This is the second collection of the Fritz Kreisler Series. It contains thirty-five favorites and specialties and includes more transcriptions and original compositions compiled by Eric Wen. It offers fingerings, bowings and insights into Kreisler's technique.
The Early Music Fiddler Complete Edition (Violin and piano parts included) Violin (2 violins) and piano, guitar ad lib. The full range of traditional fiddle repertoire is now at your fingertips! Some of this music is familiar, some more exotic, but all of it is absolutely authentic, faithfully arranged and, above all, hugely enjoyable. The arrangements are highly flexible and can be played as solos, duets or trios as well as with larger ensembles.
(Music Minus One). Performed by Geoffrey Applegate, violin Accompaniment: Stuttgart Festival Orchestra Conductor: Emil Kahn A favorite of audiences and performers, this concerto glows with exuberance and solid structural beauty. You play either the first or second part; or get together with a friend for a thrilling duet concerto experience with full orchestra! Contains a printed solo part, newly engraved and printed on beautiful acid-free ivory paper; and online recordings of the complete concerto performed with both solo violins, then again in three accompaniment versions: minus the first violin; minus the second violin; and minus both violins; and the accompaniments given again at -20% speed for practice purposes. The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.
The cream of Irish traditional music is presented in three core collections of essential session tunes. Each book includes 110 of the most popular and enduring session tunes in Ireland and around the world. Join in wherever you go with these collections of jigs, reels, hornpipes, polkas, slides, airs and more. All the books feature accurate transcriptions in an easy-to-read format, and include guitar chords.
Classical music in Spain underwent a resurgence in the mid-nineteeth century, and the nationalistic emphasis of the Romantic era certainly provided fertile ground for the use of the unique sounds of the Iberian Peninsula. In the realm of violin music, Pablo de Sarasate's compositions revealed Romantic Spain to much of the world and were inspirations for many other composers' violin works in the same vein. Eric Wen's compilation "The Spanish Album" is a great representative survey of this trend. His foreword provides a lively and informative background for the pieces and composers in the book.