These "Dances for Orchestra" are extremely appealing Latin/South American showcases for two solo violins and string orchestra. They simply sparkle with their engaging rhythms and vitality. A major
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
What could be more inspiring to your young players than playing with an advanced musician? Offer the solo to a local high school or college student, or even a pro in the area, and have them guest star at
This beautiful, programmatic, contemporary, evocative, and melodic piece follows a dialog between the solo viola and the string ensemble. It is inspired by the Native Americans moon cycles.
Here's a winning recipe that features three violinists, staged in front of the orchestra, creating a refreshing musical number that's ideal for school orchestras. Young players will enjoy the contemporary
This powerful original work utilizes driving rhythms, harmonies laced with irresistible suspensions, and an emotional solo for violin in the middle section. Add the orchestral percussion and piano to have a
Polish Dance is the perfect selection to showcase your concertmaster, concerto winner, or guest artist. The orchestra parts are definitely accessible at a Grade 3 level, with the solo violin part
Add some Latin style to your next concert! This hypnotic tango includes a solo section with suggested melodies for violin and viola. Advanced shifting is required for first violins and cellos. It
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