A versatile, fun series intended for like or mixed instruments to perform in any combination of instruments, regardless of skill level. All books are in score format with each line increasing in difficulty from Grade 1 to Grade 3-4. Perfect for concerts with family and friends, recitals, auditions, and festivals.
Singin' in the Rain
Twistin' the Night Away
We're Off to See the Wizard
Be Our Guest
Wonka's Welcome Song
Can You Read My Mind?
Everything I Do
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
Living in America
Gonna Fly Now
Artistry in Ensembles offers 17 beginning level ensembles for strings in any combination. Contents include new and exciting original pieces, transcriptions of old favorites, and arrangements of popular folk songs in a versatile three-part format.
Title: Artistry in Ensembles: Book 1, Edited by Robert S. Frost and Deborah Baker Monday, Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Item numbers: K106CO, K106F, K106PA, K106SB, K106VA, K106VN
More than just a Method! Built from the National Standards for Music Education, this series offers students and teachers an easy-to-use, exciting curriculum that meets daily classroom challenges. Highlights include: a "Four-Fingers-Down" start for every instrument, simultaneous development of both hands, and early shifting. Each student book includes a CD, musical timelines, composer bios, a glossary, and more. Convenient lesson plans included in the Teacher Resource Guide and web support available for teachers, students, and parents.
Authors: Kathleen DeBerry Brungard, Michael Alexander, Gerald Anderson, and Sandra Dackow
Because a fine orchestra depends on fine players, Solo Time for Strings emphasizes individual accomplishment, progress, and achievement while preparing young students for participation in a school orchestra. The series teaches reading in conjunction with note learning, enabling students to start playing melodies as soon as possible, and is appropriate for class or individual instruction.
Title: Solo Time for Strings: Book 3, Edited by Etling and Siennicki, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc., Item numbers: 13075, 13076, 13077, 13078, 13079, 13081
31 duets that can be played in any combination of string instruments. Arranged or composed by Larry Clark. Transcribed and edited by Doris Gazda. Intermediate level.
Packed with 31 duets in a variety of styles, Compatible Duets for Strings is perfect for use in a school setting with students who are especially eager to play music with their friends. Their flexibility makes these duets a must-have for any string player. Contents:
Pop Duets for All is a versatile, educational, and fun series intended for like or mixed instruments to perform in any size group or combination of instruments. All books are in score format with each line increasing in difficulty from Grade 1 to Grade 3-4. Alternate passages and notation are included to suit instrumental ranges. With no page turns required, the songs and measures are consistent which makes finding rehearsal points quick and convenient. Perfect for concerts with family and friends, recitals, auditions, and festivals.
I Got Rhythm
What'd I Say
Over the Rainbow
The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini
(Meet) The Flintstones
Bang the Drum All Day
Theme from New York, New York
You're the One That I Want
String Techniques for Superior Musical Performance
This comprehensive book provides an abundance of enjoyable repertoire, results-driven exercises (including scales, etudes, chorales, classical repertoire, and more) that will help your students develop solid, accurate technique. Perfect for intermediate level students in class or private studio settings.
Section 1: Technique, Tone, and Tuning
Section 2: Major and Minor Keys
Section 3: Etudes and Bowing Styles
Title: String Techniques for Superior Musical Performance, By Frost, Robert S., Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Item numbers: K114CO, K114F, K114PA, K114SB, K114VA, K114VN