Author: Wolfgang Birtel, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Publisher: Schott & Company Limited
(String). 40 easy original compositions for violin and piano, including music by Corelli, Handel, Mozart, Dancla, Elgar, and others: With fingerings, tempo suggestions and notes on the execution of ornaments.
The study of string instruments should include ensemble playing at the earliest possible stage. There is much to be gained from the playing of duets. Each player learns how to listen to the other, and in a short time develops an awareness of balance, musical phrasing, intonation, and tone quality. This type of training is excellent preparation for participation in large groups. These four volumes of duets for two violins will help fill the need for early ensemble experience in the public schools. They should be used in string classes as a supplement to any of the standard string methods. They will also encourage music making outside of the school, with parents or with other students. These duets are ideal for recitals in the public schools and in public school festivals. They may be played by two performers, or by multiple performers on each part, with or without piano accompaniment.
Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Musikerziehung.
Suzuki flute school
Author: Toshio Takahashi, Shinʼichi Suzuki
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Titles: Mary Had a Little Lamb (Folk Song) * Fireflies (Children's Song) * Kagome Kagome (Children's Song) * Cuckoo (Folk Song) * Lightly Row (Folk Song) * Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations (Suzuki-Takahashi) * Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Folk Song) * Amaryllis (J. Ghys) * Allegro (Shinichi Suzuki) * The Honeybee (Folk Song) * Long, Long Ago (T. H. Bayly) * Lullaby, Op. 98, No. 2 (F. Schubert) * Moon over the Ruined Castle (R. Taki) * Minuet, Minuet III from Suite in G Minor for Klavier, BWV 822 (J. S. Bach) * Minuet, BWV Anh. II 114/Anh. III 183 (J. S. Bach) * Minuet, BWV Anh. II 116 (J. S. Bach) * Bourr?e from Sonata No. 3 in G Major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Op. 1, No. 5, HHA IV/3 No. 5 (G. F. Handel) * Fingering Chart. This title is available in SmartMusic.
Author: Katharine Colledge, Hugh Colledge
Author: Lindsey Stirling
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Violin Play-Along). The Violin Play-Along series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily. Just follow the music, listen to the audio to hear how the violin should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. With the melody and lyrics included, you may also choose to sing along. Chord symbols are provided should you wish to elaborate on the melody. This volume includes: Michael Jackson Medley * Party Rock Anthem * Pump It * Right Round * River Flows in You * Starships * A Thousand Years * We Found Love.
100 of the best-known classical themes carefully edited for soloists, including works by Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Chopin and many other great composers.
The 4 Chord Songbook: Favourite Hits allows you to play 17 great songs using the same 4 chords: G, A, C, D! All The Small Things (Blink 182) Baba O’Riley (The Who) Bohemian Like You (The Dandy Warhols) Common People (Pulp) Doll Parts (Hole) I Fought The Law (The Clash) I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bob Dylan) In The City (Razorlight) Jack and Diane (John Cougar Mellancamp) Life Of Riley (The Lightning Seeds) Mull Of Kintyre (Paul McCartney) My Best Friend’s Girl (The Cars) Pain Killer (Summer Rain) (Turin Brakes) Praise You (Fatboy Slim) Rocks (Primal Scream) She Belongs To Me (Bob Dylan) Tiger Feet (Mud)
Author: Ramsey Campbell
Publisher: Tor Books
A bookstore can be a wonderful, welcoming place of both commerce and curiosity. That's the goal for Woody, an American recently transferred to England to run a branch of Texts. He wants a clean, orderly store and lots of sales to show his bosses when they arrive from the States for a pre-Christmas inspection. Not easy given the shop's location in a foggy strip mall. And things keep going wrong. No matter how often the shelves are put in order before the doors are locked at night, when the staff returns in the morning, books are lying all over the floor, many damp and damaged beyond repair. The store's computers keep acting up-errors appear in brochures and ads and orders disappear completely. And even when the machines are turned off, they seem to glow with a spectral gray light. The hit-and-run death of an employee in the store's parking lot marks a turning point. One employee accuses another of making sexual advances and they come to blows. Between one sentence and the next, one loses his ability to read. The security monitors display half-seen things crawling between the stacks that vanish before anyone can find them. Desperate, Woody musters his staff for an overnight inventory. When the last customers reluctantly depart, leaving almost-visible trails of slime shining behind them, the doors are locked, sealing Woody and the others inside for a final orgy of shelving. The damp, grey, silent things that have been lurking in the basement and hiding in the fog may move slowly, but they are inexorable. This bookstore is no haven. It is the doorway to a hell unlike any other. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.