In this fine arrangement of Vivaldi's "Concerto in C for Two Trumpets," the solo trumpet lines have been transferred to first and second violins. It's a stirring adaptation which retains the
Listen closely and you'll hear them coming...it's the Cello Squadron to the rescue! This fun and exciting section feature has it all - roaring airplane engines (on cello C strings of course!),
No doubt about who gets featured in this fun, Spanish-flavored original by Richard Meyer! This piece is a great motivator for your up-and-coming young cellists and is a great change of pace for any concert
It's Vivaldi's Gloria - without all those pesky singers! This string orchestra arrangement of Vivaldi's choral masterwork is the perfect introduction for young string players. It retains the
Let your string bass section swing in this easy-to-play blues piece as they build skills and enjoy the motivation of being in the spotlight. Basses carry the melody much of the time while also accompanying
This Grade 1 feature for cello and bass is loosely based on the traditional Lightly Row theme. Written in ABA form, it is played pizzicato throughout and is set in A minor. The B section features
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Showcase your violas with a piece that will make them sound great! It remains in 1st position mainly on the upper strings of the viola and features: Ding Dong! Merrily on High; Deck the Halls; The First
Not just for the viola section! Both violins and violas get the exuberant melody in this very playable arrangement of the Baroque classic. Violists will appreciate the opportunity to showcase the beauty and
Build the violas' morale, confidence and musicianship! It's time for those inner part specialists to have their moment in the spotlight - featured here on a hard-driving groove that rocks the house. Let
Take out the castanets because the violas are taking the stage, Spanish style! It begins in a paso doble reminiscent of a vigorous Spanish guitar solo, then moves into a major-key allegretto where the
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