The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra (Piano Reduction)
John Corigliano's The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra draws upon music he composed for the film of the same name, which won an Academy Award for best film score. The story spans three centuries in the life of a magnificent but haunted violin in its travels through space and time. Corigliano composed this 17-minute concert work for violin and full orchestra as he scored the film.
Title: The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra (Piano Reduction), By Corigliano, John, Published by G. Schirmer, Inc., Item number: 50483941
Orginal Latin Songs for Beginning String Orchestra
String ensembles will enjoy "Mimi's Minor Mambo", a dance tune inspired by the traditional Afro-Cuban music played by the Caribbean island nations' charanga ensembles. Charanga, sometimes called the grandfather of salsa, combines several European musical ideas such as harmony, instrumentation, and form with the complex rhythmic structures of Afro-Cuban music. "Sambasaurus" is inspired by Brazilian samba. Expand your skill sets by playing these two originals with your string quintet or student string orchestra.
Set includes one score and a complete set of string orchestra parts.
Note: We feel that the two pieces in this collection require a more advanced player. Some of the skills required are: syncopation, off beats, accidentals, and playing up to 5th position for violin.
Play 8 of your Christmas favorites with sound-alike CD tracks! The book includes melody and lyrics to sing along and chord symbols to elaborate on the melody. The audio CD is playable on any CD player. For PC and MAC computer users, the CD is enhanced with tempo adjusting software that does not change the pitch!
Away in a Manger
Deck the Hall
The First Noel
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
Joy to the World
O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
We Three Kings of Orient Are
The Swan from "Carnival of the Animals" for Cello and Piano
This publication represents the first Urtext edition of this popular cello work. In the original version, the cello was accompanied by two pianos. The second piano part is reproduced here in small print and permits a comparison of the two versions.
The present edition includes Debussy's lesser known Intermezzo and Scherzo for cello and piano. Both were composed in 1882, when Debussy was 20 years old. Includes a supplementary cello part with fingerings and bowings by Jeffrey Solow. Piano fingerings by Eckart Sellheim.
This charming work is published following the Urtext in the Beethoven Complete Edition and is a welcome addition to the repertoire for these instruments. Although originally for two oboes and cor anglais, a version for two violins and viola was also published at the same time by Artaria with Beethoven's consent.