Simple, elegant and timeless, Abide with Me was written in 1847. This beautiful arrangement allows each section the opportunity to perform melodically and experience lyrical phrasing.
Amazing Grace may well be the most popular hymn ever written, though it has never sounded better than in this absolutely gorgeous setting. Flowing lines along with some impressive harmonic twists
This classic, beautiful hymn is a great introduction to tone production, phrasing and ensemble sonority for developing strings. It is sophisticated yet accessible and is sure to be a welcome addition to
A delightfully unique combining of Scotland the Brave and Amazing Grace. This setting brings fresh new harmonic treatments and joins the tunes as if they were meant to be together.
Each student has a chance to play the melody with their "finger-bones connected to their hand bones" in this bone-rattling arrangement of the well-known spiritual, perfect for Halloween or any time of year!
Rescored for strings, harp (keyboard) and two violin soloists, this ethereal setting of Vaughan Williams' stellar opus retains the form and texture of the original while bringing it to a student-friendly
From the gentle beginning to the triumphant and powerful climax, this enduring arrangement allows students to study expression to the fullest. A beautiful way to move your audience and deliver the universal
This beautiful and moving setting of the emotional spiritual is known to have brought tears to Abraham Lincoln when he first heard it. Colorful harmonies, a wide variety of scoring techniques, and
First it was the choral masterpiece from Lauridsen. Then it took the instrumental world by storm as a concert band arrangement. But it has never been available for strings -until now! A serene and
Originally written for band in 1989, this work is based on the famous American hymn It Is Well with My Soul. A standard in the concert band repertoire, it has also become a concert staple for
Based on the hymn "Tis the Gift to be Simple" (used in Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring), this arrangement is a superb vehicle for exploring Early American music and its links to the present. Skillfuly
The familiar Johann Sebastian Bach melody will be loved by one and all. Solidly scored for your string or full orchestra, the delicate melody will reinforce the musicianship of the entire ensemble.
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