Leontovich and Wilhousky's extremely popular Carol of the Bells is now available in Carl Fischer Music's Compatible Series. Arranged by Larry Clark, string and wind players alike can now play this
Continuing with the success of the popular Compatible series, Compatible Duets for Winds, Volume 2 contains 29 duets in a variety of styles (classical, folk music and new original pieces)
With the opening ensemble accents and the driving sixteenth-note unisons in the low strings, this piece creates a compelling musical statement from the outset. This active "edge-of-your-seat" composition
Advanced ensembles don't want to waste their time on simplistic holiday music, and now they don't have to! This setting of the popular carol is highly stylized and musically sophisticated. A welcome
This heart-warming composition exudes emotion and musical depth. A perfect way to improve the musicianship and sensitivity of young ensembles.
With lyrical, scalar melodies in E minor, flowing and intuitive phrases, and main themes circulated throughout the orchestra, this work provides each section of the ensemble with exciting musical challenges
The Terra-Cotta Army that guards the tomb of China's first emperor Qin Shi Huang is nearly 8,000 warriors strong. This new piece for beginning ensembles is set to depict these magnificent stone soldiers. It
Based on a Newfoundland folk song, She's Like the Swallow refers to a lyric of lost love. Carl Strommen gives us a beautiful setting that contains a solo string quartet to begin the work, which
Golden Slumbers is based on the poem Cradle Song from the Thomas Decker 1603 comedy "Patient Grissel." The poem was set to music by Peter Warlock in 1918 as a lullaby. There are
Scored for flute, bass clarinet, strings, piano and percussion.
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