String Quartet - Intermediate
By Kathy Mattea. Arranged by Nicholas Steinbach. Score, Set of Parts. 15 pages. Published by Publishe By N. C. Steinbach (H0.274033-6676).
Item Number: H0.274033-6676
2017 Holiday Contest Entry
This is an original String Quartet arrangement for Mary Did You Know? by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene. The arrangement is composed by Nicholas Steinbach. The arrangement is written in the key of Dmin because the open strings will make playing it a little easier. This arrangement should definitely be played very expressively and rubato. There are times when each string instrument gets to be showcased. This is a perfect arrangement for a holiday gathering or service event.
Note from the arranger: Enjoy the arrangement! Please play expressively and let that melody soar! If you have any questions please email me at Nicholas.C.Steinbach(at)gmail.com
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