This medley of three fantastic folk fiddle tunes, set in a totally authentic style, will delight players and audiences. Arkansas Traveler; Fire on the Mountain and Devil's Dream are
This original piece is in a style reminiscent of the music of the rich cultural heritage of the Appalachia. Music is an important part of the Appalachian way of life. Traditional Appalachian music is
This colorful, exciting piece describes the adventures on a British ship dating back to the 16th century. Adding to the fun are parts for triangle, tambourine, and bass drum. The Arethusa is correlated to
This moving piece is filled to the brim with poignant and ravishing melodies. The haunting main theme comes back in various guises and returns with great effect towards the end of the piece. Everybody will
Hauntingly beautiful, this arrangement in E minor of an old Irish air brings sweeping melodies and rich harmonies together in a way that only Atwell can do. Shifting required for cello and bass
"S'vivon" is the Hebrew word for dreidel, a four-sided top that is popular with children during the celebration of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. In this arrangement, variations
Diversify your concert program with this captivating arrangement based on the 1913 Peruvian melody and inspired by traditional Andean mountain music. This arrangement will interest your students as it
This captivating work is a set of variations on the Pong Lang Dance, one of Thailand's most popular melodies. The pong lang is like a xylophone with its wooden keys suspended vertically on
This is a sparkling arrangement of the beloved American folk song that intermediate string players will have the skills to play, but more advanced students will find delightfully challenging. All sections
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