Alfred's Instrumental Play-Along: Top Hits From TV, Movies & Musicals - Violin (Book/CD)

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Play 50 top hits from movies and musical theater on the Violin. This collection features pieces from Glee, The Lord Of The Rings, Porgy & Bess, Frozen, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Toy Story and more.

This book is part of Alfred's Top Hits From TV, Movies & Musicals series for solo instruments. All String arrangements are completely compatible with each other and can be successfully performed as ensembles or solos by students who have completed the first book of any standard band method. Each book features a carefully edited part complete with articulations, dynamic markings and keys well-suited to the level 2-3 player. A fully orchestrated MP3 CD is also provided. The CD includes a demo track of each song, which features a live instrumental performance, followed by a play-along track.

In addition, PDF documents are included with specially designed Piano accompaniments that can be easily played by a teacher or intermediate Piano student.

**Please note: The CD included in this set can only be used with an MP3 compatible player**.

Due to level considerations regarding keys and instrument ranges, the arrangements in this series for String instruments are not compatible with those for Wind instruments.

ISBN: 9781470633004
Skill Level: Medium Explain this
Udgivet på: 14 maj 2016
Sideantal: 73
Sprog: Engelsk
Katalognummer: ALF45186

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        Leicester GB Violin Vince
        Good value for money
        Had to buy a cd. Player because my other 3 would not play MP3s. Also my Roberts player does not showthe Nos. of the tracks with a MP3 disc, it's okay on other CDs.
        Bekræftet køb: 27 februar 2017
        Udgivet den: 13 marts 2017