This classic work by Bach has been artfully arranged to help bring Baroque-style playing to developing musicians.
This classic, beautiful hymn is a great introduction to tone production, phrasing and ensemble sonority for developing strings. It is sophisticated yet accessible and is sure to be a welcome addition to
Set in the key of G major in 3/4 time, this easy, yet lush arrangement of the traditional holiday carol will bring out the best in your young players.
For the very youngest musicians, this is a very playful piece that adds a percussive element to their playing. The tongue clicks throughout the music act as a second hand on the clock. Based on a one-octave
Here is a dark yet fun programmatic work which evokes images of impending doom. This original concert work is sure to captivate beginning string ensembles and take them on an emotional ride!
Set in a minor key, this work contains fast-moving spiccato eighth-note figures that provide high intensity from beginning to end. It's a dynamic and mysterious original concert work sure to captivate
This melodious solo piece creates a brilliant image of sadness and passion. A tired soul defiantly lays down their zeal for the traditional violin precepts and moves forward on an unknown and uncharted
Starting with a beautiful duet between violin and cello, this fantasia rendition of a holiday classic is sure to embrace audiences of all ages. Each section gets a chance to play the melody in either legato
With a high-energy groove, this work takes the orchestra on an exciting musical journey of adventures in a big city. With improvisatory-like lines, it will definitately captivate your students.
With its dark harmonies, contagious melodies and bright tempo, this work is enjoyable for all sections. It captures the essence of the glowing and flickering candles of the menorah.
Here is a delightfully silly and playful piece based on a one octave D major scale. The good-humored lyrics incorporated into the piece will help introduce young beginning string players...
"A Pizzicato Lullaby"-Here is an unconventional yet refreshing take on unaccompanied solo violin repertoire. Imagined as a lullaby for New York City (The City that Never Sleeps), this solo...
Reflections is a mysteriously beautiful work with great applied techniques. The transitions between pizzicato and arco create a dark yet reflective mood. It is a moderately difficult piece, but very
This rich and melodic piece paints a beautiful picture of the vast ocean and its gentle breezes. With expressive string lines, this piece is sure to leave students and audience members inspired.
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