The drama abounds providing opportunities for expressive playing shared by all sections.
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.
Right from the first few notes, the audience will be captivated and ready for this famous theme. This opening fanfare to Strauss' masterpiece is an experience that every young musician should get a chance
Known as the "surprise" symphony, this piece allows students to reinforce the use of dynamics. The familiar theme will resonate with students and audiences.
An expressively slow prelude combines the beauty of Bach with the passions of Brazil. The clearly marked bowings and fingerings in this setting of Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4 will save precious
Faure's breathtakingly beautiful Cantique de Jean Racine is now available in a sumptuous arrangement for string orchestra, simply titled Cantique. The unifying triplet figure along with
A challenge they will love, this piece is almost aerobic in its constant motion! It goes together more easily than it appears.
This Baroque masterpiece, made up of four short movements, provides everyone a chance to play the melody! It's perfect for when lower string players are ready to shift into upper positions.
With its tuneful and contrasting sections, lively tempo, syncopated rhythms in 2/4, and "big finish," this is a great piece to close or open a concert. Flexible parts are included allowing this piece to be
Originally written for full orchestra and choir, this string arrangement maintains the intensity of Mozart's original Dies Irae from his Requiem. With its dramatic and driving music, off-beat
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