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Marimba Songs

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Book/2 Cd's
Composer Joh Madin
Publisher Beatin' Path Publications, Llc
Catalog # BPP-MS

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Marimba Songs Composed by Joh Madin. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Beatin' Path Publications, Llc. (Catalog # BPP-MS)

These songs have been written or arranged with marimba or xylophoned accompani ments in mind. Many of the pieces can be played instrumentally. A number of the songs are ba sed on marimba pieces that have been used by the composer for some time. For e xample, Tram Song has as its instrumental section a piede called Steppin Down . Kids can sing along with either of the CD's. One group of kids can play the accompalniment while a choir sings the song. An individual or small group pla ys while the others sing and vice-versa.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLUE DANUBE WALTZ  
CAPRICCIO  
CINCINNATI CITY  
EDDIE'S GREAT GRANDFATHER  
EXOTIC PLACES  
GLORY BE  
HOUSE SONG  
I JUST LOVE ABBA  
LOST MY DOG  
MARTINA KALLINA  
MY HORSE,BADGE  
NIGUN ATIK/BROYGES TANZ  
ON HTE BUS  
PLAY THEA TRUMPET  
PORRIDGE  
SOMEONE STOLE MY LOLLIPOP  
THE CAN CAN/SITTING IN A CAFE  
THE CROCODILE OPERA  
THE MARIMBA MARCH  
THE WATERFALL  
TRAM SONG  

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