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Night At The Symphony - A-Score

By James McLeod

Orchestra - Grade 4
Composed by James McLeod. Orchestra method/study. Strolling Strings. Score.

Item Number: KJ.GL120F

ISBN 849769329.

Strolling Strings is a fresh and exciting way to sustain or restore interest in your orchestra at all grade levels. Performing at banquets, PTA meetings, and private parties provides much needed exposure for your program. In addition, it gives your students the opportunity to reach out and become involved in their community, developing their performance skills as they go. Strolling Strings is a fun and effective way for orchestra directors to meet the dual challenges of educating students and providing quality entertainment for the community A Night at the Symphony is the most technically and musically challenging of the four shows, but well worth the time! It features arrangements of some of the finest symphonic literature ever written. In 30 minutes you can provide your audience with the elegant music of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodin, von Weber, Strauss, and Dvorak. Grade 4+.

About Strolling Strings

Strolling Strings is your program's answer to marching band, jazz ensemble, and show choir. In addition, strolling allows your students to communicate with an audience in a unique way that builds confidence, self-esteem, and creativity. This innovative curriculum includes both complete shows and individual "showstoppers." Each includes program notes, detailed performance suggestions, and a Show Host script.

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  • September 05, 2011 Themes and extracts from fine compositions

    Unlike in the other Strolling Strings - collections this one contains only music which is originally written for a big symphony orchestra. Skillful arrangements for concert use, no coffeehouse music here. The violins play in unison, only partly divisi. The viola part is difficult. The cello part is more moderate and...

    plays divisi only in Scheherazade. The piano part is solid and clear, and has an important role rhythmically. It is easy to add octaves in the left hand, when necessary.

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