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.
Old Ironsides, Champion of the Seas for Full Orchestra (Grade 4)
A musical portrait of the historical Navy warship the USS Constitution,
nicknames "Old Ironsides." The thematic material created by
Woolstenhulme is identified as, The Ship, Thoughts of Home, The Battle, and Victory. This tour de force is a perfect concert finale. Includes conductor's score and parts.
This collection for violin was compiled with "emerging violinists" in mind and contains a broad assortment of well-known classics written by great composers from several different eras. The violin part is presented with larger print for easy reading and includes a CD accompaniment. Easy/Intermediate level.
Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation (Second Edition)
Learn how to master Finale (the Best Selling Notation Software Program) step-by-step with the most complete how-to guide available. Designed for both novice and experienced users, this is your detailed resource to fully understanding and applying all of Finale's remarkable capabilities.
Easy-to-follow instructions help you to: create publisher-quality music notation; learn to use the tools of Finale while writing your own music and arrangements; get started immediately with hundreds of professional templates, partially completed notation files, and libraries available on the companion website (www.FINALEBOOK.com); print transposed parts from scores automatically; write standard notation, guitar tablature, drum set parts, and more with this comprehensive hands-on tutorial.
Teachers can create warm-up and practice exercises; write their own compositions, arrangements and method books; and simplify parts for students.
The companion website, www.FINALEBOOK.COM, offers:
> Samples of partially completed and finished music notation files for each of the hundreds of hands-on exercises in the book.
> Libraries of articulations and dynamics.
> Additional chapters.
> Professional Templates: Choral, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band, Orchestra, Single Line and Grand Staff, Pit and Show, and Sketch and Utilities templates including a Cue Sheet for radio and TV.
>This book excels at teaching Finale in an easy-to-understand, sequential manner. Rudolph and Leonard have loads of experience. Beginners and seasoned Finale users will benefit from what these two teach.
Title: Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation (Second Edition), Published by Berklee Press Publications, Item number: 50448064