These easy to play pieces are versatile for string quartet or string orchestra. Young players can develop their practice routine while having fun rehearsing these tantalizing pieces. These tangos are great for concert-performance and wonderful for festive occasions.
Title: Tango for Strings (String Quartet), By Speckert, George A., Published by Barenreiter, Item number: BA9415
Composer/Author: Peter Loel Boonshaft.
Teaching Music with Passion is a one-of-a-kind, collective masterpiece of thoughts, ideas and suggestions about the noble profession of music education. Both inspirational and instructional, it will surely change the way you teach (and think) about music. Filled with personal experiences, anecdotes and wonderful quotations, this book is an easy-to-read, essential treasure! One of the most 'real' writings I have read during my 35 years in music education. - Mel Clayton, President, MENC: The National Association for Music Education
Title: Teaching Music with Passion, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 317129
This urtext edition represents the first complete scholarly-critical edition of Mendelssohn's three violin sonatas, including two early sonatas and both versions of the Sonata in F Major (1838/1839). Includes preface, facsimiles, and critical commentary. Edited by Hiromi Hoshino and Takeshi Kiriyama.
Cadenzas to Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 61
Cadenzas to Ludwig van Beethoven's Concerto for Violin and Orchstra. The first ever compilation of cadenzas to Beethoven's beloved concerto. Many of these cadenzas are published here for the first time since the 19th century and the cadenzas by Wieniawski and Ysaye are published here for the first time ever. Cadenzas are sorted by styles and schools of playing with comments on performance practice for each composer. This edition complements Barenreiter's violin and piano reduction of the concerto.
Includes Cadenzas By:
Barenreiter's Easy Concerto Series. A new series of the most popular short solo concertos for violin. Each edition includes a solo violin part and a piano accompaniment. Friedrich Seitz's Concerto No. 2 in G major op. 13 can be introduced after the completion of Volume 3 of the Sassmannshaus Tradition Early Start on the Violin (BA9678) and corresponds with ASTA Rating Beginner (1-2).
Trio in G Major, "Gypsy Trio" for Violin, Cello, and Piano
The present Piano trio in G major is also known as the "Gypsy Trio." This nickname, which did not originate with the composer, derives from the original term for the melodic writing in the finale (Rondo in the Gypsies stile), where Haydn makes use of musical models from his native country and environs.