Well, it is actually in F. Let me explain...This is a guitar quartet I wrote a few years back as an homage to Terry Riley, whose seminal work, In C, was so important to the minimalist movement. So, as a way of playing respect, I wrote a piece called, "C". Anyway, I have continued to have guitar sample woes, and when there are four of them, the sound is not at all a good one (witness the comments on the last guitar quartet I posted). I made a version for four harps, but it lacked the incisiveness that four guitars can bring; I thus tried it for four marimbas. It makes it a different piece, but I think the overall effect remains. It is an exploration of 12/8, with competing subdivisions throughout; it makes for some fun toe tapping!
Oh, the F part: in C, it didn't lie very well on the marimbas, so I transposed it. The original title remains, as I hope to have it done on four guitars (possibly in the offing).
Any comments are welcome.