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Fambrough-3 Cycles (ST)-SD/P/5T/Tape

Number of Players: 2 (with CD accompaniment) Difficulty: Grade 6 Instrumentation: "Then" Player I: Field Drum Player II: Bass Drum ... 

Fambrough-The Third Half of the Circle-M/V/Cro/P

Number of Players: 1 with CD accompaniment Difficulty: Grade 5 Instrumentation: Marimba (low E), Vibraphone, Crotales (low octave), 2 Chinese Cymbals, China Splash Cymba... 

Fambrough-Distant Light-M

Number of Players: 1 Difficulty: Grade 3 Instrumentation: Marimba 

Fambrough-Medal of Honor-M

Medal of Honor by Gene Fambrough was composed for and is dedicated to all war veterans. This five octave marimba solo was inspired by the monuments in the Washington D. C. are... 

Fambrough-Night Songs-M

Night Songs by Gene Fambrough is a two movement 4.5 octave (low F) marimba solo. This four mallet solo runs approximately 7 minutes. The first movement, Until We Meet A... 

Fambrough-Four Movements for Timpani-4T

Number of Players: 4 Difficulty: Grade 3+ Instrumentation: 4 Timpani 

Debussy-Cathedrale Engloutie arr. Fambrough (SP)-B/2V/C/ Cro./3M/BM/3T/P/PN

La Cathedrale Engloutie by Claude Debussy arranged for percussion ensemble by Gene Fambrough. Originally written as a piano prelude, this arrangement requires players with a g... 

Fambrough-Shadowfax (SP)-Solo SD/P

This piece by Gene Fambrough for rudimental snare drum and percussion quartet portrays the unbridled energy and limitless strength of the horse Shadowfax (from "Lord of the Ri... 

Fambrough-Where Thou Art-That-is Home-M

Based on an Emily Dickinson poem of the same name, "Where Thou Art – That – is Home" is a beautiful, lush chorale for solo marimba by Gene Fambrough. Number... 

Fambrough-Occam's Razor (SP)-Solo M/V/V/Cro./P

Occam's Razor by Gene Fambrough is named after the well-known principle of succinctness used in problem-solving, stating that when choosing between two or more methods, the si... 

Liszt-Nuages Gris arr. Fambough (SP)-B/V/C/Cro./3M/-2-3T/ P/PN

Nuages Gris by Franz Liszt arranged for percussion ensemble by Gene Fambrough. Written for ten players, Fambrough says of this piece, "Franz Liszt composed the piece as a work...