This piece is part of the Mariachi Concert Series. Each arrangement in this series includes a professionally recorded demonstration CD. Scored for violins, trumpets, armonia, guitarron and vocal; Includes instrumentation options for flutes, guitar and bass.
Title: Canta, Canta, Canta, Edited by Jimenez/Nevin, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 04002061
Two Romances for Violin, Op. 40 in G and Op. 50 in F
Two Romances for Violin, Op. 40 in G and Op. 50 in F by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Play the great classics with Hal Leonard's Classical Play-Along Series. Listen to the full performance tracks to hear how the piece sounds with a professional orchestra, and then play along using the accompaniment tracks. The audio CD is playable on any CD player. For PC and Mac computer users, the CD is enhanced so you can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch. No separate piano part included.
A collection of movie hits wonderfully arranged for intermediate and advanced level string quartets. Perfect for high school, university, and professional quartets! The optional bass parts also allow for use in the high school, university or community orchestra. Just the thing to read through at wedding receptions, parties, and other events.
Contents: Nobody Does It Better - The Spy Who Loved Me Dexter's Tune - Awakenings Raiders March - Raiders of the Lost Ark The Magnificent Seven Theme James Bond Theme The Gremlin Rag - Gremlins Hedwig's Theme - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Hushabye Mountain - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The Prayer - Quest for Camelot All Time High - Octopussy The Throne Room (And End Title) - Star Wars
This Bärenreiter edition presents the main musical text from the
Complete Edition of 1989, which gives the work in its final form after
Dvorįk's revision. The edition is based on the autograph and on
String Quartets Scores & Parts CD-ROM: Dvorak, Glazunov and Tchikovsky
This CD-ROM contains the study scores and parts to 10 Dvorįk, 8 Glazunov, and 3 Tchaikovsky string quartets. Also includes biographical and historical articles from the 1911 edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians.