Your students and audience will love following the adventures of Stringman as he comes to the aid of struggling string players and helps rid the concert hall of annoying band members. This crowd-pleaser
Incorporating 22 different melodies from the works of Tchaikovsky, this is an incredibly clever and sometimes humorous medley that even includes the 1812 Overture accompanied by the popping of
A perfect addition for your spooky fall concert! With eerie string techniques such as pizzicato, accents, tremolo and some first-finger slides - plus a touch of castanets for "bones" rattling - this simple
Hear what happens when Beethoven meets Mozart, Offenbach, Brahms, Handel, Bach, Saint-Saens and Rossini in this clever arrangement that combines Ode to Joy with some of the most famous melodies in
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
Listen closely and you'll hear them coming...it's the Cello Squadron to the rescue! This fun and exciting section feature has it all - roaring airplane engines (on cello C strings of course!),
No doubt about who gets featured in this fun, Spanish-flavored original by Richard Meyer! This piece is a great motivator for your up-and-coming young cellists and is a great change of pace for any concert
A new take on a well-known melody that charges into the traditional tune with a clever rhythmic transition. This captivating and creative arrangement is very fun to play.
Each section plays the melody in this spooky D minor composition. With great opportunities for rhythmic skills, the piece includes hand percussion and space for haunted castle sounds.
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