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Leroy Anderson For Strings 1st Violin

1st Violin

By Leroy Anderson

Orchestra violiin 1
1st Violin. Composed by Leroy Anderson (1908-1975). Edited by Thom Proctor. Arranged by William Zinn. String Orchestra Collection. Orchestra (Violin). Traditional Pop. String orchestra part. 40 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL03451).

Item Number: AP.EL03451

ISBN 0769263461. Traditional Pop. 9x12 inches.

The best of Leroy Anderson for strings, arranged by William Zinn for string quartet or string orchestra. Titles include: Belle of the Ball * Blue Tango * Fiddle-Faddle * Jazz Pizzicato * Plink, Plank, Plunk * Serenata * Sleigh Ride * The Syncopated Clock * A Trumpeter's Lullaby * The Typewriter and more.

  • Jazz Legato 
  • Jazz Pizzicato  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Sandpaper Ballet  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Waltzing Cat  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Belle Of The Ball  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Blue Tango/Instrumental Only 
  • Forgotten Dreams  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Horse And Buggy 
  • Syncopated Clock The 
  • The Typewriter  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Sleigh Ride  Composed by Mitchell Parrish, LeRoy Anderson
  • Fiddle-Faddle  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Plink Plank Plunk  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Trumpeters's Lullaby  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Serenata  Composed by Mitchell Parish,Leroy Anderson
  • Sleigh Ride (Instrumental)  Composed by Leroy Anderson
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Montclair, NJ
    Difficulty Level:
  • July 02, 2004 A fine collection

    Despite the single copying error noted by another reviewer, this is an excellent collection of effective arrangements of Anderson's well-known (and some not so well known) tunes. No advanced string orchestra "pops" concert should be without it!

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  • 1

    Clifton Park, NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 07, 2002 Note error in Blur Tango

    These arrangements by William Zinn have a serious note error in Blue Tango. It has been there since original publication in the 1950s, and has not been corrected. It is in the melody line where a C sharp has been changed to a C natural. I have tried to contact...

    the current publisher and editor, but Thom Proctor has not returned my call. For the sake of we who love Leroy Anderson's music, DO NOT use this arrangement of Blue Tango. Many people who do, insist that it is correct!!

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