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
Carefully crafted for string ensemble, this lively movement is adapted from Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Guitars. In true Vivaldi style, the ensemble is driven by energetic rhythms that make all parts
Here's the music from the dramatic opening scene of the movie "Amadeus." It's actually the first movement of "Symphony 25 in G minor," arranged here to be in E minor to make it accessible to more students.
The best-known piece of the young composer George Butterworth is a pastoral setting based on two English folk song melodies ("The Banks of Green Willow" and "Green Bushes"), and is similar to the
One of Boccherini's most famous pieces, this joyful minuet comes from the third movement of his "Quintet in E Major." Robert's version is ideally scored for string ensembles and will make a super program
Taken from "Concerto Grosso, Op. 3," L'Estro Armonico (Harmony of the Soul), this unique edition offers the opportunity to feature three of your best players - two violins and one viola - as
We're sure you're familiar with this one! It's the standard piece known as the "Bach Double" that every Suzuki student eventually learns. And chances are you have two students who would love to be featured!
As heard in the Disney classic "Fantasia" where it served as accompaniment for ostriches, hippos, elephants and alligators, this work continues as a staple of the of light Classical repertoire taken from
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