Samuel Dushkin Repertoire: The Best Pieces for Violin and Piano
Samuel Dushkin Repertoire: The Best Pieces for Violin and Piano. A student of Leopold Auer and Fritz Kreisler, Samuel Dushkin was closely associated with Stravinsky and is known for his numerous violin transcriptions. This collection includes Dushkin arrangements of several classical masterpieces.
Chanson a bercer et a danser (Artok)
Chanson Palestinienne (Kirman)
Chants des juifs du Yemen (Kirman)
Air et Trepak (Sasonoff)
Melodie Arabe (Glasunow)
German Waltz (Reger)
Short Story (Gershwin)
Scherzo de L'oiseau de feu (Stravinsky)
Dance Slovaque No. 2 (Felber)
This collection for violin was compiled with "emerging violinists" in mind and contains a broad assortment of well-known classics written by great composers from several different eras. The violin part is presented with larger print for easy reading and includes a CD accompaniment. Easy/Intermediate level.
Sing. Play. Learn. Favorite Songs for Violin in First Position
This exciting new series embraces and expands on Suzuki violin concepts and is designed to capture the interest of a new generation.
A new song book that modernizes and expands on Suzuki concepts. Here are eighty songs that everyone will know and like. Songs are divided logically into categories based on finger patterns and increase gradually in difficulty. All songs can be played without the fourth finger. Includes fingerboard diagrams and note reading instruction.
Eight Baroque pieces edited and arranged with modern bowings and fingerings by Mike Cornick.. Selections include items from the orchestral, vocal and keyboard works of the period and can be enjoyed by intermediate to more advanced players.
Fairest Isle (Purcell)
Menuet from "Clavierbuchlein der Anna Magdalena Bach" BWV Anh. 115 (Petzold)
Sarabande from "French Suite No. 1 in D minor" (J.S. Bach)
Giga from "Sonata VIII" Op. 5 (Corelli)
Sarabanda from "Sonata VIII" Op. 5 (Corelli)
Menuet from "Clavierbuchlein der Anna Magdalena Bach" BWV Anh. 114 (Petzold)
Twelve great songs from classic to modern rock. Each song uses the original guitar parts arranged for the ukulele. The ukulele craze is sweeping the world, so come be a part of it!
Beat It (Michael Jackson)
China Grove (The Doobie Brothers)
Do You Want to Know a Secret (The Beatles)
Don't Stop Believin' (Journey)
How You Remind Me (Nickelback)
Jumpin' Jack Flash (The Rolling Stones)
Layla (Unplugged version) (Eric Clapton)
Lyin' Eyes (Eagles)
Panama (Van Halen)
Running on Empty (Jackson Browne)
Stayin' Alive (Bee Gees)
Wild Night (Van Morrison)
The edition contains 19 concert pieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. In
addition, there are newly composed pieces by the Polish bass player
Boguslaw Furtok (*1967). Selections included Adagio (Beethoven), Largo (Bach), Polka (Dancla), Chanson triste (Tchaikovsky), Sicilienne (Faure), The Swan (Saint-Saens) and many more.
• Concert pieces for double bass and piano accompaniment • Easy to medium level of difficulty • Ideal continuation of the string method Early Start on the Double Bass