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Abe-Works for Solo Marimba-M

Model: PS-001

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$46.95

Works for Solo Marimba contains 4 of Keiko Abe's most famous solo marimba compositions. This edition has altered parts for 4.3 octave marimbas. Included: Wind Across Mountains Wind Sketch Prism Tambourin Paraphrase Number of Players:1 ...
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Works for Solo Marimba contains 4 of Keiko Abe's most famous solo marimba compositions. This edition has altered parts for 4.3 octave marimbas.

Included:
Wind Across Mountains
Wind Sketch
Prism
Tambourin Paraphrase

Number of Players:1
Difficulty: Grade 4-5
Instrumentation:
Player I: Marimba

Keiko Abe has developed her position as a world-class marimbist thanks to a rare combination of creative power, acute sensitivity, and virtuosic technique. She commands an overwhelming repertoire and appears regularly throughout the world in performances of solo concertos, chamber music, and improvisations. She is also in demand as a guest lecturer and has given master classes in leading music conservatories in North America, Central and South America, Europe, and Asia.

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Worth the money and time

Comments:

I bought this book as a freshman in high school and have set it aside as an ultimate goal for myself and now that I have learned two pieces in the book after four years of playing (I am a senior) I can still say that these pieces are difficult and require a worlds worth of chops. But in the end this book is worth the buy. I would recommenced it to anyone and everyone who is looking for challenging rep just to have prepared for any occasion.

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Andrew

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5.00

Wonderful

Comments:

Daughter loves this! She is very pleased. This was worth every penny. Michelle

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Alyssa

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5.00

Just a warning

Comments:

Abe's solo's are great! But just be careful before buying the book. Only one of the solos are meant to be played on a Low A marimba. The first two are Low F, the 3rd is C above Low C, and the last one requires the full 5 octaves.

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Kevin M

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5.00
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