2013

Just a Matter of Time
for solo timpani
by Jamieson Carr
(Advanced)

Solo Piano for Percussion
inspired by El Mar by Caitlin Ireland
by Christopher D. Walker
(Medium)

Third Rail
four episodes for solo snare and sequenced piano
by John Ling
(Advanced)

Aisle Seat
for solo snare with kick drum
by Jeff Queen
(Med-Easy)

Modulation
for solo snare drum
by Jeff Queen
(Med-Advanced)

Tax Time
for solo marching snare
by Jeff Queen
(Advanced)

Double Flag
solo for two snare drums
by Jeff Queen
(Advanced)

NEW PERCUSSION DUETS AND ENSEMBLES FOR 2013

Agua de Beber
for percussion ensemble
by Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes
arranged by Ralph Hicks
(Med-Easy)

Breakdown
for percussion quartet
by Bradley Slayter
(Medium)

Czardas
for xylophone solo and percussion ensemble
by Vittorio Monti; arr. Stephen Primatic
(Medium)

Detour
for percussion ensemble
by Brian Blume
(Med-Easy)

Etude in C# Minor (Op. 2, No. 1)
for mallet duet
by Alexander Scriabin; arr. Brian Slawson
(Med-Advanced)

Festival of the New Sun
for percussion ensemble
by Alan Keown
(Med-Easy)

Higuita!
for quartet on one marimba
by Stephen Whibley
(Advanced)

La Boda de Luis Alonso (Intermezzo)
for percussion ensemble
by G. Gimenez y Bellido; arr. Bobby Lopez
(Med-Advanced)

Meanwhile in a Parallel Universe
for marimba and percussion ensemble
by Jim Casella
(Advanced)

Raspberry Tango
for marimba quartet
by Dustin Schulze
(Medium)

Shades of Glass
for percussion ensemble
by Dustin Schulze
(Med-Advanced)

Shock and Awe
for percussion ensemble
by Jamieson Carr
(Med-Advanced)

Sonata in A Minor (L. 241/K. 54)
for mallet duet
by Domenico Scarlatti; arr. Brian Slawson
(Medium)

The Three Banditos
for trio on one marimba
by Brian Slawson
(Med-Easy)

Trout Scherzo
for mallet/percussion ensemble
by Franz Schubert; arr. Stephen Primatic
(Medium)
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