Son of Hot Marimba

By Hampton, Walt
Item No. 846942
Son of Hot Marimba offers 12 Orff-arranged songs of varying difficulty, rated on a scale from 1-10. The author, Walt Hampton, gives a suggested arrangement for each, and notes some of the specific challenges associated with preparing and performing each song. There is no recorded CD that comes with
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Son of Hot Marimba offers 12 Orff-arranged songs of varying difficulty, rated on a scale from 1-10. The author, Walt Hampton, gives a suggested arrangement for each, and notes some of the specific challenges associated with preparing and performing each song. There is no recorded CD that comes with this book, but videos of Hampton’s groups can be found on on YouTube of his groups. To find the videos, go to www.youtube.com and search for 'Bahuru (his high school group), 'Baduku (middle school) or Rugare (elementary).

Songs (The number in parenthesis indicates difficulty level):
The Trouble with Bees (2)
After School (3)
Twelve Gerbils and a Zip Tie (3)
The Pool on the Savannah (3)
El Matador (5)
S.D.G. (5)
U.F.O. (5)
Rutendo (6)
Senor Hobkins' Last Dance (7)
Babylon's Donut Shop (8)
Someone Else's Cat (8)
Cool #2 (9)

Reviews (1)
  • Excellent Marimba Music
    I have had the privilege to play these songs at Walt Hampton's "Hot Marimba" course for World Music Drumming. It's awesome that these are notated, and I love how Walt introduces his compositions. If your just starting out an Orff ensemble or a marimba ensemble at your school or community it would be best to buy the "Hot Marimba" or "Marimba Mojo" books first. These books touch more on the rudiments of marimba playing an offer great insights to arranging and playing percussion accompaniments with your group. This book would do well to challenge intermediate -advanced groups in the upper elementary grades, as well as groups in middle school and high school. Great melodies, chords, and song titles; I would highly recommend this being in your library if you teach percussion or Orff at all.
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