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Playing With The Orchestra: Classics (Violin)

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Our Price: £14.99    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Violin (VLN)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Catalogue #: CF11379
ISBN: 9780825849107


Have you ever wanted to play in a full orchestra? Surrounded by top class musicians and the awesome sound of all the instruments together? With the Carl Fischer Playing With the Orchestra Series you can, and in style!

This unique series presents the kind of pieces that String players want to play, with a fabulous Play-along CD of a real orchestra, popular pieces which will become a valuable part of your repertoire. Best of all you are always playing the melody! This will add hours of fun to playing your instrument alone and is a great way to show off to family and friends!

This is a versatile series it is possible to use these arrangements in a variety of situations, such as solo performance and practice, concerts or simply for fun. The series also caters for Viola and Cello or Bass and are all compatible so can be played together with friends as an ensemble.

This Classics collection contains ten of the most popular classical themes of all time by the great composers, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Mozart and others. It is your chance to play the melody whilst being accompanied by an orchestra, for some of the most famous tunes that have become an important part of our musical culture.