One of America's most historic moments was accompanied by this very unique work, composed especially for the occasion and performed by a quartet of America's finest artists - Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman,
Arranged now for string orchestra, this traditional Hebrew song and its text provided comfort to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust, serving as a beacon of hope for the future and for mankind. A
Get ready to jig with this medley of two old Irish folk songs. Father O'Flynn's and The Gobby O are bright and jaunty and sure to get toes a-tappin'.
As the nation commemorates 150 years since the Civil War, here is an appealing medley for young players that uses music of the period. The bugle call Taps originated during the Civil War and is
Here is the authentic edition direct from John Williams and exactly as played in the film. Although this is the original film music, it is understated and remains at the medium-easy level. The string parts
The traditional American folk and bluegrass favorite Angelina Baker is cleverly arranged in an Irish dance style for strings. Great fiddle melodies accompanied by drone harmony make it fun to
This classic Russian folk dance in the traditional bottle dance format is carefully crafted for developing string ensemble. A terrific opportunity to teach and perform music, style and tradition from
A matryoshka, or Russian doll, is a set of figurines carved so that smaller ones fit within larger dolls of various sizes. They generally are beautifully hand painted in brilliant colors representative of
As the name states, this easy arrangement for strings contains two folk tunes: Sword Dance and Morris Handkerchief Dance.
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