The fabulous setting of this great symphony will provide opportunities to develop spiccato bowing technique. It's perfect for any contest or concert.
The drama abounds providing opportunities for expressive playing shared by all sections.
Incorporating 22 different melodies from the works of Tchaikovsky, this is an incredibly clever and sometimes humorous medley that even includes the 1812 Overture accompanied by the popping of
As heard in the Oscar-winning movie "The King's Speech," one of Beethoven's most beloved movements accompanied the dramatic moments of this monumental film. Robert Longfield's accessible adaptation for
Wonderful for teaching Baroque style and bowing concepts, this piece features limited third position for the violins, cellos, and basses. Violas share in the thematic materials with string basses mostly
Largely known for his very effective etudes, Mazas also wrote a huge amount of attractive works for various chamber ensembles. This work written in the early nineteenth century originally comes
Containing selected themes from the first movement of Symphony No. 41, this Grade 4 arrangement of Mozart's last symphony clearly shows his brilliance. Mozart's adventurous approach to the material paves
Ignaz Joseph Pleyel was a highly respected musician in his day and somewhat of an entrepreneur eventually running a world famous publishing house in Paris in the early nineteenth century. This work,
These familiar uplifting themes, written for 13 wind instruments, can now be enjoyed by strings in this first-time arrangement. This is a true showpiece with many teaching opportunities.
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