Sonata Periods of Life for vibes and marimba (1 player) (in PDF)

Opus #9

In 4 movements:

I) Dawn (mar.and vib.)
II) Children’s Game (mar.only)
III) Chant (Lied) (vib.only)
IV) Rondo (mar.and vib.)

A favorite piece for graduation recitals.
The four movements depict different stages of a person’s life. The first and last movement are to be played on marimba and vibraphone at the same time. The second movement is for solo vibraphone and the third is for solo marimba.

Level: Intermediate/Advanced

Duration: 11 min.

Setup: Vibraphone and Marimba (1 player) – 4 mallets

Available in: Hard copy and in PDF

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Program Note

The sonata was written in 1985 in Brasilia and is dedicated to the composer’s son, Gabriel. The first edition was published in Germany. The four movements (Dawn, Children’s Game, Chant (Lied) and Rondo) represent different periods of a person’s life. In the first and last movements, the soloist plays marimba and vibraphone simultaneously. The second movement is a joyful baião for solo marimba, and the third movement is for solo vibraphone.

Sonata Periods of Life for vibes and marimba (1 player) (in PDF)

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