Impromptu in C Minor
This arrangement of the IMPROMPTU IN C MINOR by the composer, who, despite being one of the great musicians of was created to give percussionists the opportunity to study and perform music the late-Classical/early-Romantic period, did not contribute any significant music to the instrument itself. The most challenging aspects of performing the work will be in the ensemble (by nature of turning a solo piece into a duo), and of achieving the appropriate style of the period, in so far as the marimba only being able to achieve the necessary timbre and articulation with careful control of the stroke and resonance. As the player will not necessarily be accustomed to the styles of the period, is it encouraged that they be as sensitive as possible to the phrasing and to adjust the tempo and balance however necessary to achieve a cohesive ensemble.
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4.0-octave and 5.0-octave marimbas