Duet

Carulli-24 Guitar Duets

24 Duets by Fernando Carulli translates excellently to any keyboard instrument. This pieces in this collection get into some pretty advance 4 mallet voicings. Number o... 

Stolk-Light as a Feather (2S)-V/M

Light as a Feather by Roland Stolk was on of the winners of the PAS mallet duo compositions. This Piece is easily developed for the intermediate players but appears so much mo... 

Sammut-Ameline DUET VERSION (2S)-V/M

Eric Sammut's Ameline, for solo marimba, has been adapted to a duo format for marimba and vibraphone. This work is full of split, syncopated rhythms divided between the two in... 

Cohen-An Ant's World (2S)-M (4 hands)

An Ant's World by Robert S Cohen is a marimba performance that requires 2 players on on instrument. Some of the passages in this performance are challenging to the player but ... 

Gibson-Sea Monkey (SP)-M/VC

Sea Monkey by Sarah Gibson is the first place PAS 2010 contest winner. This two movement piece for cello and marimba is meant to depict the life cycle of brine shrimp. When re... 

Chopin-Polonaise Heroique arr. Albert-M

Polonaise Heroique by Frederic Chopin has been arranged as a marimba duet by Ludwig Albert. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 4 Instrumentation: Pla... 

Larsen-Like Blind Men Tapping in the Dark (SP)-M (2 players)

Like Blind Men Tapping In The Dark by Libby Larsen is a marimba piece for two performers and one five octave marimba. Each player holds four mallets, one facing forward, one f... 

Husa-Elegie (S-n2)-V/M/P

Elegie by Karel Husa is a duet for vibraphone and 4.5 octave (low F) marimba (with suspended cymbal, gong, and tubular bell). This adaptation of this piece, originally scored ... 

Katny-Chain II (S-n2)-2M

Chain II by Polish composer Arkadiusz Katny is written for advanced marimba duo and is a sequel to Katny's first piece of this nature entitled Chain I . It is wr... 

Bach-Fifteen Bach Inventions for the Piano arr. Bousoni-2Mal

Fifteen Bach Inventions for the Piano arranged by Bousoni is a piano score that translates nicely for two mallet players. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 5 ... 

Schmitt-Drei Skizzen (S-n2)-2M

Drei Skizzen by Matthias Schmitt is a jaunty marimba duet composed for intermediate to advanced player.  

Pershing-Mallet Duets for Student & Teacher bk. 1

This unique collection of original sight-reading duets features a challenging teacher's part as well as a simplified student part. The teacher and student alternate playing th... 

Tanner-Duo Miniature-V/M/X/C

Duo Miniature by Peter Tanner is a duet featuring most mallet keyboard instrument in five movements. This intermediate to advanced performance showcases xylophone, marimba, v... 

DeSalvo-Pramantha(2P)-V/M

Pramantha by Jack DeSalvo has been arranged as a marimba vibraphone duet by Arthur Lipner. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 3 Instrumentation: Playe... 

Houllif-Contest Duets for Young Mallet Players-M

Contest Duets for Young Mallet Players by Murray Houllif is a collection of ten originals is playable by any combination of bells, xylophone, vibraphone or marimba. As in all ... 

Delecluse-Stagesquisse-V/M(SP)

Stagesquisse by Jacques Delecluse is a challenging but fun duet for vibraphone and marimba. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 5+ Instrumentation: Pla... 

Chopin-Nocturnes for Two arr Miller-M

Nocturnes for Two by Frederic Chopin arranged for two marimba duet by Adam Miller. Composed between 1827-1846 and considered among some of the finest works for solo piano ever... 

Debussy-Le Petit Negre arr. Aldenhoff

Le Petit Negre by Claude Debussy has been arranged as a marimba duet by Thomas Aldenhoff. Number of Players: 2 Difficulty: Grade 4 Instrumentation: 2 Marimbas 

Dittersdorf-Duo for Vibraphone and Marimba

Duo for vibraphone and marimba by Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf was originally composed as a viola and cello duet has been realised as a vibraphone and marimba duet. Num... 

Johnson, D.-Shape Shifter (SP)-V/M

Shape Shifter by David Johnson is a duet written for vibraphone and 4.5 octave marimba. The composer uses repeating rhythmic patterns and "shifts" them into different keys.