The title refers to the three "M's" of Minor; Meter, and Mix and it is a dynamic piece for teaching and performing. This impressive teaching piece features a mixture of the melodic and harmonic minor forms,
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This catchy, high-spirited and great-sounding arrangement of the popular Brazilian Carnaval song Mama Paquita features bouncy yet repetitive eighth-note patterns and contrasting styles. It's
There are great teaching points in this work that targets end of the first year players. Among these points are low 2's for upper strings, accents, staccato, and two-note slurs. Every section is featured,
Invite your orchestra and audience to step aboard the Millennium Cyclone roller coaster and take off on a wild ride! Filled with twists, turns, ups, and downs and even a moment to catch your
A misunderstood millipede's nonstop movement takes center stage in this humorous composition. Simple finger patterns allow a rhythmic focus on eighth notes, as well as attention to bow arm technique. Sure
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Designed with early-intermediate orchestras in mind, this fun selection has a modern sound that will rock your next concert. It features great practice for dotted rhythms, basic syncopation and
There's a ninja on the loose and he's sneaking through the orchestra. Your students will love making up storylines for what happens next in this colorful Asian-flavored piece that uses only the notes of the
This work is all about learning bow control, the transition from arco to pizzicato, and just a little about counting. The title speaks for itself!
Give your students a shot at this exciting work that lets them imitate rock guitar sounds. This is a straightforward rock piece that is both energetic and fun to play! The G minor/modal tonality
Two sets of string parts make this work accessible to first- and second-year students. There are even two piano parts, one for rehearsal and one for performance, as well as some light percussion.
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