This delightful Serenade in D was completed in 1769, when Mozart was a mere 13 years of age (an ideal fact to share with young students)! The first movement, even though composed at such a young age,
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This beautiful lyric work will give your students an opportunity to develop long legato bowing. The piece features lush romantic harmonies and is great for working on expression, balance, blend, and bow
This rhythmically vibrant work can highlight some of your students with its short solo passages for Violin, Viola and Cello. Grade 3 1/2, 5:10.
This unique and interesting work is divided into three sections. It begins with a catchy, "spy-sounding" opening theme, which is contrasted with an emotional slower section, and ends with an exciting 6/8
A rhythmically-charged composition for students. All parts playable in first position.
Haunting and expressive! Based on the melody of Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, this is an ethereal, flowing arrangement that will surely generate emotion within your audience. Rich chordal
An original work written in the British folk-song style by Richard Meyer, the two contrasting movements provide a variety of enriching musical experiences. The first movement features cantabile solos for