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Easy Solos Vol. 3

Composer: Daniel Berg

Instrument: Marimba, Vibraphone or Xylophone

Level: Intermediate

Published: 2016

Price: €16.00


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  • Description +
    • Duration: 15 min.

      "In the early 1970s the legendary percussionist Mitchell Peters composed unforgettable works for the young marimba player such as Sea Reflections and Yellow after the Rain. Now Daniel Berg continues Peters pedagogical idea of ​​a repertoire that is idiomatic while musically challenging for the young percussionist. 

      This booklet contains five solo pieces with four mallets for vibraphone, xylophone or marimba. All works have the range F-F and can therefore be played on any mallet instrument."

      Easy Duets with duets for mallet instruments by Daniel Berg are previously published by Edition Svitzer. The books have been very well received among young students and teachers around the world.

  • Instrumentation +
    • Solo Vibraphone, Xylophone or Marimba

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  • About the composer +
    • Daniel Berg is a versatile marimba soloist, composer and educator. He holds the position as the percussion and chamber music teacher at the University Colleges of Music in Stockholm, Örebro and Gothenburg (Sweden).    

      In his passion to promote the marimba as a solo- and chamber music instrument, Daniel has worked intimately with a number of composers who have written original music for the instrument. This includes more than 250 world premieres for solo and chamber works. Daniel Berg is an artist of Bergerault Marimbas and Elite Mallets.  

      As a composer Daniel has written a lot for percussion published by Edition Svitzer. Solo pieces for marimba like Helios, Phoenix and Twilight Garden and the series of Easy Duets and Easy Solos who become a best seller for young percussion players round the world.

  • Credits +
    • Illustrations: Jacob Niclas Tersmeden
      Photo: Per Buhre
      Engraving: Johan Svitzer
      Printed in Copenhagen, Denmark
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