For Other Chamber Ensembles

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  • Resplendence

    $6.00

    For 3.5 octave handbell choir.

  • Beethoven: Scherzo (from Symphony 9)

    $2.00

    The rousing Scherzo — the second movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony — is now available as a fiddle-esque, virtuosic violin solo! In its entirety, the Scherzo runs 6:30 minutes long, but this arrangement may be portioned off to suit any event for which it’s needed.

  • Debussy & Satie (Arrangements for Violin & Cello)

    $8.00

    Presenting sensitive, quality arrangements of three Impressionistic favorites, for violin and cello duo. This collection includes “Clair de Lune” and “Reverie” by Claude Debussy and “Three Gymnopedies” by Erik Satie. Download includes scores and parts (Note: the score for “Clair de Lune” is also meant to be used for the parts.)

  • Mozart K.171 for Sax Quartet

    $12.00

    Presenting all four movements of W.A. Mozart’s String Quartet in Eb Major, No. 11, K. 171, arranged by Sarah Wallin Huff for Saxophone Quartet.

  • The Oracle (Parts)

    $18.00

    The 2016 work for flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.

    Using 50 tarot cards to create the framework, there is both an element of chance (in that the process of drawing the cards and their placement in the 5 separate tarot spreads, is all random) and an element of “foreordained knowledge” (or pre-compositional structure).

    “The Oracle” has thus emerged as a multi-faceted, deeply layered, story-driven reflection of the human condition.

  • Aradia, La Bella Pellegrina

    $7.00

    For beginning-intermediate clarinet, flute (or violin), with piano. Score and Parts included.

  • Falada

    $12.00

    Work for piano and string trio. Score and Parts included.

  • Morgan’s Joy (Sheet Music)

    $5.00

    A driving, medieval and Celtic style fiddle tune evocative of the long history of the blacksmith and their trade. Specifically, this tune pays tribute to Morgan, one of the first young women to break into smithing at a time when it was considered exclusively a man’s world.

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