Rarely is the work of Elgar available for young string players, but here are two very nice selections! String students with just basic skills can perform these two contrasting movements from Elgar's Six
UIL String Orchestra Sight Reading Level 6
Here's an original that will introduce your young string players to contrasting styles. Elegy is a minor mode section in 3/4 time, while the Dance is a 4/4 movement in D major. There are
Shirley Strohm-Mullins. A bold original work that will have your players producing sounds that range from strong and aggressive to sweet and lyrical. It's filled with contemporary harmonies and
UIL String Orchestra Sight Reading Level 6 - 2013
UIL String Orchestra Sight Reading Level 6 - 2006
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Here's a majestic Texas waltz with beautiful American harmonies. In D major, all instruments stay in first position. The arrangement gives every section a turn playing the tune as well as the
Playfully written, Scherzando employs mostly down and up bowing, includes some two-note slurs, and all instruments are given a chance to play the melody. It sounds just as good at a medium tempo as it
These three contrasting movements represent ideal literature for the intermediate orchestra. Very accessible, yet highly musical, this work will be one that you will enjoy coming back to year after
UIL String Orchestra Sight Reading Level 5
UIL String Orchestra Sight Reading Level 6 - 2012
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