Also known as Air Varie, this is a true showcase for an advanced violist. Set in C Major, the four-measure theme wastes no time moving into 14 short variations plus a coda. Solo is grade 5 and...
These "Dances for Orchestra" are extremely appealing Latin/South American showcases for two solo violins and string orchestra. They simply sparkle with their engaging rhythms and vitality. A major...
Feature your top player on this famous American tune! The first time through, the soloist takes the lead accompanied by some pizzicato and the occasional foot stomp. The second time through, first violins...
What could be more inspiring to your young players than playing with an advanced musician? Offer the solo to a local high school or college student, or even a pro in the area, and have them guest star at...
Taken from "Concerto Grosso, Op. 3," L'Estro Armonico (Harmony of the Soul), this unique edition offers the opportunity to feature three of your best players - two violins and one viola - as...
We're sure you're familiar with this one! It's the standard piece known as the "Bach Double" that every Suzuki student eventually learns. And chances are you have two students who would love to be featured!...
This beautiful, programmatic, contemporary, evocative, and melodic piece follows a dialog between the solo viola and the string ensemble. It is inspired by the Native Americans moon cycles.
It's Vivaldi's Gloria - without all those pesky singers! This string orchestra arrangement of Vivaldi's choral masterwork is the perfect introduction for young string players. It retains the...
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