Bring a taste of South America to your next concert with this delightful arrangement of traditional children's songs (San Severino and De Colores). The popular melodies are introduced in
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This classic Russian folk dance in the traditional bottle dance format is carefully crafted for developing string ensemble. A terrific opportunity to teach and perform music, style and tradition from
A matryoshka is a Russian doll carved so that smaller ones fit within larger dolls of various sizes. They generally are beautifully hand painted in brilliant colors representative of the Russian peasantry.
Written to recognize the indigenous peoples of America, the haunting melody captures the many trials they have encountered. The "heartbeat" is reminiscent of the American Indian drum, and the entire piece
A hauntingly beautiful Japanese folk song is the basis for this mysterious, lush setting. "Sunayama" gives you the opportunity to feature your four best players with string quartet writing that
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
Here's a traditional Yiddish riddle song with a haunting melody, which this arrangement combines with rich, lush harmonies to encourage and inspire. Mesmerizing!
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