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Winter Theme from The Four Seasons (Intermediate Piano)
Piano Solo - Intermediate - Digital Download Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741).…
Piano Solo - Intermediate - Digital Download Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Arranged by Francesca Marzolino. Baroque Period, Repertoire, General Instructional. Sheet Music Single. 4 pages. Published by Francesca Marzolino
Winter Concerto Theme No. 3 from The Four Seasons arranged for intermediate piano by Francesca Marzolino.
#Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
#Winter Theme from The Four Seasons
# Francesca Marzolino
Classical Themes for The Four Seasons - 15 String Harp
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Arranged by Kitty M. Y. Leung. Classical Pe…
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Arranged by Kitty M. Y. Leung. Classical Period, Baroque Period, Repertoire, Wedding, Graduation. Score, Solo Part. 14 pages. Published by Kitty M.Y.Leung
This book includes 5 music themes from The Four Seasons composed by Antonio Vivaldi. The pieces are arranged for 15 string harp and the range from middle C.
1. Spring (First Movement Theme)
2. Spring (Third Movement Theme)
3. Autumn (First Movement Theme)
4. Autumn (Third Movement Theme)
5. Winter (Second Movement Theme)
#Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
#Classical Themes for The Four Seasons - 15 String Harp
Jennifer Eklund - Winter from the Four Seasons (Allegro) [early intermediate] - (Theme) - Sheet Music (Digital Download)
Performed by: Jennifer Eklund: Winter from the Four Seasons (Allegro) [early intermediate]…
Performed by: Jennifer Eklund: Winter from the Four Seasons (Allegro) [early intermediate] - (Theme) Digital Sheetmusic plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file, scoring: Instrumental Solo, instruments: Piano; 3 pages -- Baroque~~Classical~~Solo Instrumental
#Winter from the Four Seasons (Allegro) [early intermediate]
A Hymn A Day Volume 4
Voice, Harp - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download Arranged by Hugh Callison. C…
Voice, Harp - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download Arranged by Hugh Callison. Christian, Sacred, General Worship, Christmas, Thanksgiving. 121 pages. Published by Afghan Press Music for the Harp
This valuable collection of hymns, 77 in all, is the fourth in a series of five! Volume four includes songs for Thanksgiving, Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany seasons as well as a few for the ordinary time between Epiphany and Lent. You will find many wonderful titles arranged for harp, from well-known favorites to songs that are lesser known yet equally important. These tunes have the added benefit of being arranged in keys that are accessible to most vocal ranges, which is especially helpful when playing along with congregational singing.
Table of Contents:
Thanks to God for My Redeemer, Now Thank We All Our God, Come, Ye Thankful People, Come, Sing to the Lord of Harvest, We Plow the Fields, Immanuel, to Thee We Sing, Hark! A Thrilling Voice Is Sounding, Away in a Manger, Comfort, Comfort Now My People, Lo! How a Rose E'er Blooming, The People That in Darkness Sat, Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates, Watchman, Tell Us of the Night, Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus, O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, All Praise to Thee, Eternal Lord, Good Christian Men, Rejoice, From Heaven Above to Earth I Come, Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne, Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, In the Bleak Midwinter, Earth Has Many a Noble City, God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen, Once In Royal David's City, The Friendly Beasts, The First Noel, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Angels, from the Realms of Glory, While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks, O Come, All Ye Faithful, Angels We Have Heard On High, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, What Child Is This?, Silent Night, Holy Night, Joy to the World!, Who Is He in Yonder Stall?, All Glory Be to God on High, Go Tell It on the Mountain, For All the Blessings of the Year, For Thy Mercy and Thy Grace, Another Year Is Dawning, May the Mind of Christ, My Savior, Great God, We Sing That Mighty Hand, Lead, Kindly Light, The Lord's My