The African-American spiritual Ain't-a That Good News! exuberantly expresses joy and hope. Set as a slow swing, plenty of articulations help students achieve the proper style. Basses and cellos
Using the familiar ancient English folk song melody, the arranger spins out a "fantastic" meditation on Greensleeves. Fragments of the melody tease the listeners' ear in the engaging introduction,
Here is the authentic edition direct from John Williams and exactly as played in the film. Although this is the original film music, it is understated and remains at the medium-easy level. The string parts
This authentic and energetic arrangement of the Hebrew folk song uses a solo quintet and percussion instruments to expand the palette of the traditional string orchestra. Percussion instruments used include
This elegant, soulful number introduces students to the limitless expressive power of the blues. With swing rhythms (including walking bass), a lyrical tune, and a mood that is at once pensive and joyful,
This exciting concert piece from the rich treasury of Hungarian folk music contrasts highly energetic and beautifully lyrical passages. Ending with a rousing finish, this Grade 2 piece will be a concert
The traditional American folk and bluegrass favorite Angelina Baker is cleverly arranged in an Irish dance style for strings. Great fiddle melodies accompanied by drone harmony make it fun to
For generations the words of the Irish Blessing with its reference to the land, our children and to the people who shape our lives, has inspired so many people. This three movement work scored for
Take a trip to the Emerald Isle in this very accessible medley featuring Danny Boy and Irish Washerwoman. Beginning with the much-loved ballad and concluding with the high-spirited jig,
From the gentle beginning to the triumphant and powerful climax, this enduring arrangement allows students to study expression to the fullest. A beautiful way to move your audience and deliver the universal
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Students will love to play this extremely popular Irish reel that has been heard in movies and television. It infuses a nice, lyrical middle section giving the piece some much-needed repose before firing up
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