Limerock is an arrangement of one of the most beautiful hoedowns in American fiddling literature. Originally a two part tune, Texas fiddling pioneer Benny Thomasson arranged a version that approximates the one most performed today. Mark O'Connor and Edgar Meyer built upon the Thomasson variations to create a unique and thrilling violin and bass duet that first appeared on O'Connor's Grammy winning recording, \"New Nashville Cats\". O'Connor has adapted the 2nd part to include violin, viola and cello to offer four different versions of the arrangement. \"Limerock\" is a fine example of how a tune O'Connor learned by ear as a youth and evolved into a virtuoso piece in a classical setting.Digital version is available to download immediately after purchase. Simply log in to your Shar account, click \"My Account\" in the top navigation bar, and select \"My Digital Library\". All digital sheet music purchased from Shar will be available in your Digital Library to view/download to your computer or connected devices.
Many of Martha's duets, such as the Handel Sonatas, La Folia and more, were simply impossible for me to find in duet form, before finding Martha's arrangements. She's also arranged duets for popular non-Suzuki pieces such as Meditation from Thais, plus books of Christmas melodies, hymns, American songs, wedding music and a raft of cello-violin duets and transcriptions for viola.
To my knowledge, I am unaware of any other duos available for the Handel Sonatas or the Meditation from \"Thais.\" I also think that, quite possibly, my seven volumes of duos for violin and cello might be the largest collection of well-known classical pieces for these two instruments available today, covering all levels of difficulty, from the novice to the advanced. I am also excited to let you know that I have just been awarded additional licensing from the International Suzuki Association for (1) La Folia for Two Violins, Violin/Viola or Violin/Cello. (2) six additional new books involving the viola and (3) duos for five pieces written by Dr. Suzuki in book 1 (Allegro, Perpetual Motion, Allegretto, Andantino and Etude). This brings my grand total to 19 books licensed by the International Suzuki Association!
Martha: Flip-Flop Melodies, Volumes I and Volume II, includes songs that are popular in beginning method books, including Suzuki books 1 and 2, as well as some tunes like \"Hot Cross Buns,\" and \"This Old Man,\" etc. The melody is showcased by the cello in verse one and in verse two, the instruments \"flip-flop,\" with the violin then taking over the melody. Flip-Flop Melodies was born from my desire to feature both violin and cello getting a chance to play the melody.
May 7, 2014 at 05:56 PM You can contact Martha Yasuda directly through V.com and ask about the e-books -- It looks like most of them are indeed available as e-books: click here to purchase: downloadable PDFs.
May 8, 2014 at 01:50 AM Jay, the first violin parts are found in Suzuki books 1-8. I have written accompaniments to be played along with them. Nancy, just about all of my books are offered as both PDF downloads as well as physical books. 153554b96e