A fun Classical work to help solidify dotted eighth/16th note rhythm patterns and hooked bowing. Optional timpani part included!
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
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A sure hit with students, this mid-tempo power anthem shares similarities to Katy Perry's Firework, with a message of self-empowerment and belief in one's own ability to succeed.
This fun alternative-style original works great with beginning strings and sounds much harder than it is. Students will love the energetic rock beat! The suggested drum part really drives the piece.
Grade 4 groups will enjoy this well-arranged piece from Reinhold Glire's classic ballet "The Red Poppy." Using a theme and variation form, John Caponegro has included all the tempo changes that are
Summer Haze is my first concerto for cello and string orchestra (percussion optional). Based on songs composed in my youth, it has an energy that could only have come from those times. Yet I
Here is a musical depiction of the classic short story from Edgar Allan Poe. The cellos, basses, and optional percussion provide "the beating of his hideous heart!" Eerie, ominous sounds will keep your
One of the most iconic songs performed on the Broadway stage and silver screen, this Bernstein classic from West Side Story never goes out of style.
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