This is an excellent selection for an important concert with your string orchestra! Technical demands are kept well in check. First violins require some third-position work, but all other parts can be
Very true to the original yet arranged for string orchestra, this is sure to become a classic. Celebrate the bicentennial of the victory of the Russian army over Napoleon's army with the most recognized
From the comic opera filled with pirates, Turkish princes, kidnapping and daring rescues, Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio is the piece of music that generated the (possibly fictional) "too
This arrangement offers exciting opportunities for more mature players. A combination of juxtaposed and interlocking double-stops are used to maintain the sonorous depth of Brahms' original work.
This incredibly expressive movement has been skillfully adapted for developing string orchestras by Carrie Gruselle. Including a simplified harp part playable on piano or synthesizer, Adagietto is
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Reflecting Mozart's somber mood near the end of his life, the themes in this piece move from a soft, delicate statement to a rich, lush orchestral answer, showcasing the full dynamic spectrum of the string
The fabulous setting of this great symphony will provide opportunities to develop spiccato bowing technique. It's perfect for any contest or concert.
One of America's most historic moments was accompanied by this very unique work, composed especially for the occasion and performed by a quartet of America's finest artists - Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman,
Incorporating 22 different melodies from the works of Tchaikovsky, this is an incredibly clever and sometimes humorous medley that even includes the 1812 Overture accompanied by the popping of
As heard in the Oscar-winning movie "The King's Speech," one of Beethoven's most beloved movements accompanied the dramatic moments of this monumental film. Robert Longfield's accessible adaptation for
The second movement of Beethoven's "Symphony No. 7" has enormous popularity with performers and audiences. This thoughtful version goes beyond a cursory repeat of the famous theme by including developmental
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