Shepherd, I'll Not Want, As With Gladness, Men of Old, We Three Kings of Orient Are, Like a River Glorious, Jesus, Lead Thou On, It Is Good to Sing Your Praises, Fear Not, O Little Flock, Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah, I Need Thee Every Hour, Lead On, O King Eternal, All the Way, My Savior Leads Me, Begin, My Tongue, Some Heavenly Theme, Lamp of Our Feet, Come, Sound His Praise Abroad, He Leadeth Me, In Heavenly Love Abiding, God Moves in a Mysterious Way, Great God of Wonders, Jesus, I Am Resting, Resting, O God of Bethel, Be Not Dismayed, Abide With Me, If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee, O God, Our Help in Ages Past, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms, Let Us, with a Gladsome Mind, Children of the Heavenly Father, The God of Abraham Praise, Take My Life and Let It Be, It Is Well with My Soul, At Even, Ere the Sun Was Set
#A Hymn A Day Volume 4
#Afghan Press Music for the Harp
Piano - intermediate - Digital Download (White Scenery (Winter)). Composed by Peteris…
Piano - intermediate - Digital Download (White Scenery (Winter)). Composed by Peteris Vasks (1946-). This edition: single sheet. Downloadable. Duration 7 minutes. Schott Music - Digital #Q12485. Published by Schott Music - Digital
Peteris Vasks occupies a special position in the circle of Baltic composers. He is not only the most significant and popular composer ever to come out of Latvia. he always speaks to his listeners with a fervent intensity that seems to point to something higher. This higher aspect is without a doubt something that stands above the world of humanity but is also present within each person: divine nature.
"I am deeply rooted in nature, in the nature of the North. It influences all of my music. The nature we know is also quite various. we have four very distinct seasons. The winter is very long, the summer very short and therefore all the more beautiful and longed for. The seasons in between are quite dramatic."
The first of Peteris Vasks's Seasons pieces was not written with the intention of forming a complete cycle. For his friend, Talivaldis Deksnis, he composed in 1980 Balta ainava - White Landscape (Winter), in 1981 Rudens muzika - Autumn Music, and in 1995 the Pavasara muzika - Spring Music. In 2008, Zala ainava - Green Landscape (Summer) came into being, the piece which completed the cycle.
In 2009, as a kind of "encore", Vasks wrote Vasaras vakara muzika - Music for a Summer Evening based on old sketches. this, of all the pieces, is the one most anchored in tradition. Only the two newest pieces - both of which have to do with summer - have a fixed metrical structure. The three earlier works are metrically free, notated without bar lines, which gives them an improvisatory character.
Vasks says of the individual pieces in the cycle: "In Balta ainava everything is white. A new year begins. It is a quiet meditation, a new beginning, with only two themes.
Pavasara muzika. Quasi una Sonata - the most demanding piece in this cycle - is intense, an impressive development. Spring comes slowly, with much drama. It is like a battle, until it is simply there. This multi-faceted piece, with its bird songs, lives from conflicts and dramatic intensification and ends in ecstatic rapture. Zala ainava is based on two themes. Our summer is very brief and offers a respite after the battles. And it is so beautiful! The music reflects joy and contentment. The first theme brings a kind of pure energy. the second is more devoted to tone painting. At the end, a five-note quotation from a well-known Latvian folksong about a drunkard is heard.
Rudens muzika begins pianissimo on a quiet September day, in a peaceful, sunny atmosphere. Now the autumn storms sweep over the land. a gentle sadness settles on the people and on nature, which surrenders its splendor. After a last great storm, the snow comes again as a symbol of purified conclusion and a new beginning. Vasaras vakara muzika takes place at the quiet end of a summer day. The sun sets. Slowness. Memories of previous experiences surface. With the memories' appearance comes an increase in intensity. Towards the end, a kind of folksong is heard: 'We have survived the time of tyranny and retained our identity'. The ending is quiet, everything is asleep."
Translation: John Patrick Thomas and W. Richard Rieves
#Peteris Vasks (1946-)
# Schott Music - Digital
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