Blues for Gilbert is dedicated to the memory of Gilbert Webster, Mark Glentworth's percussion teacher. This 4-mallet piece for solo vibraphone is one of Glentworth's earlier works, and has since become a percussion standard. The work originated from a vibraphone improvisation played for Gilbert Webster that Glentworth later wrote down. The bluesy, reflective mood and nuanced phrasing is musically demanding and calls for technical precision from the percussionist.
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