One or more of these Rotations makes for a perfect end of an advanced recital. Eric Sammut was the winner of the LHS International Marimba competition in. Results 1 – 20 of 27 Eric Sammut’s Ameline is for solo marimba. If you know the Rotations or Cameleon, Stroboscope is similarly “French” in its style and. These pieces have all the attributes of crowd pleasers catchy rhythms, memorable memories, a bit of swing and even some jazzy harmonies. One or more of.
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Mirages by Eric Sammut. The composition expresses four different musical moods and personalities. Variations on Porgy and Bess arr.
Sammut, Eric: Rotations No. 3 for Marimba
Bras A Achille by Eric Sammut. Commissioned by the Symblema Percussion Group France.
This Choro is written for 4. Magic Carousel by Eric Sammut. Inthe Ju Percussion ensemble commissioned this work for 8 percussionists from Eric Sammut.
Magic Carousel incorporates gypsy, jazz erid latin influences.
Crawl, Walk, Sammtu by Eric Sammut. Sammut’s blend of style, clear melodic ideas and improvisational elements will appear to the differing musical tastes of most audience members. As with Sammut’s other works, it is only a matter of time before this becomes a favorite on college campuses.
Side 2 in 1 by Eric Sammut. This groove-based marimba duo is full of energy and is ideal for showcasing two advanced marimbists.
Sammut, Eric: Rotations No. 1 for Marimba – Brandt – Percussion-Noten-Versand
Sammut’s sweet jazz harmonies and rhythmic drive make this a wonderful addition to the marimba duo repertoire. Ameline by Eric Sammut.
Eric Sammut’s Ameline is for solo marimba. This solo is full of split, syncopated rhythms divided between the left and the right hand. Dance of the Knights by Eric Sammut. The Snake’s Dream by Eric Sammut.
Stroboscope by Eric Sammut. If you know the Rotations or Cameleon, Stroboscope is similarly “French” in its style and harmony, but a smidge easier than Rotations 1 and 3. Zapping Trio by Eric Sammut. For marimba, clarinet, and string bass – a surprisingly fresh sound combination. This rhythmically and harmonically exciting work provides a fun challenge to all involved.
Rotation II by Eric Sammut. These pieces have all the attributes of crowd pleasers” catchy rhythms, memorable memories, a bit of swing and even some jazzy harmonies. One or more of these Rotations makes for a perfect end of an advanced recital.
One of the most beautiful and romantic of Chopin’s piano solos. Sammut has adapted this beautiful work for 5. Puccini “a la Sammut” makes for a delightful dish! In this beautiful arrangement, Sammut uses the singing characteristics of the marimba to bring out the simple, lyrical elements of Puccini’s famous opera. Rotation IV by Eric Sammut.
These pieces have all the attributes of crowd pleasers: Libertango by Eric Sammut. The theme is based on the music of Astor Piazzolla, but the style is unmistakably Sammut. Three Spirals by Eric Sammut. These three short pieces can be played individually, or as a set.
The first is a kind of endearing introduction, the second is more rhythmic and the third is in a “liberate” style. Your Cart is currently empty. Permission to Arrange Book an Artist Warranties.