A fun new piece to help "ring" in the holiday season! An original theme based on the sound of chimes in D major recurs throughout the work (and includes a very simple vocal part if you choose to add choir!)
You'll be surprised to know that this great sounding work uses only six notes in all instruments! (D-B). This Renaissance-styled piece also offers your strings the chance to expand their abilities by
Intended to evoke the feel of a seductive dance, the use of asymmetrical meter and a slightly Spanish flavor will add exoticism to any concert program. Optional percussion (castanet, vibraslap, triangle and
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An entertaining pizzicato piece that is totally cool! Lots of easy syncopation and it includes optional snare drum and piano parts. Fun for the whole group!
With a unique format to this iconic work, multiple groups can be combined for a powerful concert finale. Parts for both intermediate and developing groups are carefully arranged to be used as a spectacular
Written with only quarter notes throughout, this is an ideal piece to introduce students either to the bow or to new strings. Complete with a bridge and short coda section, the piece includes an optional
A novel arrangement of Jingle Bells that will brighten up your holiday performances! It's a great programming choice for middle school or high school groups wanting to put a holiday selection
A fun Classical work to help solidify dotted eighth/16th note rhythm patterns and hooked bowing. Optional timpani part included!
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