Musser-Etude Op. 6, #9 (B Major)-M

Model: 3-2812

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$8.00

Musser’s solo compositions and transcriptions and his ensemble arrangements have enjoyed great popularity. His Etudes have remained a staple in marimba repertoire and they continue to be performed daily all over the world. The study...
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Musser’s solo compositions and transcriptions and his ensemble arrangements have enjoyed great popularity. His Etudes have remained a staple in marimba repertoire and they continue to be performed daily all over the world. The study and mastery of Clair Omar Musser’s Etudes is considered by teachers and performers to e a type of “right of passages” into technical competence. Almost all marimbists study at least one of them, and most professionals have learned them all.

  • Number of Players: 1
  • Difficulty: Grade 4
  • Instrumentation:
    • Player I: Marimba

Marimba virtuoso Clair Omar Musser’s influence on playing, teaching, composition, and manufacture has been pervasive. He performed his own arrangements of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Bach, Paganini, and others internationally. His solo compositions and transcriptions and his ensemble arrangements have enjoyed great popularity. Musser’s large marimba orchestras were acclaimed throughout the world. He was a teacher of renown, having headed the Northwestern University Marimba Department for ten years and sent many of his students to important positions in playing and teaching. His innovations in grip, mallets, and technique revolutionized marimba and vibraphone playing. An inventor and designer of instruments, he custom-made instruments for many famous performers. Musser also founded the company that bears his name.

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This is an old standard that everyone can play for college auditions. Along with the C Major, a great next step after yellow after the rain.

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Tim

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