Enjoy this bright, cheery opera music and introduce the orchestra to Mozart.
Symphony No. 25 begins with one of Mozart's most recognized themes, as heard in the classic Oscar-winning film "Amadeus." Hoffman has placed the first movement in an accessible, practical format that
Your students will love the Spanish sounds of this exciting and passionate dance, which introduces Act IV of this operatic masterpiece. The expressive opening melody will help develop your woodwinds'
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Leave it to Richard Meyer to bring this beloved favorite down to the easy level while still retaining all the excitement of the original! Everyone will recognize these great themes from the world's most
Here is a magnificent work from the operetta also known as "Die schone Galathee." This arrangement is incredibly playable and offers a new rendition of the original waltz melody. Playable by full orchestra
Here is a classic arrangement being made available to a new generation of students! The beautiful Berceuse and exciting Finale of Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite" are fantastic works of music
Adapted from the first movement of his "Brandenburg Concerto No. 3" for strings, J.S. Bach later added wind parts and created this Sinfonia for his "Cantata No. 174." This arrangement by Merle
Hailed by Tchaikovsky as a colossal masterpiece of instrumentation, Rimsky-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol" has delighted audiences since its premiere in 1887. This arrangement features two sections of the
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