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Mozart's Symphony No. 17 was composed in 1772 when he was just 16 years old. Originally for oboes, horns and strings, this string orchestra arrangement of the first movement has maintained the
Carefully crafted for string ensemble, this lively movement is adapted from Vivaldi's "Concerto for Two Guitars." In true Vivaldi style, the ensemble is driven by energetic rhythms that make all parts
Here's the music from the dramatic opening scene of the movie "Amadeus." It's actually the first movement of "Symphony 25 in G minor," arranged here to be in E minor to make it accessible to more students.
Originally composed for string quartet in 1922, this single-movement work by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius was re-scored by the composer in 1938 for string orchestra and timpani. This new arrangement
The harmonic beauty and seamless polyphony of Bach's second Brandenburg Concerto has been retained in this very true string orchestra adaptation of the original. Wind solos are given to principal violin,
A longtime favorite in the string repertoire, this three-movement classic continues to dominate festival performances. Holst created this masterwork with student players in mind during his tenure at St.
Originally written as a concerto for two violins, this impressive final movement is string ensemble writing that will give developing groups confidence, yet create a very musical performance with its
Here is a work of simplicity and beauty with some contemporary harmonies. Recorded by Michigan State University Orchestra on the CD Teaching Music Through Performance in Orchestra, Volume 1 -
An excellent rehearsal/performance selection which will be very beneficial in building maturity in your string players.