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Walking Together by Nicholas Chernich

Model # 18130 By: C. Alan Publications
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  • Overview

    • Four Mallets
    • Medium-Easy Difficulty
    • A Nice Piece for High School Students
    • Duration - 7:00
    • Only Need 4.3 Octave Marimba
  • Item Details

    Starting with a chorale and working towards a more rhythmically detailed, technically challenging section, this work will challenge young marimbists who feel comfortable holding and manipulating four mallets. The middle section involves quite a bit of interlaced rhythms between the right and left hands while incorporating single independent and single alternating strokes. Overall this piece has a nice tonal sound with some 'outside' notes to give it a little more color - a good challenge for early intermediate players. Here's a peek at the sheet music.

    From the composer: This piece begins with a soothing and reflective rolled section that first introduces the main theme in the upper voice. Throughout the piece you can hear this main theme transformed through rhythmic development and variation. It builds to a climax with a joyful flurry of sixteenth notes. The theme returns at the end in a tranquil setting that concludes with a summary of the opening chords. The title, Walking Together, comes from a black and white photograph of two children walking down a dirt road lined by oak trees leading to a plantation. I applied this title to walks with my grandmother and imitated the serene atmosphere in the music. The piece begins with a soothing and reflective rolled section that first introduces the main theme in the upper voice. Throughout the piece you can hear this main theme transformed through rhythmic development and variation. It builds to a climax with a joyful flurry of sixteenth notes. The theme returns at the end in a tranquil setting that concludes with a summary of the opening chords. This piece is dedicated to my grandfather, Theophile V. Franek, for his love of education and music that influenced the person I am today.
  • Specifications

    Name Walking Together by Nicholas Chernich
    Brand C. Alan Publications
    Model # 18130
    UPC Code [Error processing dynamic tag getCurrentAttribute('item', 'upccode') : record invtpart 40676 not found]
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    Number of Crotales
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    Number of Marimbas1
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    Includes Rhythm Section
    Duration7:00
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    DifficultyEasy +
    Number of Performers1
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    Author/ComposerChernich, Nicholas
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    Compatible With4.3 Octave Marimba (Low A2), 4.5 Octave Marimba (Low F2), 4.6 Octave Marimba (Low E2), 5.0 Octave Marimba (Low C2)
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