Written in the key of D using simple quarter and repeated eighth note patterns, this work is a bundle of fun based on a blues progression. All instruments have interesting parts and will enjoy the easy, yet
Here is the perfect first year repertoire choice! Favorite beginning tunes are arranged in a novelty setting that makes them tons of fun and reinforces right-arm technique. The arrangement includes The
A kaleidoscope of images from a confectionery is captured here in this very fun musical excursion. "Like a kid in a candy shop", this piece will have your students delighting in the aural treats and clever
Your students will have a lot to cluck about with this Grade 1 swing-based piece. Based in the key of D Major, it features easy repetitive rhythms throughout and offers a mix of pizzicato and arco playing.
This piece is much more than just a study for playing F natural and solidifying finger patterns including the 4th finger (upper strings). It sets a definite mood and provides an engaging platform for
Stir the imagination looking for dinosaur bones with the curious melodies in this kid-friendly piece! A great teaching piece as well, with easy rhythms, lifts, accents, one optional high 3rd finger in the
The farmer is celebrated fiddle-style in this trio of folk songs: Old McDonald; The Farmer in the Dell and Oats, Peas, Beans, and Barley Grow. While expanding their bow length with the
Based on the traditional folk tune used in the Disney film "Cinderella," this simple arrangement is divided into three violin, three viola, three cello and two double bass parts. It would be ideal for an
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