Amazing Grace may well be the most popular hymn ever written, though it has never sounded better than in this absolutely gorgeous setting. Flowing lines along with some impressive harmonic twists
This new setting of the classic folk song works for the youngest of students. The use of long bow strokes will help improve your budding virtuosos' right arm, and it's fun to play!
Sailors beware when cantankerous Crooked-Toe the pirate takes his nightly walk on the deck! More than a novelty tune, it's an educational presentation of several classical music references and English
Golden Slumbers is based on the poem Cradle Song from the Thomas Decker 1603 comedy "Patient Grissel." The poem was set to music by Peter Warlock in 1918 as a lullaby. There are
Students will love to play this extremely popular Irish reel that has been heard in movies and television. It infuses a nice, lyrical middle section giving the piece some much-needed repose before firing up
Based on a Newfoundland folk song, She's Like the Swallow refers to a lyric of lost love. Carl Strommen gives us a beautiful setting that contains a solo string quartet to begin the work, which
This work is a delightful setting of the ever-popular English folk song. It includes a clever addition of a quote from Country Gardens in the middle. Excellent teaching material for developing
A hauntingly beautiful Japanese folk song is the basis for this mysterious, lush setting. "Sunayama" gives you the opportunity to feature your four best players with string quartet writing that
This popular Welsh folk song has been used in TV and movies over the years. Stretch the musicianship of your students with this wonderful arrangement that contains lyrical countermelodies and a lush
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