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Leo Delibes: Flower Duet From Lakmé For Two Flutes And Piano~ Score and Parts (Piano Accompaniment, Flute)

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A piece made famous through British Airways TV advertising. For studios, schools and professionals.

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George Gershwin: I Got Rhythm (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


George Gershwin's I Got Rhythm arranged for String Quartet by Carlo Martelli. Parts.

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Christmas Medley One (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


A collection of well known Christmas carols from the talented pen of Carlo Martelli. Suitable for concerts, encores, or just sheer enjoyment. Away in A Manger, The First Nowell, The Holly and the Ivy, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Past Three O'Clock, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, O Come All Ye Faithful and Jerusalem.

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Edward Elgar: Salut D'Amour (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


The wistful 'Salut d' Amour' nostalgically evokes the (appropriately) Edwardian golden age, and will be ever-popular because it is so beautifully written.

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Edward Elgar: Nimrod (Enigma Variations) - String Quartet Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


Edward Elgar's Nimrod (Enigma Variations) arranged for String Quartet by Carlo Martelli. Parts.

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Christmas Medley One (String Quartet) - Score~ Score (String Quartet)


A collection of well known Christmas carols from the talented pen of Carlo Martelli. Suitable for concerts, encores, or just sheer enjoyment. Away in A Manger, The First Nowell, The Holly and the Ivy, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Past Three O'Clock, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, O Come All Ye Faithful and Jerusalem.

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Christmas Medley Two (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


Another collection of well known Christmas carols from Carlo Martelli. Also suitable for concerts, encores, or just sheer enjoyment. Jingle Bells, Ding Dong Merrily On High, Good King Wenceslas, I Saw Three Ships & Hark The Herald Angels Sing.

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Antonio Vivaldi: Spring (The Four Seasons) - String Quartet Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


'The Four Seasons' is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music.

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Edward Elgar: Chanson De Matin (String Quartet Parts)~ Parts (String Quartet)


This piece forms part of a group of Edward Elgar's much-loved salon pieces, that are as fresh and exquisite as when first conceived over a century ago.

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Claude Debussy: Clair De Lune (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


This beautiful arrangement of one of Debussy’s best loved pieces has been recorded by the Pavão String Quartet on a CD entitled ‘Dreaming’ issued by Discrete Recordings Ltd, disc 0801.

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G.F. Handel: Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


A slightly eccentric and unidiomatic arrangement of this popular piece, the distribution of the parts being somewhat unusual.

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Arthur Sullivan: Pirates Of Penzance Selection (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)
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Sullivan’s operettas are so full of well beloved tunes that the main task for the arranger, of medleys derived from any particular one, is to choose which numbers to omit and which to include.

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Jules Massenet: Meditation (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


This popular piece, from Massenet's opera ‘Thaïs’, accompanies the seduction of a priest by a prostitute.

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Gustav Holst: Jupiter From The Planets (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


Full set of Parts to Jupiter Holst's The Planets suite. Arranged for this String Quartet version by Carlo Martelli.

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Arthur Sullivan: Mikado Selection (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)
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Arguable one of the half dozen or so most popular light operas in the world, ‘The Mikado’ contains so many gems that the arranger of this potpourri has had to omit several of them.

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Camille Saint-Saens: The Swan (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


‘The Carnival of the Animals’, the work from which this most perfect and evocative of melodies comes, was strangely not permitted to be published or performed in the composer’s lifetime. Saint-Saëns considered it a mere piece of persiflage and unworthy of him.

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Gordon Carr: A Day In The Country~ Instrumental Work (Piano Accompaniment, French Horn)

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A Day In The Country for Horn and Piano by Gordon Carr. This evocative pastoral set includes The Happy Fox, Idyll and To Home!.

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Bill Thorp: Irish Sherry (Parts)~ Parts (String Quartet)


Score available: BRO10113S.

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Adolphe Adam: O Holy Night (Flute/Piano)~ Instrumental Work (Piano Accompaniment, Flute)

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Following a bell-like introduction, the O Holy Night melody is heard in different colours, first on the flutes mid register, then in the piano bass, back to the flute and its higher register and then in a more chordal manner from the piano's treble.

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George Gershwin: They Can't Take That Away From Me (String Quartet) - Parts~ Parts (String Quartet)


This bittersweet song was famously sung by Fred Astaire in the 1937 film 'Shall We Dance?'


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