Adaptable Trios, the newest series from Excelcia Music Publishing, contains 25 newly-composed or arranged trios that can be flexibly used with any combination of wind and percussion instruments in
Barnstormer is a quality percussion trio by Chris Crockarell. Attributes such as solid arrangement and playability for young players have put this
These selections work as individual pieces or in a four-movement capacity. This "mini-symphony" reveals the importance of key relationships, tempo relationships, and contrasting dynamics.
From the Baroque era to the 20th century, these 18 trios are arranged in a wide variety of styles. Written to be played by any combination of three instruments, this versatile collection provides not only
This high-energy trio for nonpitched percussion features stick clicks, playing on rims, and motifs that emphasize the flamacue. It is cleverly conceived with a solid form. A terrific addition to your
This piece is scored for snare drum, bongos, and four small drums. It is a true crab canon, in that after playing the piece once, the music is turned upside-down and played again.
Little Lullabies is a collection of six arrangements based on themes from famous classical composers. Works by Mozart, Schumann, Beethoven, Chopin, and Bach are featured with instrumentation that
Named for the small town in southwest Colorado that's known as the gateway to the spectacular Mesa Verde cliffs, this contest standard for advancing drummers is an exciting mix of accented tutti and exposed
This is a collection of Mozart melodies from Eine Kline Nacht Music, Sonata in C, Symphony 25, Rondo Alla Turca and Ah vous dirai-je (Twinkle, twinkle).
Oriental is part of Don Larsen's Danzas Espanolas. These are arrangements of pieces composed by Enrique Granados between 1892 and 1900. They are among his earliest
The marimba is one of the most popular instruments in the Caribbean Islands. The performance of Caribbean music often features multiple players on a single marimba. Such is the case in Brian Slawson's
As the title suggests, Tomfoolery is a piece that calls for three players with one tom each. It uses hocket rhythms between the players for the main thematic material in the opening and closing A