Take your orchestra in a new direction with this infectiously catchy tune. Written by a seasoned composer of pedagogical music for strings, the piece features extremely playable chromatic passages. The most
Here's a big-band chart for strings without the need for rhythm section or any improvisation! Basses lay down a walking bass line while each section gets to play melodic and backing figures, learning jazz
Written in the key of D using simple quarter and repeated eighth note patterns, this work is a bundle of fun based on a blues progression. All instruments have interesting parts and will enjoy the easy, yet
The farmer is celebrated fiddle-style in this trio of folk songs: Old McDonald; The Farmer in the Dell and Oats, Peas, Beans, and Barley Grow. While expanding their bow length with the
Written with only quarter notes throughout, this is an ideal piece to introduce students either to the bow or to new strings. Complete with a bridge and short coda section, the piece includes an optional
A misunderstood millipede's nonstop movement takes center stage in this humorous composition. Simple finger patterns allow a rhythmic focus on eighth notes, as well as attention to bow arm technique. Sure
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