Using only paired eighth notes with the notes on the A, D, and G strings, this is an accessible piece that will help any group sound more mature. The easy, fun tune includes dancing for a change of pace and
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
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 classic, beautiful hymn is a great introduction to tone production, phrasing and ensemble sonority for developing strings. It is sophisticated yet accessible and is sure to be a welcome addition to
Feature your top player on this famous American tune! The first time through, the soloist takes the lead accompanied by some pizzicato and the occasional foot stomp. The second time through, first violins
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!
Your students will find this popular folk song fun to learn and play. The contrasts in dynamics and pizzicato will keep players interested in rehearsal. Even the cellos and basses get to play the
Bring a taste of South America to your next concert with this delightful arrangement of traditional children's songs (San Severino and De Colores). The popular melodies are introduced in
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