Title: Fiddle Tunes on Jazz Changes, By Matt Glaser; assisted by sudents of the Berklee American Roots Music Program. Published by Berklee Press, Distributed by Hal Leonard.
Learn how to:
Develop jazz solos using familiar melodic materials
Create coherent improvisations built on melodic cells
Modify melodies to suit jazz chod changes
Fuse traditional fiddle music and jazz styles
Flow from the "groove" of American fiddling to the swing feel of jazz
Each etude in this collection is preceded by a short introduction discussing the development techniques at work. The accompanying audio tracks feature swinging interpretations of each etude and provide play-along tracks. 39 pages.
A popular selection of Wedding and Classical favorites. This collection of trios is arranged for three treble instruments with mixed or flexible instrumentation. (violin, viola, flute, oboe or clarinet). Complete set of 6 parts for mix' n' match trio.
Part 1. Flute, Oboe or Violin.
Part 2. Flute, Oboe, Violin or Clarinet in Bb
Part 3. Violin, Viola or Clarinet in Bb
Arioso (from Cantata #156) J. S. Bach
Ave Verum Corpus (from K. 618) W. A. Mozart
Badinerie (from Suite #2 in b minor) J. S. Bach
Bis Du Bei Mir (from Anna Magdalena Notebook) J. S. Bach
Der Vogelfanger Bin Ich Ja (Papageno's Aria from the Magic Flute) W. A. Mozart
Nocturne (from A Midsummer Night's Dream) F. Mendelssohn
Pomp and Circumstance March #1 (from Pomp and Circumstance Marches, Op. 38) E. Elgar
Wedding March (from A Midsummer Night's Dream) F. Mendelssohn
Title: Wedding and Classical Favorites Music for Three Treble Instruments Collection No. 6, Intermediate. Edited by Daniel Kelley, Published by Last Resort Music Publishing.
Works for Violin and Harpsichord by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
These volumes include a Preface containing relevant historical facts and Notes on Interpretation based on the 18th century Theory of Affects. Vol. 1-156 pages includes a Violin Score of 52 pages. Vol. 2 - 140 pages includes a Violin score of 43 pages.
Title: Works for Violin and Harpsichord (Piano) Vol. 1 & Vol. 2. Composed by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788). A Wiener Urtex Edition, Schott / Universal Edition.