With string parts as close to the original as possible, this full-orchestra arrangement of two movements from Grieg's Holberg Suite is superb! It may be performed by string or full orchestra, and,
This sprightly peasant dance will really pick up your audience! From the composer's opera "Sorochinsky Fair," this edition is from the orchestration by Anatol Liadov. Clark McAlister's excellent edition
Handel composed at least two, probably three or more suites of "Water Music." This vigorous tune is one of his most famous, and your students will instantly take to its catchy syncopations. The excellent
Here's one of the most famous pieces of classical music ever written! Brahms arranged over 20 Hungarian dances, but this one is by far the most familiar to students and audiences. With its dramatic tempo
"I am more and more convinced that music is not, in essence, a thing which can be cast into a traditional fixed form," observed Claude Debussy, adding, "it is made up of colors and rhythms." Although the
This gentle melodic selection is an ideal way for your students to develop a sensitive legato playing style. Mature-sounding and faithful to the composer's original, the colorful orchestration is sure to
Brindisi from Verdi's great "La Traviata" is a spirited, rollicking tour de force. His wonderful gift of melody shines throughout this true to the original adaptation.
Here is a straightforward arrangement of this beautiful Bach masterpiece for full orchestra. Merle Isaac has done a great job of scoring this poignant work, and you will love rehearsing and performing
Three movements from the film by Oliver Stone: I. Theme from J.F.K II. Motorcade III. Arlington
The vitality, rich color, abundant and varied melody, and masterly orchestration of Bizet's Carmen also enliven his incidental music for Alphonse Daudet's play L'Arlésienne (The Woman of Arles).
Written between 1850 and 1854, L'enfance du Christ (The Childhood of Christ) was first performed under Berlioz's direction during the holiday season of 1854. The three-part work―consisting of "Herod's
La Fanciulla del West (The Girl of the Golden West) was first performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1910, with Caruso as Johnson and Emmy Destinn as Minnie. An immediate success with the
Written especially for the rededication of the Statue of Liberty, July 4, 1986.
An outstanding leader in England's twentieth-century musical renaissance, Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958) sought inspiration in English folk song and in the sights and sounds of his native country.
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