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Leggierissimo

A Series for children's string orchestra

Zasedba: Catalogue
Serija: Leggierissimo
Jezik: Hungarian, English, German, French
Število strani: 4 strani
Leto izdaje: November 2004
Založba: Editio Musica Budapest
Številka artikla: 80134
ISMN: 9790080801345
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Modelled on the popular Leggiero series, Leggierissimo was lauched by the publisher with the music schools' youngest string players in mind. In the very easy pieces for string orchestra in the new series, a third violin part replaces the viola. All the parts are in first position, so even after just a few years' instrumental study children can experience the pleasure of orchestral playing. The arrangements in the series have been made and selected by András Soós and László Zempléni, two outstanding musicians and teachers. The volumes appear in the practical form of a folder, containing both the score and the individual parts.
Leggierissimo
Modelled on the popular Leggiero series, Leggierissimo was launched by the publisher with the music schools’ youngest string players in mind. In the very easy pieces for string orchestra in the new series, a third violin part replaces the viola. Everything is in the first position, so even after just a few years’ instrumental study children can experience the pleasure of orchestral playing. Most of the volumes published so far were compiled by András Soós and László Zempléni, partly as composers of original works and arrangements, partly as transcribers of works, mainly for piano, by the greatest masters (Händel, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Tchaikovsky). Every volume appears in the form of a folder, containing both the score and the individual parts.
 

Beethoven: Thirteen easy pieces for children's string orchestra (first position)

Grieg: Fourteen easy pieces for children's string orchestra (first position)

Beethoven's piano pieces, that is two bagatelles and various variation series composed to themes by other composers form the basis of this volume. The style, tone and world of harmony of these short…
The latest volume in this popular series contains little character pieces and dances (Heroic ballad, Lullaby, Peasant song, Religious song, The Suitor's song, Solveig's song, Peasant dance, etc.),…

Händel: Fifteen easy pieces for children's string orchestra (first position)

Haydn: Fourteen easy pieces for children's string orchestra (first position)

András Soós, who arranged and edited this volume, has selected from the composer's popular harpsichord suites, concerti grossi, operas and his Water Music movements and arias that are relatively…
This latest volume in the series is devoted mainly to works written by Joseph Haydn in his youth: dances, divertimento and quartet-movements, arranged for three violins and cello. Every part can be…

Mozart: Sixteen Easy Pieces for children's String orchestra (first position)

Papp: Knights' Games for children's string orchestra

The varied contents of this volume enable young orchestral players to become acquainted with compositions written by Mozart in his childhood and youth: the earliest of the pieces, a contredanse…
Lajos Papp, the author of innumerable popular pedagogical works, this time offers the youngest string players technically really easy little orchestral pieces that can nevertheless be successful…

Schubert: Dances for children's string orchestra (first position)

European Children's Songs for children's string orchestra (first position) 1

The material of this volume consists of the dances most popular in Vienna at he beginning of the 19th century: ländler, écossaises and German dances. They were originally piano pieces, but were…
These are easy arrangements for the same string ensemble (3 violin parts and one cello parts) as in other volumes in the series, and feature tunes familiar to and popular with children (German,…

European Children's Songs for children's string orchestra (first position) 2

Soós: Children's games for children's string orchestra

These are easy arrangements for the same string ensemble (3 violin parts and one cello parts) as in other volumes in the series, and feature tunes familiar to and popular with children (German,…
In this new volume by András Soós (1954) every piece refers to a children's game: Hide-and-seek, Tag, Kite-flying, Swinging, Skating, Playing soldiers, etc. These little character pieces not only…

Christmas Music for children's string orchestra

Tchaikovsky: Thirteen easy pieces for children's string orchestra (first position)

The volume is divided into three major parts containing early Christmas songs known all over the world (as e.g. In dulci jubilo), the most popular Hungarian items and Christmas carols from abroad in…
This volume in Leggierissimo series contains character pieces and dances, most of them transcriptions of piano pieces, though they also include excerpts from the ballets Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and…

Baroque Music for children's string orchestra (first position)

Classical Music for children's string orchestra (first position)

Following the Renaissance volume, this time it is Baroque works (more precisely, transcriptions of Baroque vocal and instrumental works) that are presented in the Leggierissimo series, extending the…
The very easy transcriptions for string orchestra in the Leggierissimo series can be played by children even after just a few years of instrumental study. In the pieces the viola has been replaced by…

Zempléni: Early Hungarian Dances

Renaissance Music for children's string orchestra (first position)

Editio Musica Budapest launches a new series for the youngest pupils of string instruments based on the model of the popular 'Leggiero' series. Each part of the pieces included in the volumes of…
The volumes in the Leggierissimo series, each containing works by a different composer, are now followed by albums presenting easily playable music from the various historical periods: renaissance,…