This high-energy collection in the mass choir style is dynamic! If your choir is enjoying cutting-edge gospel arrangements, Great Joy will be a spirited addition to your Christmas worship services. Recorded
Arranged from MacDowell's Woodland Sketches for Piano, Op. 51, No. 8, the technical demands of the Solo Violin part, while suitable for a guest artist, should be well within the reach of the orchestra's
Brahms' famous overture has been carefully edited to remain playable yet as close to the original as possible. Veteran arranger Vernon Leidig has carefully scored this work to produce the rich full sound
This arrangement offers exciting opportunities for more mature players. A combination of juxtaposed and interlocking double-stops are used to maintain the sonorous depth of Brahms' original work.
One of Brahms' most performed works, this "very boisterous potpourri of student songs" (J. Brahms) is now playable by strings, or strings with any combination of wind and percussion instruments up to full
The fabulous setting of this great symphony will provide opportunities to develop spiccato bowing technique. It's perfect for any contest or concert.
Dvorak’s 8th Symphony is often referred to as his Pastoral symphony for its optimistic and uplifting themes. With contrasting melancholy minor and lighthearted major folk-like melodies, this
Prokoviev wrote his Bb symphony in short form within a month, 16 years after his last symphony. He used sketches he had compiled in his ubiquitous notebooks. Written in 1944, its four movements are in Bb
An affectionate tribute to Czech-American composer Karel Husa, the composer's teacher at Cornell University. Two traditional Czech songs are quoted that Husa has used in his own music, as well as the