This fascinating original by Richard Meyer incorporates easy mixed meter, modal scales and driving syncopations to create a level of excitement not often found in works at this grade level. The energetic Allegro sections surround a Largo section of intense beauty. An ideal concert and contest selection.
As the title suggests, a driving, rhythmic pulse permeates throughout this contemporary original selection by Richard Meyer. The piece incorporates two diverse moods ? a highly rhythmic first section in B Minor, built on rising and falling thirds, followed by a simple chorale in folk song style presented first in the violins and then passed throughout the ensemble. As this slow section winds down, the energy is once again established with the re-introduction of earlier material. The chorale is then heard again, this time coupled with the energetic figures that started the piece. A great choice for your next concert or contest, Momentum provides a wide variety of outstanding teaching opportunities while using a fresh new sound that your students will love! (5:30)
Two Beethovian Sketches outlines a new look at Beethoven, from the pen of Robert W. Smith. A strikingly lovely string and piano setting of the ever popular Moonlight Sonata is featured first. Smith´s impressions of the famous Diabelli Variations follow in the second sketch. A great addition to any concert and a wonderful way to incorporate a student pianist in the program.
Enjoy a timeless arrangement that incorporates a narrator reading the familiar words while the orchestra provides sound effects and performs traditional and pop holiday songs. Invite your superintendent or principal to read the cued narration part for added fun. Correlates with String Explorer Book 1, Unit 14. Titles include: Jingle Bells, Santa Claus Is Comin´ to Town, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Lullaby, Overture to William Tell, Up On the Housetop, Jolly Old St. Nicholas, Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer, Sleigh Ride, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, I Gave My Love a Cherry, and Let It Snow!
Dvorák, AntonínSerenade for String Orchestra E major op. 22Dvorák’s ´´Serenade in E major” for string orchestra is one of his most popular and frequently played works. It was written in the spring of 1875, when he had just experienced his first successes at the conductor’s podium and had received a state arts scholarship. The score and parts were published by Bote & Bock, Berlin, in 1879.This Urtext edition is based on the composer’s autograph score. It corrects mistakes found in the first edition and so, for the first time, the editor incorporates omitted passages from the autograph, marking them with ´´Vi-de”. This reconstruction makes it possible to clarify the piece’s structure. The author of the Foreword, Katerina Nová, is head of the Dvorák Museum in Prague.• Detailed Foreword by Katerina Nová (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary by the editor (Eng)• Including ´´Vi-de” passages from the autograph scoreEdition no.: BA 10423ISMN: 9790260107472Editor: Tait, RobinLanguage(s) of text: Czech, English, GermanProduct format: Score, Urtext editionIncludes the following individual parts: String orchestraBinding: PaperbackPages / Format: XIII, 61 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm
Simplified just enough, this authentic-sounding arrangement incorporates the use of several toys to provide a highly entertaining and enjoyable concert experience. This may be played alone, or following the Toy Symphony (1st Movement) (also published by Highland/Etling) as a three-movement suite. This piece provides a great opportunity to involve other students, staff members, administrators, etc. Use your imagination!
The innovations at work in the nylon string Multiacs are available in the steel string models as well. Outwardly the Steel and Nylon models look much the same. Inside, it´s a much different story. The top of the Steel string Multiac incorporates a modern variation on the classic X-brace. The slim necks and shallow bodies of these guitars make them exceptionally comfortable to play. The two-chamber body design resists feedback and the custom voiced preamps make for great sound in performance with minimal effort.SpecsMahogany neckRosewood Fingerboard16 fingerboard radius25 1/2 Scale1 11/16 nut widthChambered Mahogany bodySolid Spruce TopCustom LR Baggs I-Beam Duet electronics with under-saddle transducer & internal condenser microphoneNatural High-Gloss finish
In The Secret Life of Bees, the narrator´s voice is quite convincing as a 14-year-old girl. Sue Monk Kidd uses a straightforward style, adding small remnants of magical realism to incorporate the bees, as well as the strange string of events that brings Lily and Rosaleen to the Boatwright house. Using historical markers - like the Civil Rights Act - Kidd manages to keep the story grounded in real events, counterbalancing a few fantastic or eccentric elements, like the pink house and a non-traditional view on religion. The beginning of each chapter features a quotation from nonfiction works that deals with bees and beekeeping. They all serve similar purposes, but many of the quotes are only loosely related to beekeeping. This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Norma Jean Gradsky. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/072396/bk_acx0_072396_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Media Type : BookLevel : Beginning-IntermediateMusical Genre : All StylesSeries : CompleteNumber of pages : 96 Now complete in one volume, this time-honored method addresses the six-string lap steel guitar in E7 tuning. This approach incorporates both note reading and melody chord playing. The melody chord approach is the one utilized and made famous by New Orleans´ great guitarist and teacher, Roger Filiberto. This book contitutes one of the most practical, well-written methods available for the lap steel guitar; it teaches techniques and chord harmony applicable to Hawaiian, bottleneck/slide and even resonator styles.
Choral SuiteInstrument : Fraunechoir (SSA), piano and recorder (optional)Type : vocal/piano scoreNombre de Pages : 72Cantata mundi is a development of ideas first heard in Songs of Sanctuary, where the world of ethnic influenced (both in vocal sound and percussion) are combined with established Western European classical technique to present a unified work.Vocally, the spread of influence is wider than in Songs of Sanctuary, with Eastern European and Arabic sounds added to the African, Celtic and ecclesiastical blend. Once again, the text is written phonetically with the words viewed as instrumental sound. In Cantata mundi, the sound is more symphonic, with woodwind and brass added to the strings, percussion and recorder. The seven main Cantus movements incorporate ethnic percussion, and are interspersed with shorter chorales. This suite is an arrangement for upper voices and piano with additional recorder part and includes four Cantus and four chorale movements.Content : Cantus Song of Tears - Chorale Za ma ba - Cantus Song of the Spirit - Chorale Arama Ivi - Cantus Song of the Plains - Chorale Sol-Fa - Cantus Song of the Trinity - Choral A ma ka ma