Masterfully arranged using only a one-octave D major scale and eighth notes, this arrangement will make your beginning strings sound amazingly mature. An excellent early introduction to the classics. This
For the very youngest musicians, this highly energetic piece does not use eighth notes, is based on a one-octave D Major scale, and uses mostly stepwise motion throughout. Despite these features, the music
Medieval Dance is based on the song Amours, que porra devenir which was written by trouvere Thibaut de Blason around the year 1200. Carefully scored in the mixolydian mode, this piece
This brilliantly simple four-movement "symphony" is perfect for beginning string players who are just starting to read. Using only the notes of the D Major scale, each movement focuses on a distinct reading
Dvorak's most memorable symphonic theme is arranged here for the youngest of beginning groups. Correlated with Essential Elements For Strings at the "Explorer" level.
This interesting and sophisticated music for very beginning orchestras uses limited musical resources. It is technically within the grasp of students with as little as ten weeks of study. It's a strong,
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A bold fanfare composition for the youngest of students that sounds more sophisticated than it is. There are no faster rhythms than quarter notes, but it will make your beginners sound great!
Beginning string groups will sound amazing at their first concert with this Japanese-influenced piece. Simple quarter- and eighth-note rhythms, while using only open strings and first fingers, will give
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