Sheet Music for String Ensemble
Edited by Egon Voss Published by Henle
Antonín Dvořák String Quartet in G Major Op. 106 Set of parts Published by Henle
30 classic Beatles songs arranged for two violins, including All You Need Is Love, Hey Jude and Let It Be.
These dazzling pieces, mostly fast, bright and in major keys, show Bach at his most playful, funny and mischievous. Arranged by Fred Thomas Published by Spartan Press
Leoš Janáček, String Quartet No. 2 Edited by Leos Faltus and Milos Stedron Published by Bärenreiter
Hal Leonard String Orchestra: Pop Specials for Strings Score and parts Music by Justin Hurwitz Lyrics by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul Arranged by Robert Longfield
Emile de Ribaupierre (1887-1973) Suites Montagnardes pour Violin et Alto | for Violin and Viola Troisième Suite | Third Suite Published by Fœtisch Frères (Hug Musikverlage)
Emile de Ribaupierre (1887-1973) Suites Montagnardes pour Violin et Alto | for Violin and Viola Deuxième Suite | Second Suite Published by Fœtisch Frères (Hug Musikverlage)
Emile de Ribaupierre (1887-1973) Suites Montagnardes pour Violin et Alto | for Violin and Viola Première Suite | First Suite Published by Fœtisch Frères (Hug Musikverlage)
Flexible String Arrangements of three Bond numbers. i) Main Bond Theme ii) Licenced to Thrill! iii) Nobody Does It Better Book & CD
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Overture from The Marriage of Figaro Arranged for string trio by John Whitfield Published by Spartan Press
The Classical Highlights series presents the best-known and most popular performance pieces of the classical repertoire in arrangements for various instruments – and now for string quartet.
Arranged for String Quartet (with Double Bass ad lib) by Wolgang Birtel
Schubert Five, It's Alive! Strings Version This arrangement retains the essence of the great work, yet is easy to play and concise This STRINGS PACK optionally combines with parts for Woodwind (SP1348) and Brass (SP1349)
This new scholarly-critical edition of String Quartet Op.127, the first of Beethoven’s late quartets, follows upon Urtext publications of the earlier opuses.