This progressive collection of performance pieces for experienced middle school through advanced high school players is presented in two sections: 3 and 4 part rounds and canons; and string orchestra arrangements of the rounds and canons. While the string orchestra arrangements are ideal for performance, the 3 and 4 part rounds and canons offer a variety of opportunities for studio, homogeneous group and heterogeneous classroom study. This flexible collection is a must for all.
Title: Rounds and Canons, By Bergonzi, Louis, Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Item numbers: K99CO, K99F, K99SB, K99VA, K99VN
A method designed for string orchestra or individual instruction, which orients beginning students to all four strings right from the start. This innovative new approach to teaching strings features melodies and exercises on all strings reinforcing each new concept introduced. Superb photographs and fingering charts throughout the book, diverse performance ensembles, and creative theory and improvisation games complete the total musical experiance for today's string students.
Title: Spotlight on Strings: Book 1, Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Item numbers: K92CO, K92F, K92SB, K92VA, K92VN
Double Bass parts for solo, orchestra and "Viennese" tuning with cadenzas, fingering and bowing by Tobias Gloeckler. This concerto is today considered the classical double bass concerto par excellence. Indeed, it may well be the best-known and most frequently played work for double bass altogether.
Title: Double Bass Concerto in E Major (Krebs 172), By Dittersdorf, Karl Ditters von, Edited by Tobias Gloeckler, Published by G. Henle Urtext Editions, Item number: HN759