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
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This exciting original work is accessible for the youngest orchestras. Rhythms are very interesting and easily taught. It's a must for contest or festival.
Here's an all-time favorite that simply sparkles in this extremely student-friendly arrangement! Offenbach's high-kicking classic has always been a real crowd favorite, and this edition adds educational
Super fun for first year players! Elliot really knows what beginners are capable of and this piece lets them have fun doing what they can, while really making some music. Lots of open string fifths will
Rosin up the bow, call out the Fire Department, and let's go! This thrilling work is a modal display of beginning virtuosity that takes full advantage of that open fifth "fiddle sound." You'll have parents
The title was taken from a Shakespeare song and represents the spirit of the open seas and the adventurous life of the pirate. The simple rhythmic combinations of two eighth notes and one quarter note offer
What a great choice for first year players! Introduce your students to the Baroque sound of one of the greatest composers with this familiar selection. "The Water Music" is one of Handel's most recognizable
A moving tribute to the people we admire, whether it be family members, role models, or those serving our country, this piece in E minor uses easy rhythms, pizzicato, some divisi in the cello part, and a
The Terra-Cotta Army that guards the tomb of China's first emperor Qin Shi Huang is nearly 8,000 warriors strong. This new piece for beginning ensembles is set to depict these magnificent stone soldiers. It
The aching emotion in this interpretation of Scarborough Fair is a genuine treat for young string groups. The lyrics of the 16th century (possibly older) ballad relates a heartsick couple proposing
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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