Music For Two (Wedding Music and Classical Favorites) Volume 2
Music for Two: Wedding Music and Classical Favorites, Volume 2. Parts are interchangeable for violin (Flute or Oboe) and Cello (Bassoon).
Amazing Grace (Traditional)
Ave Verum Corpus from K. 618 (Mozart)
Danza Pastorale from Violin Concerto in E, "Spring" (Vivaldi)
Largo from Xerxes (Handel)
Ode to Joy from Symphony #9 (Beethoven)
Panis Angelicus from Messe Solonnelle, Op. 12 (Franck)
La Rejouissance from Fireworks Music (Handel)
Rondeau from Abdelazer (Purcell)
Rondeau from Sinfonies de Fanfares (Mouret)
Rondo alla turca from Piano Sonata in A Major, K. 331 (Mozart)
Sarabande from Oboe Concerto in G minor (Handel)
Scheherazade Theme (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Simple Gifts (Shaker Hymn)
Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
Water Music Suite (Handel)
Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream (Mendelssohn)
When I Am Laid in Earth from Dido and Aeneas (Purcell)
Title: Music For Two (Wedding Music and Classical Favorites), Edited by Daniel Kelley, Published by Last Resort Music Publishing
My First Progressive Duets for Strings is written to be the primer for volume 1 of Carl Fischer's Progressive Duets. Arranged in a progressive format, this collection contains easy songs in the first position and includes American folk tunes, easy classical arrangements, and more. These duets can be played in any combination of instruments.
"Playing With Style" is a set of colorful concert pieces in a variety of styles, including tango, ragtime, and jazz. The pieces use effects such as glissando and tremolo and allow opportunities to explore chromaticisms, swing rhythms, and syncopation. In the string parts, the melody is passed around so that all members of the ensemble can have the opportunity to play the tune. Fingerings have been kept to a minimum and are normally included only for clarification of chromatic passages or where notes go out of first position.
Title: Playing with Style: Duets, By Martin, Joanne, Published by Summy-Birchard Inc.
Carlos Gardel became a legend in his own lifetime. He wrote, often together with the lyricist Alfredo Le Pera, numerous Tangos and through his singing, film appearances and recordings became one of the most significant and popular figures in the Tango's history. Some of his most well-known pieces are featured in this volume and Diego Collatti's arrangements retain all the captivating, magnetic charms we associate only with the Tango. Suitable for cellists of middle-grade standard and beyond.
Melodia de arrabal
Por una cabeza
El dia que me quieras
Mi Buenos Aires querido