Intermediate level, on the jazzy/contemporary side. Contents: Coventry Carol; O Come, O Come, Immanuel; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming; Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella; O
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Out of print for years, this work is perfect for teaching Baroque bowing style with a range through third position. String orchestra parts are not difficult; includes an edited solo part. Also available for
A very playable piano part intertwines with the string parts for this fun work in C major. Great practice for quickly executed pizzicato passages.
Four famous Mexican folk tunes for multi-level bass quartet. Treble clef, harmonics and melodic passage appear in the top three parts.
For the very beginning of study, when learning the open string of the double bass and basic rhythms. Intended to be played pizzicato, and then arco, to build endurance.
This beautiful arrangement highlights everything the cello is made for: a soaring melody, romantic harmonies, and marvelous resonance. Cello 1 has some tricky shifts, but otherwise very playable.
An original Spanish march in G minor with serious bravado! Cello 1 ventures into treble clef (stepwise) and Cello 2 uses tenor clef. Easy double stops, trills and syncopation top off the technical
Five clever mixed duos of varying styles and keys for intermediate players and above. An extra cello part is included in the set for part 2.
Eight easy solos with easy piano parts in friendly keys for beginning to intermediate players taken from some of Beethoven's best known works.
Five clever mixed duos of varying styles and keys for intermediate players and above. An extra viola part is included in the set for part 2.
A funky quartet in A major with lots of grace notes, syncopation and most of all personality!
Five clever mixed duos of varying styles and keys for intermediate players and above. An extra violin part is included in the set for part 2.
Passionate and romantic, this is a wonderful sampling of piano works by Amy Cheney Beach, Clara Schumann, Cecile Chaminade, and Agathe Backer Grondahl. Will require rehearsal!
Reminiscent of Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words, but with an expanded harmonic language. Piano part for No. 2 is advanced.
This is an exciting venture into chromatic fingerings and 1st - 4th position for the advanced-intermediate player in the key of A minor. The piano part is quite reasonable.
Encompassing the solo range of the cello, this is perfect for teaching shifting, finger substitution shifts, and beautiful tone production.
Expertly adapted from the violin version, the solo part fits the viola idiomatically without changes to the piano part.
Venturing into tenor and treble clef for flashy passage work, advanced students can show off with this fun piece.
Selections from Hansel and Gretel, The Magic Flute, The Pearl Fishers and Lakme. All parts get to participate in the fun, and ranges are reasonable and accessible to good student