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Background Trios for Strings Vol. 2 - Violin A

By Deborah Greenblatt

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String Trio violin 1
Arranged by Deborah Greenblatt. Trios for Strings. Part book. With Standard Notation. Published by Greenblatt & Seay (GS.BVN3BTFSV2VN-A).

Item Number: GS.BVN3BTFSV2VN-A

8.5 x 11 inches.

"Background Trios for Strings, Volume 1" is so much fun, that we just had to create a Volume 2. There are 20 pieces in this collection, and many are a bit more adventurous than Volume 1. Styles represented include Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical music. As with Volume 1, everybody shares the interesting melodic bits.

Each of the "Trios for Strings" series consists of individual part books that can be purchased separately. From the available books in the "Trios for Strings" series you can build a trio with each part in the clef that each musician prefers. G clef, viola clef, and bass clef books are available for each of the trio parts. For instance, to personalize a trio for your group you could buy a Violin A part book, a Violin B part book, and a Cello C part book.

  • Alman  Composed by Anonymous
  • Allegro for a Flute Clock  Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Pavaniglia  Composed by Antonio De Cabezon
  • Sicilian Cascarda  Composed by Carravaggio
  • Trio No. 1  Composed by Carl Ditters Von Dittersdorf
  • Banana Boy  Composed by Deborah Greenblatt
  • London Trio No. 1  Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Bethena  Composed by Scott Joplin
  • Noels  Composed by Michel-Richard De Lalande
  • Overture, Marriage of Figaro  Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Si Bheg Si Mhor  Composed by Turlough O'carolan
  • Allegro, Triosonata in F  Composed by John Christopher Pepusch
  • Golden Sonata  Composed by Henry Purcell
  • Sonata in D  Composed by Johann Joachim Quantz
  • Tamburin  Composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Dance Of The Comedians   Composed by Bedrich Smetana
  • Triosonate  Composed by Georg Philipp Telemann
  • N'As-Tu Point?  Composed by Vredeman De Vries
  • Those Sweet Delightful Lilies  Composed by Thomas Weelkes
  • O, What Shall I Do?  Composed by John Wilbye
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