Sonata for Marimba
|Title:||Sonata for Marimba|
|Date of Composition:||Copyright © 2001–2002|
|Level of Difficulty:||University
(senior recital level for two mallet marimba)
|Instrumentation:||Solo Marimba |
(may be accompanied or unaccompanied; pseudonym version has orchestral accompaniment)
“Sonata for Marimba” was written for Ben Morrow, a student at the University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music, and exists in many forms. It can work as a longer, unaccompanied piece or there are sections that could function as a shorter, unaccompanied marimba solo. The composition also exists under a pseudonym in a version with accompaniment for orchestra.
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Recording(s) posted: [2002-09-17 00:00:00]
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