Marimbists

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This list has 1 sub-list and 38 members. See also Percussionists, Musicians by instrument

  1. American marimbists

    American marimbists

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  1. Jack White

    Jack White

    129,527 views
    Rock musician

  2. Brian Jones

    Brian Jones

    60,357 views
    British musician

  3. Jack Imel

    Jack Imel

    418 views
    American dancer

  4. Evelyn Glennie

    Evelyn Glennie

    141 views
    Scottish percussionist

  5. Harry Partch

    Harry Partch

    67 views
    American composer, instrument builder and music theorist

  6. Dave Pike

    Dave Pike

    43 views
    American musician

  7. Bobby Hutcherson

    Bobby Hutcherson

    33 views
    American musician

  8. Thristan Mendoza

    Thristan Mendoza

    16 views
    Filipino, Musician

  9. Leigh Howard Stevens

    Leigh Howard Stevens

    13 views
    American musician

  10. Musekiwa Chingodza

    Musekiwa Chingodza

    10 views
    Zimbabwean, Musician

  11. Alex Jacobowitz

    Alex Jacobowitz

    9 views
    classically-trained street performer

  12. Keiko Abe

    Keiko Abe

    9 views
    Composer and marimba player

  13. Vida Chenoweth

    Vida Chenoweth

    8 views

    Vida Chenoweth (born 1929 in Enid, Oklahoma) was the first professional solo classical marimbist. Also a noted ethnomusicologist and linguist, she was inducted into The Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1985 for her contributions to those three fields.


  14. Ney Rosauro

    Ney Rosauro

    11 views
    Brazilian musician

  15. Pierce Knox

    Pierce Knox

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    Pierce Knox (June 1, 1921 - September 19, 1985) was a blind xylophone and marimba player who toured from coast to coast and in Canada during the 1940s and 1950s. He achieved fame by winning the $5,000 grand prize on the Horace Heidt Original Youth Opportunity television show by performing the "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" on the xylophone.


  16. Jerry Tachoir

    Jerry Tachoir

    4 views
    American musician

  17. Gordon Stout

    Gordon Stout

    3 views
    American composer

  18. Pedro Carneiro

    Pedro Carneiro

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    Pedro Carneiro is a Portuguese solo classical percussionist, marimba player, and composer. Pedro Carneiro is one of the very few percussion players to have made an international career as a soloist, and has established himself as one of the world's foremost solo percussionists, performing regularly throughout Europe, the Asia and the United States.


  19. Gideon Nxumalo

    Gideon Nxumalo

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    Gideon "Mgibe" Nxumalo [] (born 15 June 1929 in Kimberley; died 24 December 1970) was a South African jazz pianist and marimba player, acclaimed also as a composer and arranger. Nxumalo has been hailed as “perhaps one of South Africa’s greatest unsung musical and cultural heroes.”


  20. Kathryn Salfelder

    Kathryn Salfelder

    2 views
    Composer

  21. Baja Marimba Band

    Baja Marimba Band

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    The Baja Marimba Band was a popular musical group led by marimba player Julius Wechter. Initially formed by producer Herb Alpert to cash in on the "south of the border" craze started by his own Tijuana Brass, the Baja Marimba Band outlasted the Tijuana Brass by several years thanks largely in part to TV producer Chuck Barris, who featured the group's music on his game shows through the mid-1970s.


  22. Clair Omar Musser

    Clair Omar Musser

    2 views
    American, Musician

  23. Zeferino Nandayapa

    Zeferino Nandayapa

    2 views
    Mexican musician

  24. Dave Danford

    Dave Danford

    2 views

    David Joel Danford (born June 19, 1984) is a British percussionist. He is best known for his work as a classical percussion soloist but has also worked with numerous dance music producers including BBC Radio 1 DJ Judge Jules.


  25. Nancy Zeltsman

    Nancy Zeltsman

    2 views
    Jazz vibraphonist

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