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Be Thou My Vision by Irish Hymn Tune. Arranged by J. L. Miller. For handbell choir (3 octaves). Published by Jeffers Handbell Supply (JF.MRW8163). The beautiful Irish hymn tune SLANE is the basis for this handbell solo with piano or harp accompaniment.
Genres: Irish, St. Patrick's Day, World, Celebrations
Christmas in England by Various. Arranged by C. Wiltse. For handbell choir (5 octaves). Level 3+. Published by Stained Glass Music (JF.MSTSGM132). A full five octaves of handbells as well as 4-5 octaves of chimes are needed to perform this setting of the English carols, "Puer Nobis", "Coventry Carol," and "Gloucestershire Wassail." Special techniques as well as fresh harmonies help paint the picture of the English countryside, blanketed in snow, with the sound of carolers at your door. 151 measures in length.
Genres: British, Christmas, World, Miscellaneous
Songs and Dances of Ireland arranged by Lavender. For soprano recorder/tenor recorder with optional voice. Recorder Solos. Level 3 - Moderate. Published by Magnamusic Distributors Inc (MM.AM31402). Here is an exciting collection of songs and dances from Irelands rich musical heritage. All are arranged for voice and recorder, penny whistle or flute, or any suitable C instrument. Each is complete with full lyrics, chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams. Contents: Begorrah, Believe Me If All Endearing Young Charms, Cockles And Mussels, Come Back To Erin, Dear Little Shamrock, Dear Old Donegal, Eileen Alannah, Finnegans Wake (Trad.), Forty Shades Of Green, Galway Bay, Garden Where The Praties Grow, Gypsy Rover, Ill Take You Home Again Kathleen, Irish Rover,Killarney, Last Rose Of Summer, Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry, Limerick Is Beautiful, Londonerry Air, Macnamaras Band, Master Mcgrath, Mick Mcgilligans Ball, Mick Mcguire, My Wild Irish Rose, O Raffertys Motor Car, Patsy Fagan (The Dacent Irish Boy - Sic), Phil The Fluter, Rose Of Tralee, Slatterys Mounted Fut, Spinning Wheel (Trad.), St.Patrick Was A Gentleman, The Black Velvet Band, The Harp That Once Through Taras Hall, The March Hare, The Minstrel Boy, The Mountains Of Mourne, The Wearing Of The Green, The Wild Colonial Boy, With My Shillelagh Under My Arm
Genres: Irish, World
Scottish Melodies for Two Violas by Anne C. Witt. For Viola. Duets. Bill's Music Shelf. Scottish. Beginning-Intermediate. Book. 32 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.22231). ISBN 9780786683406. Scottish. 8.5" x 11" inches. This collection contains twenty-four pieces from 18th and 19th century Scotland. Included are airs and dance tunes originally for voice or fiddle. These duet arrangements are perfect for student and teacher as well as viola colleagues. The music is presented in sets of two or three tunes ready for performance. The traditional music of Scotland has unique and beautiful qualities and is fun to play.
Instruments: Viola, Strings
Genres: Scottish, World
The Mayor of Casterbridge by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958). For orchestra. This edition: softcover. The Massey University Music Edition. Incidental music to the radio play by Desmond Hawkins (1950). Study score. Composed 1950. 32 pages. Duration 6 minutes. Published by Promethean Editions (PO.PME13). ISBN 979-0-67452-039-3. A4+ inches. Published for the first time, The Mayor of Casterbridge (PME13) is the incidental music created for the 1950 BBC radio dramatization of Thomas Hardy's novel by the same name. Editor Nathaniel Lew prepared this publication from Ralph Vaughan Williams' original manuscripts and is presented here in a format that is clear for both scholars and performers. In the preface, Lews provides a functional history of the work by examining in detail the orchestral phrasing throughout the three sections in relation to the narrative journey of the script.Subtitled 'The Life and Death of A Man of Character', The Mayor of Casterbridge tells the tale of Henchard, a strong man who focuses heavily on his past misdeeds and evidently becomes the creator of his own demise. The music was serialised into ten weekly episodes, however little documentary evidence remains of the radio publication. As Lew writes, 'Most useful to our understanding of the music are the "Programme as Broadcast" records. Unfortunately, the BBC assigned a single code to all of Vaughan William's scores (DBS 1972). And the broadcast records identify excerpts from this recording only by their duration, with no indication of which passages where used where. Most episodes appear to use one or two excerpts, with duration ranging from twenty-five seconds to over three minutes, but even his is unclear: where there is only a single duration listed, it may represent the combined duration of several excerpts. We are left with an enigma: some fine music, but little sense of how it fits with the script, and several points in the script with no suitable music at all.'.
Genres: Classical, 20th Century, British, World
Andante Festivo. (Saxophone Quartet, Score and Parts). By Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). For Saxophone Quartet. Peermusic Classical. Softcover. Peermusic #60047-707. Published by Peermusic (HL.227046).
Genres: 20th Century, Scandinavian, Classical, World
Dedication by Bela Bartok (1881-1945). Peermusic Classical. Peermusic #60321-852. Published by Peermusic (HL.227321).
Genres: 20th Century, Hungarian, Classical, World
Oma Maa. (SATB with Piano Reduction). By Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). For Choral (SATB). Peermusic Classical. Softcover. 24 pages. Peermusic #60866-122. Published by Peermusic (HL.227866).
Genres: 20th Century, Scandinavian, Classical, World
Poema Concertante. (Violin with Piano Reduction). By Xavier Montsalvatge (1912-2002). For Piano, Violin. Peermusic Classical. Softcover. 26 pages. Peermusic #60920-602. Published by Peermusic (HL.227920).
Genres: 20th Century, Spanish, Classical, World
Soliloquios No. 1. (Flute Solo). By Roque Cordero (1917-). For Flute. Peermusic Classical. Softcover. 4 pages. Peermusic #61137-312. Published by Peermusic (HL.228137).
Genres: 20th Century, Serialism, Panamanian, Classical, World