Bärenreiter's Concert Pieces offer young string players a broad range of music suitable for lessons and recitals; from easy pieces for children to more demanding works for the advanced student.
The series is edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally-renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition. Each piece includes a preface that includes tips for successful first concerts. These editions form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition and can be used in parallel from the third volume onwards or alongside any violin method.
Esta es una introduccion paso a paso, concisa para aprender acordes,
patrones ritmicos y canciones. La musica se encuentra en las tonalidades
de G, D, E menor y C con CD de acompanamiento incluido. El libro
tambien contiene secciones que hablan de distintos tipos de guitarra,
preguntas frecuentes, como encordar una guitarra y terminos musicales y
guitarristicos. Ideal para principiantes de cualquier edad. Un metodo
conciso, paso a paso y facil para aprender acordes, patrones ritmicos y
canciones - perfecto para principiantes de cualquier edad. La musica se
encuentra en las tonalidades de G, D, E menor y C. Contiene secciones
explicando el tipo de guitarras, preguntas frecuentes, como encordar una
guitarra y terminos musicales y guitarristicos.CD de acompanamiento
incluido. El material audiografico de este libro se encuentra en el
This collection of short symphony themes contains the best-known and beautiful melodies by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Berlioz, Franck, Brahms, Dvorįk, and Tchaikovsky arranged for the intermediate violinist. A free piano accompaniment download is available for use with this title.
Include themes from: Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven), Symphony No. 102 (Haydn), Symphony No. 6 (Tchaikovsky), Symphony No. 8 (Schubert), Symphony No. 4 (Brahms), Symphony No. 41 (Mozart), and more.
Unfinished Quartet for Two Violins, Viola and Cello
Being published for the first time, this composition was discovered in 2003 in Shostakovich's Archives by Olga Digonskaya and Olga Dombrovskaya. This work has been defined as one of Shostakovich's early attempts to write the Ninth Quartet, but for some reason, was never completed. The work was written between the end of August, 1961 and the third or fourth weeks of June, 1962.
The composition consists of two author's manuscripts. The first is an incomplete fair score of the first movement (a total of 225 bars) on 12 sheets (one empty) of 12-line piano score paper, paginated by the author on every page, 1 through 22, and with bar-by-bar indexing in indelible pencil. The author's manuscript is written in purple ink. In the upper margin of the first sheet, the composer wrote, Quartet No. 9/I, and in the upper right-hand corner, 'DShostakovich/op.113' Key Es-dur, tempo Allegretto. The second author's manuscript includes a complete rough draft of the first movement on four similar sheets with incomplete pagination by the author, 1 through 6, written in the same ink, and a sketch of 16 bars on the back of the last sheet.
The Unfinished Quartet was first performed on 17 January, 2005 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory by the Borodin Quartet.
Title: Unfinished Quartet for Two Violins, Viola and Cello, By Shostakovich, Dmitri, Published by DSCH Publishers
Shostakovich transcribed these two miniatures, Elegy and Polka, for the Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume Quartet in 1931. Elegy is from Ekaterina Lvovna's aria from the opera Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District. Polka is from the ballet The Limpid Stream, Op. 22.