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A Christmas Medley (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

“A Christmas Medley” contains engaging treatments of three well-know carols: “Here We Come A-Wassailing”, “The Huron Carol” and “I Saw Three Ships”. Special effects (harmonics, percussion and snare drum effect) help keep students engaged and interest and colour. Merry Christmas!

$6.00   $7.50 Sale

A Christmas Primer (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

These 15 carols have been arranged for beginning guitar quartet. Repetition and variation can be achieved by playing the melody in unison, improvising verses with percussion, etc. Merry Christmas!

Carols included: Coventry Carol, Deck the Hall, The First Noel, God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen, Good King Wenceslas, Here We Come A-Caroling, The Holly and the Ivy, I Saw Three Ships, Jingle Bells, Jolly Old St. Nicholas, Joy to the World, O Come, All Ye Faithful, O Come, O Come Emmanuel, Silent Night, What Child is This?

$19.60   $24.50 Sale

A Little Schumann, Please... (Guitar Quartet)

Schumann, Robert

These three pieces are from Schumann's "Album for the Young" (piano), and offer beginning ensembles an opportunity to play some very charming Romantic era music. The titles translate roughly as "Wild Rider", "Soldier's March" and "The Happy Farmer Returning from the Fields". 'Munter' means 'cheerful', 'straff' means 'firm' and 'frisch' means 'fresh'.

$7.50  

Across the Desert (Guitar Quartet with Violin)

Ulrich, Gunar

"Across the desert" has a middle eastern flavour. It starts off gradually then builds in intensity and excitement, like a caravan journey through the desert and the subsequent arrival at an oasis. The camels are racing at this stage!

$11.50  

Air from Suite No. 3 (Guitar Quartet)

Bach, Johann Sebastian

The original piece is part of Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068, written for his patron Prince Leopold sometime between the years 1717 and 1723. The air is usually played slowly and freely, and features an intertwining harmony and melody. The title comes from violinist August Wilhelmj's late 19th century arrangement of the piece for violin and piano. By transposing the key of the piece from its original D major to C major, Wilhelmj was able to play the piece on only one string of his violin, the G string.

$5.95  

All Aboard (Guitar Quartet)

Love, Kevin

Take your quartet for a ride on the "Bluegrass Express"...

$11.50  

All Through the Night (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

A dreamy arrangement of this traditional Welsh Lullaby.

$5.95  

Allegretto Op. 27, No. 2 (Guitar Quartet)

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Allegretto - movement II from the Moonlight sonata (Op. 27, No. 2, 1801) for piano solo. The original key is Db major.

$5.95  

An der Wiege (Guitar Quartet)
By the Cradle

Grieg, Edvard

Originally for piano (from"Lyric Pieces", Op. 68), this tender lullaby is rendered here for four guitars. Night-night.

$5.95  

Andante, Op. 18 No. 1 (Guitar Quartet)
Theme and Variations

Brahms, Johannes

From string sextet in Bb, Op 18 No. 1. Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) was a German composer and pianist, and one of the leading musicians of the romantic period.

$11.95  

Anya's Lullaby (Guitar Quartet)

Krantz, Klas

A very sweet piece for a sweet little lady.

$0.00  

Badinerie, BWV 1067 (Guitar Quartet)

Bach, Johann Sebastian

$5.95  

Ballet (Guitar Quartet)

Praetorius, Michael

One of more than 300 dances in Praetorius' collection "Terpsichore". More to come!

$3.95  

Berceuse (Guitar Quartet)

Fauré, Gabriel

This is one of my favourite pieces by Fauré. It has such an engaging lilt that you could say it 'rocks' - the cradle, that is!

$7.50  

Bourree 1 and 2, BWV 1066 (Guitar Quartet)

Bach, Johann Sebastian

The bourree is a dance of French origin common in Auvergne and Biscay in Spain in the 17th century. It is danced in quick double time, somewhat resembling the gavotte. The main difference between the two is the anacrusis, or upbeat; a bourree starts on the last beat of a bar, creating a quarter-bar anacrusis, whereas a gavotte has a half-bar anacrusis. It often has a dactylic rhythm. In his Der Vollkommene Capellmeister (Hamburg, 1739), Johann Mattheson wrote of the bourree, "Its distinguishing feature resides in contentment and a pleasant demeanor, at the same time it is somewhat carefree and relaxed, a little indolent and easygoing, though not disagreeable".

$5.95  

Bourree, BWV 1067 (Guitar Quartet)

Bach, Johann Sebastian

$5.95  

Bransle de la Torche (Guitar Quartet)

Praetorius, Michael

From Michael Praetorius' "Terpsichore", a collection of over 300 dances. A fair sprinkling of dynamnics and colour changes will help make this piece sparkle!

$0.00  

Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (Guitar Quartet)
Here Comes the Bride!

Wagner, Richard

The "Bridal Chorus" from the opera Lohengrin (1848), by German composer Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883), is the standard march played for the bride's entrance at most formal weddings in the United States and at many weddings throughout the Western world. In English-speaking countries it is generally known as "Here Comes the Bride" or "Wedding March". Its usual placement at the beginning of a wedding ceremony is not entirely in accordance with its placement in the opera. In the opera, the chorus is sung after the ceremony by the women of the wedding party, as they accompany the heroine Elsa to the bridal chamber. In addition, the marriage between Elsa and Lohengrin is an almost immediate failure.

$5.95  

Bridal March from Delsbo (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

This is a traditional Swedish bridal march (wedding march) from Delsbo, possibly composed by parish clerk and organist P. Soderblom around 1840. It's still a very popular march at weddings in Sweden. This arrangement is in a very traditional style for guitar quartet.

$5.95  

Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

$6.00   $7.50 Sale

Canço del Lladre (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

  • This traditional Catalan song was arranged for solo guitar by the legendary Spanish guitarist Miguel Llobet. It appears here transcribed for four guitars.

$5.95  

Canon in D (Guitar Quartet)

Pachelbel, Johann

This perennial favourite works well for 4 guitars and is a sure crowd pleaser. Enjoy!

$11.50  

Concerto in D - i - Allegro giusto (Guitar Quartet)

Vivaldi, Antonio

This well known concerto was originally for lute, two violins and continuo. In this arrangement, the soloing is shared between Guitars 1 and 2, while Guitars 3 and 4 provide the continuo. Enjoy!

$7.50  

Concerto in D - ii - Largo (Guitar Quartet)

Vivaldi, Antonio

This well known concerto was originally for lute, two violins and continuo. In this arrangement, the soloing is shared between Guitars 1 and 2, while Guitars 3 and 4 provide the continuo. Enjoy!

$5.95  

Concerto in D - iii - Allegro (Guitar Quartet)

Vivaldi, Antonio

This well known concerto was originally for lute, two violins and continuo. In this arrangement, the soloing is shared between Guitars 1 and 2, while Guitars 3 and 4 provide the continuo. Enjoy!

$5.95  





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