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Barenz, Martin - Strings Today

KM2308

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Nine Peppy Encores for Young String Players.

Score (Parts are printable from the enclosed CD-Rom)

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£ 21.50

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The little pieces can be easily played in all parts to the same degree. They have been marked up with a view to string technique and the author has laid down the settings with a view to performance practice: the double bass is ad libitum, the viola can be replaced by violin III.

It is obvious that “young string players” shouldn’t have to wait until requested to play encores. The little “Strings Today” pieces can be played just for fun, singly or as a suite. The “peppy encores” can be easily played in all parts to the same degree, yet each instrument can also shine in its own: “Heavy Strings” calls for the cello and bass, the viola plays the solo in “Where is P.?” etc. Altogether, Bärenz has laid down the settings with a view to performance practice: the double bass is ad libitum, the viola ca be replaced by violin III, and the parts are on the CD-ROM ready to be printed out “variably”. All pieces have been marked up with a view to string technique. “Strings Today” ensures lots of rewarding music-making for young ensembles.

Contents:

1. Rumbling Rumba
2. Blues of the Poor Grade in Math
3. Up and Away
4. Inspector Cello
5. Seven Thirty in the Morning
6. Chilling by the Lake
7. Heavy Strings
8. Where is P.?
9. Go, Lea, Go!

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