Cast in the form of a programmatic, five-movement suite, Blue Lake Fantasies seeks to exploit both the technical facility as well as the lyrical quality of the ... view details
Holiday favorite Carol of the Bells has been arranged for easy instrumental solo to facilitate performance by any level or age of player. Complete with piano accompaniment, this new solo
This addition to the Grade 6 repertoire for trombone and baritone, edited by trombone legend John Marcellus, will instantly become a classic for years to come. This piece was originally a concerto for oboe
A selection of some of the most famous classical repertoire pieces which can be played as solos, duets, or quartets with optional accompaniment. CD available separately. Titles include: Overture
Designed for a first contest or recital performance, this grade 1-2 collection contains 14 pieces that have been carefully edited by baritone specialist Donald Sherman, and Carl Strommen. The free
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Beautifully arranged for student soloists, this plaintive soprano aria from Act 2 of Handel's Rinaldo serves as a wonderfully expressive showcase for the full, rich sounds of low brass
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
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