#1
ok, so on monday we're doing a little concert for 5th graders to see who is interested in joining band next year. each section of the band has to have someone play a solo song just for about 30 seconds, and it has to be something little 5th grade kids will know. any suggestions?
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#2
Smoke on the Water. Don't know if you can play it properly using the marimba (my band class has none), but it is a very easy song to play, just play the intro. You can use the chord roots, I guess. (Or play the chords)

G5, A#5, C5,
G5, A#5, C#5, C5,
G5, A#5, C5, A#5, G5
#3
Quote by yoman297
Smoke on the Water. Don't know if you can play it properly using the marimba (my band class has none), but it is a very easy song to play, just play the intro. You can use the chord roots, I guess. (Or play the chords)

G5, A#5, C5,
G5, A#5, C#5, C5,
G5, A#5, C5, A#5, G5


No...
#4
Play some Steve Reich, watch them get lost on the enormous tract of sonic space that emanates from you...


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ok, so on monday we're doing a little concert for 5th graders



Oh...well I guess Smoke On The Water's good then. Whenever there's a marimba/glockenspiel around, I'm always tempted to play "No Surprises" by Radiohead and the Simpsons theme.
#5
i seriously never thought of playing smoke on the water! wow. thanks, and steve reich made me laugh, i'd love to see them be confused
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#8
Sunday Morning by The Velvet Underground?

Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield?
#12
i'm a 9th grader, and yeah, i can play with two hands. i had to for a solo piece a little ways back.
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