Thursday, June 28, 2007

As The Earth Dances ... or, Where O Where Could My Old Viola Be?

Dear Pan,

We've noticed that customers who have purchased the full score to Theseus Game: for Large Ensemble with Two Conductors by Harrison Birtwistle or other books in the "Music/Classical" category have also purchased The Fiddler Play-Along Viola Collection by Edward Huws Jones. For this reason, you might like to know that The Fiddler Play-Along Viola Collection is now available. You can order your copy for just $29.95.


"21 pieces from around the world, creatively arranged for viola. The book contains piano accompaniments, as well as a second, easy viola part for beginners. The CD features accompaniment backing tracks, as well as full performances. Contents: Carolan's Air * Red-Haired Boy * Makin Whoopee * The Flower of the Quern * Staten Island * Mrs. McLedod's Reel * A Hero's Farewell * On the Balcony * Little Sadie * Blackberry Blossom * Pastime with Good Company * The Silver Leaves of the Poplar Tree * The Four Corners of My Handkerchief * We Three Kings of Orient Are * Il Est Ne, le Divin Enfant * Russian March * Glwysen * Nyth y Gwew * Dance! Dance! * Quizas, Quizas, Quizas * La Cumparsita."


Today is the last day for free shipping on ordered copies of Harrison Birtwistle's Earth Dances full score -- from 1986, and which has already been separately interpreted and recorded in England, the United States, and Germany.


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