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
This medley of three fantastic folk fiddle tunes, set in a totally authentic style, will delight players and audiences. Arkansas Traveler; Fire on the Mountain and Devil's Dream are
Take your orchestra in a new direction with this infectiously catchy tune. Written by a seasoned composer of pedagogical music for strings, the piece features extremely playable chromatic passages. The most
Inspired by the beauty and power of the American southwest, specifically the Grand Canyon State, this work features two sections allowing players to improvise. In the key of A Major, it's based on a
Written as a tribute to the great composer Johann Sebastian Bach, it showcases the beauty of 17th century music with a more contemporary rock feel. The rock aspects of the work are in the harmonies, and in
Baila Conmigo is Spanish meaning "dance with me." This stylish tango includes an optional tambourine part which is accessible for a string player to learn.
Here's a big-band chart for strings without the need for rhythm section or any improvisation! Basses lay down a walking bass line while each section gets to play melodic and backing figures, learning jazz
Liven things up in your orchestra by taking the great maestro to a folk dance. This fun arrangement combines several of Beethoven's most famous works with bluegrass-style fiddling - sure to be entertaining
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
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
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