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El Pollo Ricardo was written in 1911 by Luis Alberto Fernandez, a young man from Uruguay who was a policeman by day and a tango musician at night. The title refers to a tango dancer friend of his...
This captivating work is a set of variations on the Pong Lang Dance, one of Thailand's most popular melodies. The pong lang is like a xylophone with its wooden keys suspended vertically on...
This piece is "hello," with a smile on your face. It is meant to be simply delightful for the youngest of string students. The melodic material is based on the pentatonic scale, and all of the material is...
Note about the composition:This haunting piece exposes students to the sensitive elaboration of a melody in the Spanish tradition, while teaching skills of sustained legato bowing, tone production, to...
This well-known folk song in Japan is a song that a little girl sings to herself while she toils in a difficult situation. With somber pensive tone and dark, lush harmonies, the folk song is presented four...
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