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Steppenwolf's biggest hit is a certain favorite with beginning string players.
Made famous by the Beach Boys, beginners have great fun with this 60s rock hit.
Vintage rock 'n' roll that appeals to all audiences. With easy rhythms for intermediate players.
Feel good surf music from the 60s.... such great fun for beginning instrumentalists.
Everyone knows it and your students will want to play it!
Unmistakably Elvis with one of his signature tunes, done just right for beginners.
The all-girl band Fifth Harmony had a huge hit with this infectious pop tune. Work from Home has a great hook, and the arrangement has a lot of appeal for both your students and your audience!
Winner of the Grammy for Record of the Year, this funky offering is playable by your young to intermediate string orchestra. This effective arrangement simplifies many of the rhythms while maintaining the
Younger groups will love playing this adventure theme from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Truly a highlight of John Williams’ score, "Rey’s Theme" gives a great sense of spirit, adventure, and
For developing string groups, this accessible medley includes all of the major Star Wars themes heard throughout "The Force Awakens": Star Wars (Main Title); March of the Resistance; Rey’s
This catchy hit is very playable for your young string orchestra. It's pure fun and a great piece to reinforce the use of high and low second fingers for your violinists and violists.
This catchy hit tune from indie rock band Walk the Moon features each section of the orchestra while capturing all the spirit of the original tune. A very playable arrangement with optional cello solo, hand
This hit single, as heard in "The Hunger Games," has been arranged for developing string groups. The cello and bass begin the folk-like melody by themselves before passing it to the violins. This easy
Music from one of the hottest, new music legends that all your students will know! This song is very playable and will add energy and excitement to your next concert.
This fun and energetic piece includes easy, optional keyboard and percussion parts. It is sure to strike a chord with students!
With its throwback soul beat and dance-filled, candy-colored video, this piece has become a straight-up phenomenon loved by today's pop culture. Full of fun!
The talent of Pharrell Williams has dominated the airwaves, the Grammys, and YouTube. This energetic, infectious tune from "Despicable Me 2" mixes a little Motown sound with contemporary pop in a delicious
Recorded by South Korean rapper PSY, this stylized smash hit has taken pop culture by storm with a viral video, TV appearances, parodies, and even flash mobs. Make room for exuberant audience behavior.
This breakthrough hit, performed by The Kinks, was released in 1964. Considered among the top 100 songs of all time, its hard-driving rock beat and use of open fifths and octaves will still appeal to
The award-winning song from Disney's mega-hit film is carefully crafted here for younger players, with minimal syncopation and solid tutti scoring for confident performances. Your students will be
Lady Gaga is still riding the wave of popularity with her infectious tunes and stunning performance style. Here is one of her signature hits in a terrific, easy version for developing strings.
This soulful and catchy tune has many different textures and sounds. It contains easy optional parts for piano and tambourine, but the piece is totally playable by strings alone.
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