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More Classical Highlights

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
More Classical Highlights is the follow-up to Classical Highlights , a collection featuring arrangements of classical themes dating from the 17th century up to the19th century. The parts are quite easy and attractively written, but the arrangements stay as faithful as possible to the original
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Specifications
Instrument Group Orchestra
Arranger Nico Dezaire
Publisher De Haske Publications
Instrumentation String Quartet or String Orchestra
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 2
Product Type Set
ISBN 9789043146814
ISMN 9790035222058
Series De Haske String Orchestra Series
No. DHP 1135315-070
Description
More Classical Highlights is the follow-up to Classical Highlights, a collection featuring arrangements of classical themes dating from the 17th century up to the19th century. The parts are quite easy and attractively written, but the arrangements stay as faithful as possible to the original works. Baroque music is represented with two highlights: the well-known Canon by Pachelbel may well be the most performed 17th century composition. The power of the piece lies in a bass line of only eight notes, above which the melodic line of the round itself develops. Réjouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks is a very joyful composition bythe Anglo-German baroque composer Handel. The 18th century classical style gives us the refined minuet by Boccherini, the Italian composer who wrote a wealth of chamber music. The 19th century features in three famous works: the lively Marche Militaire No 1 by the Austrian composer Schubert originates from 3 Marches Militaires for four-handed piano. The Can Can from Orphée aux enfers (Orpheus in the Underworld) is the best-known separately performed piece by the operetta composer Offenbach. Following this exciting dance music there is the beautiful, lofty Largo theme from the second movement of Czech composer Dvorák’s From the New World Symphony. In short: Six varying arrangements - challenging and very suitable for performances!
Songlist
  • 1. Canon [Johann Pachelbel]
  • 2. La Rejouissance [George Frideric Handel]
  • 3. Minuet [Luigi Boccherini]
  • 4. Marche Militaire No. 1 [Franz Schubert]
  • 5. Can Can [Jacques Offenbach]
  • 6. Largo [Anton¡n Dvor k]
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