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Northern Lights. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

With Dan Zhu; Julian Schwarz; Trey Lee; Robert Black; Y oobin Son; Pius Cheung; David Friend; and Marika Bournaki.

$12.98
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Nian 2 : For Multiple Percussion.

Publisher: Pius Cheung Music

In one movement. With an introduction and biographical note. The music is for a single performer, playing a variety of gongs, cymbals, and drums. Of advanced difficulty.

$25.00
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Classical Sonata : For Solo Marimba.

Publisher: Pius Cheung Music

Contents: Allegro Con Brio -- Adagio Expressivo -- Scherzo -- Allegro Energico. With program and biographical notes. The music was composed in the style of Beethoven. The third movement was composed after the premiere of the work. Duration ca. 23 minutes.

$26.25
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Etude In E Minor : For Solo Marimba.

Publisher: Pius Cheung Music

In one movement. With an introduction and biographical notes. Dedicated to the memory of Edward Aldwell. Of advanced difficulty.

$15.00
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Nocturne In F Minor : For Solo Marimba.

Publisher: Pius Cheung Music

In one movement. With an introduction and biographical note. This piece was inspired by a sleepless night. Of advanced difficulty.

$15.00
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Nocturne In G Flat Major : For Solo Marimba.

Publisher: Pius Cheung Music

In one movement. With an introduction and biographical notes. A warm piece built from a simple improvisation. Of moderate to advanced difficulty.

$15.00
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Prelude To Paradise. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

…-- Casey Cangelosi: Occhio -- Martin Blessinger: Image For Percussion Orchestra: Burladingen Beim Ersten Schneefall -- Ryan George: Consider The Birds -- Matt Moore: Critical Mass -- Pius Cheung: Nocturne For Percussion Ensemble -- Dave Hall: Doors. Performed by the TCU Percussion Orchestra.

$17.98
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Etude In E Flat Minor : For Marimba.

Publisher: Edition Svitzer

In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Cheung is a Chinese-Canadian marimba player and composer. This Andante piece has no markings, leaving many aspects of interpretation up to the performer.

$26.00
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