This easy arrangement of the famous gondola boat song is the perfect way to strengthen your young orchestra's legato playing skills. Slurs, crescendos, diminuendos, and a 3/4 time signature all add to the
One of the most familiar minuets from Bach's pen, this is a great introduction to Baroque music and the stylings of J.S. Bach. A Learning Bank, Johann Sebastian Bach and the Baroque Period, is
Introduce your students to the galant style of Telemann with this Grade 1+ arrangement. Students will work bowing technique, dynamic contrasts, phrasing, and tempo changes.
This charming piece is a perfect choice for a first festival experience and will help any group sound more mature. Written in first position in the keys of G and D, it is a great piece to work on low and
The "clash" of your favorite themes abound in this highly entertaining arrangement. Beethoven vs. Mozart is finally trampled by the favorite Can-Can. Everyone will love this classical combo of
This setting is a perfect addition to grade 1 literature with terrific teaching tools for simple syncopation and dynamics. The familiarity of the melody will keep students practicing.
One of the most important works of the 20th century, the iconic Finale is now accessible to young players with this effective arrangement. All meter changes have been "squared off," while still
A bright, sparkling setting of O, Come Little Children that will delight audiences and players. This arrangement includes optional sleigh bells.
Here is an opportunity to perform a familiar piece that is superb for practicing foundational string skills. Beginning and advanced students alike can learn to play with authentic Baroque style in this
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