As seen in the mind-boggling Trans-Siberian Orchestra stage show, this thought-provoking medley of Christmas tunes describes a lone cellist playing Christmas carols in the midst of the Bosnian war. The
This beautiful ballad from "The Polar Express" makes a wonderful addition to your performance library. Lots of doublings and unisons will give your young players the confidence they need to play this in
This festive medley combines three joyful melodies into a cheerful Celtic tapestry. The addition of optional hand drum, guitar, and whistle give the tune a distinctive "fiddle band" sound.
A true Christmas classic, this piece is a great way to introduce col legno and double stops to your string players. Easy to put together and fun to play, it's a must for any holiday concert!
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Travel south with Frosty and enjoy the trip before he melts! Though playable with strings alone, the addition of the optional percussion will add spice and have them dancing.
This amazingly alluring contemporary Christmas standard is now available for the first time in a unique and sensitively scored string orchestra setting. Especially well suited for younger players, the
A joyful departure from tradition, now set in 4/4 time, this fresh setting of the beloved carol is sure to add sparkle to any holiday celebration. Across the silent night, the blazing star of a solo cello
A new take on a time-tested standard, this easy arrangement features the cellos and first violins. Enjoy!
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