This dynamic and riveting work depicts an ancient battle scene or ferocious weather system. A lyrical melody contrasts with an intense rhythmic groove complete with optional percussion. A great work to
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
Energize your performers and audience with this powerful, dynamic work. Opening in rhythmic unison, the piece quickly projects blocks of sound and a flurry of rhythmic activity. The musical texture comes
Transport your audience to the Emerald Isle with this music inspired by traditional Irish songs and the beauty of Ireland's Gap of Dunloe. The lyrical melodies, call-and-response counterpoint, and a touch
Experience the sounds and celebrations of an ancient festival in this fantastic concert opener. Inspired by Celtic dances and the drones of a medieval stringed instrument called a hurdy-gurdy, this
This fun-loving original is guaranteed to motivate beginning string players by highlighting the strengths of every section. Unison cellos and basses start off with an 8-bar groove in A minor before upper
This dramatic piece cranks right from the start! The work is set in E minor (but without any C naturals on the A string) with simple rhythms no more difficult than two repeated eighth notes. You will hear
A bold, contemporary sound marks this excellent piece from Mark Williams. Written in a modal style, Star Dancer offers opportunities to work on various beginning string techniques. Important lines
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