The bittersweet longing for a love across cultural boundaries begins this visit to Ireland with The Flower of Magherally and solo opportunities for your principal violist. Next, a boisterous slip
The African-American spiritual Ain't-a That Good News! exuberantly expresses joy and hope. Set as a slow swing, plenty of articulations help students achieve the proper style. Basses and cellos
From the gentle beginning to the triumphant and powerful climax, this enduring arrangement allows students to study expression to the fullest. A beautiful way to move your audience and deliver the universal
This tender and enduring traditional English melody is arranged to encourage player independence and comfort in the keys of A minor and C major. Great teaching opportunities to review legato technique,
This stunning transcription of Grieg's Lyric Piece No. 5, Op. 68 is a wonderful study in musicality and expression. Beautiful melodies intertwine with delicate and thoughtful harmonies to showcase the true
This lively Icelandic vikivaki folk song calls for foot stomping while it tells the tragic tale of Olaf and his deadly encounter with an elf maiden. Includes open drones that support the melody, which is
A simple, plaintive opening sets the stage for this remarkable arrangement of a classic folk song. Engaging and complex harmonies weave seamlessly with gorgeous countermelodies as the arrangement develops.
Lighthearted and energetic, this arrangement of Simple Gifts suggests a dance-like character. With its familiar and captivating tune supported by a gentle but persistent underlying rhythmic motif,
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