Originally written for piano, this work from "Egyptian Nights" is wonderfully arranged for beginning full orchestra. Its light texture, melodic contour, and playful nature will be an excellent addition to
This highly recognizable work is a sure bet for success as a first experience in full orchestra, but it may also be performed by strings alone. The parts are not difficult and the rondo form should shorten
Opening in the key of G, the piece then moves to the key of D, allowing each section to play the melody on their upper strings. With doubling in many sections, this lovely Baroque masterpiece is from the
Take them to festival with this stunning, minimalist piece arranged with the melody doubled throughout. The easy rhythms and notes are very true to the original. The first violins play F-natural, but all
Let your young orchestra get to know Handel's classic gem! For holiday programs or at any time of year, this stunning arrangement for full orchestra is playable by young performers. A true masterpiece!
What a fantastic introduction to full orchestra and to this beloved music! All instruments have exciting parts. The dramatic opening in the strings and the dark theme in the brass will captivate
This flexible arrangement of Beethoven's most famous melody works for both full and string orchestras. It's been transposed and adapted to give all of your young students a rewarding orchestra experience.
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