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The pomp and circumstance of a regal ceremony are evident in this superior selection by Richard Meyer. Ideal for teaching eighth-note triplets, the rich harmonies and expressive melodies of this work show the composer's strong skills at making young orchestras sound really good. Correlated with Strictly Strings, Book 2, page 27. This title is available through SmartMusic.
Looking for a mutli-cultural piece for your holiday concert? Look no further! Celebrate the holidays with this sparkling medley designed for first-year orchestras. "Hanukah O Hanukah" is combined with "Jolly Old St. Nicholas" and "Dreydl, Dreydl" in an easy, yet effective arrangement you'll use year after year at your holiday concerts. Correlated with Strictly Strings, Book 1, page 28.
This delightful Alleluia by Mozart was originally written for soprano soloist accompanied by orchestra. In this authentic sounding arrangement, both the soprano and accompaniment parts are distributed throughout the string orchestra. Young students will enjoy performing this well-known Mozart masterwork. Correlated to Strictly Strings, Book 2, page 17. This title is available through SmartMusic.
Cast a spell up and down the fingerboard as fingers add and subtract. A strong string march rhythm provides structure and drive as young players practice beginning finger patterns! "March of the Mathemagicians" can be played by first year players who have mastered the D Major scale and all notes are in first position with no high 3s or forward extensions. With the exception of a few notes on the G in the basses, all sections use only the D and A strings. Each section has the opportunity to play the very easy melody. This catchy, toe-tapping tune is readily accessible for first year players and will be a highlight of any concert.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Strings, Guitar
Grade 4 * In this arrangement in G Major, violins use 2nd/4th position.
Instruments: Violin, Strings
Though originally written for full orchestra, with a majestic processional opening and a sentimental and beautiful slower middle section, this arrangement lies so well for strings it makes it sound like this was Glazunov's intention all along.
Harry Alshin brings us a well-orchestrated taste of Rossini's famous opera. Students will enjoy playing the themes they may have heard for years. The first violins get a real workout while supporting parts are animated and fun to play. Range is limited to third position for vilolins with optional position work for other instruments. An excellent opportunity to refine spiccato and martel
Instruments: Violin, Other, Strings
One of the all-time beloved melodies from the revered Sir Elgar, Nimrod is skillfully arranged for developing groups with this new arrangement from Lloyd Conley. As always, Lloyd's skilled writing brings quality music within the reach of younger players.
An outstanding teaching piece that can serve as an introduction to many aspects of ensemble playing including cut-time and pizzicato. Robert also gives each section interesting and important melodic parts in a well-balanced arrangement for younger players. Dur: 1:30
This famous melody, often referred to as the Anniversary Waltz, is arranged here in its original light classical style by Robert Longfield. Offering a nice variety of ensemble treatments throughout, melodic lines are scored for each section, giving this new version great appeal for student groups.