The Majesty of Gospel presents 16 of the most popular and best-known gospel songs in special arrangements. Each instrument's solo part has improvisations written out in full and includes chord symbols for individual improvisation. All the music for the piano accompaniment is included on the CD as PDF files that can be printed as needed. Playbacks on the CD were recorded live by top studio musicians.
Title: The Majesty of Gospel for Violin, Published by Edition Schott, Item number: ED9701
Written in 1823, this "double" concerto from the young composer presents
a brilliant and unusual concerto pairing. The central adagio movement
is a trademark of Mendelssohn "Song Without Words." Features many solo
passages for each soloist, to beautiful effect. Includes a newly engraved
solo violin part and two CDs with complete reference recordings, including piano
accompaniment minus the soloist at both standard and practice tempos. No piano accompaniment part is included.
Condition: This item is slightly bent in the corners, but is otherwise in new condition.
Play 8 holiday treasures with sound-alike CD tracks.
The Violin Play-Along Series will help you play your favorite songs
quickly and easily. Just follow the music, listen to the CD to hear how
the violin should sound, and then play along using the separate backing
tracks. With the melody and lyrics included in the book, you may also
choose to sing along. Chord symbols are provided should you wish to
elaborate on the melody. 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!
A rich tapestry of European music from the 13th-16th centuries. Includes the medieval Estampie Royale and the famous L'homme armé, Kemp's Jig and Henry VIII's favourite Pastime with Good Company via a rollicking Morris dance, a comical Bourée and more! The Complete edition includes a violin part, keyboard accompaniment with optional violin accompaniment, easy violin and guitar.
Ach Els'lein, liebstes Elselein (15th century German);
Calata (16th century Italian);
English dance (13th century English);
Estampie royale (13th century French);
Gaillarde: Mrs Winter's jump (Michael Praetorius);
Hélas madame (attrib. Henry VIII);
J'ay mis mon cuer (Guillaume Dufay);
Kemp's jig (16th century English);
L'homme armé (15th century French);
La Bourée (Michael Praetorius);
La gamba (16th century Italian);
La morisque (Tielman Susato);
Par le regard de vos beaux yeux (Guillaume Dufay);
Pastime with good company (attrib. Henry VIII);
Pavane: La Venissienne (Claude Gervaise);
Recercada (Diego Ortiz);
Ronde: Pour quoy (Tielman Susato);
Saltarello (14th century Italian);
Watkins' ale (16th century English);
Winder wie ist (Neithart von Reuenthal).
Title: The Early Music Fiddler, Edited by Edward Huws Jones, Published by Boosey and Hawkes
The best-selling series that helps you recreate the colourful world of folk fiddle music through authentic arrangements for flexible strings.
All the sensual sophistication and enduring elegance of Viennese string music, from sparkling miniatures to Viennese café music. Waltzes, polkas and melodies from operettas including The Beautiful Blue Danube and The Emperor Waltz.
Andantino from The Gypsy Baron (Strauss II);
Clear the Tracks! (Strauss);
Light Cavalry (Suppe);
Philomel Waltz (Strauss);
Roses from the South (Strauss II);
Russian March (Strauss II);
Tales of the Vienna Woods (Strauss II);
The Beautiful Blue Danube (Strauss);
The Emperor Waltz (Strauss II);
The Schonbrunn Palace (Lanner);
Two Waltzes from Gold and Silver (Lehar).
Title: The Viennese Fiddler, Edited by Edward Huws Jones, Published by Boosey and Hawkes