Containing selected themes from the first movement of Symphony No. 41, this Grade 4 arrangement of Mozart's last symphony clearly shows his brilliance. Mozart's adventurous approach to the material paves
There is a distinct unity and a touch of Caribbean color in the four dances: I. Tamborito; II. Mejorana y Socavon; III. Punto; IV. Cumbia y Congo. The first and last are
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Originally a piano showpiece, this rhapsody is a progression of folk melodies in the form of a czardas, a traditional folk dance that begins slowly and moves toward a fiery conclusion. Students focus on
With his symphonic, choral, and operatic works, the continuing popularity of Eric Whitacre's dramatic and evocative music is evident in concert programming everywhere. October, one of his most
Expressing the many different moods and events of a storm, the opening begins with the violins playing a gripping ostinato pattern suggesting that a storm is coming. The first two themes convey the erratic
The mere mention of the name Copland suggests American music. Most familiar is his ballet suite "Rodeo," but his film score to the movie "The Red Pony" is just as enjoyably characteristic. "The Red Pony" is
Serenade for Strings, Op. 22, First Movement is presented in its entirety in G major (from the original E major), making it wonderfully accessible to less advanced ensembles. A staple in classical
What if you found a Holst work for strings that no one has played before? Well, here it is! This wonderful collection of Scottish airs was originally for string quartet and piano, and has been faithfully
Actually a theatre work written for the opening of the Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts, Bernstein's "Mass" includes this captivating melody that has emerged as the stand-out song from this monumental
Sinfonia for String Orchestra, written for the International Sejong Soloists. Based on the Quintet for Strings. Composed in 2001. Duration: 17'
Shostakovich's waltz has become an international icon, made popular by artists like Andre Rieu and heard prominently in Stanley Kubrick's final film, "Eyes Wide Shut." Taken from Shostakovich's "Suite for