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Partita in D Minor (SHEET MUSIC)

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This piece, originally written in 1980 is an homage to the J. S. Bach D minor Partita.  It was the first major piece Ed created after college.  The piece is written for marimba, vibes or violin.  The piece won an honorable mention in the Percussive Arts Society Composition contest.

It is written in a classic Baroque form, in five movements: Allemande, Corrente, Sarabande, Gigue, and Chaconne. Some of the movements only require 2 mallets, while the other require four. Pedaling is left up to the performer.

This piece has been under another publisher, but is now exclusively available here!

Original Notes from the composer:

http://edhartmanmusic.com/files/partita-notes-bw3.jpg

Ed Hartman performs the piece on vibraphone (1980):

https://soundcloud.com/c-alanpublications/partita-in-d-minor

Barbara Henry performs the piece on violin (1980):

http://edhartmanmusic.com/solo_violin

The price is $15.00USD for the pdf (You will get an email after payment).

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Return of the Wooden Soldiers (SHEET MUSIC)

This piece is a homage to "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"  by Leon Jessel.

It is arranged for solo xylophone and piano.  (contact Ed about an orchestral and concert band arrangement)

This piece has been under another publisher, but is now exclusively available here!

Original synthesized solo and orchestral version:

https://edhartmanmusic.com/track/2027837/return-of-the-wooden-soldiers

The price is $18.00USD for the pdf. (You will get an email after payment).

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Ed Hartman

Ed Hartman, Soundtrack: The Blind Side. Ed Hartman scores percussive, orchestral, jazz, pop, rock, Latin, world and electronic music. Ed's music has been heard on television (HBO, NBC, ABC, CBS, MTV, Discovery, Green, TLC, WE, Travel, Women, Animal Planet, MSNBC) and in feature films, shorts commercials, documentaries and even a planetarium.