MyMusicScores.com

MyMusicScores.com

Welcome to mymusicscores.com, the home of digital string music. Here you can access several hundred string music scores starting at the very low cost of £9.99 for a six months subscription. This site aims to help you spend less time arranging and looking for string music and more time teaching and making music happen.

New scores are added every month and you can even request a score if it's not available. Have a browse through the catalogue and see what scores we have... If you have any questions please do get in touch.

Below you will find our latest additions.

Kuchler Concertino in G Major for Violin and String Orchestra

Nearly all of Kuchler's compositions were for the benefit of the young violinist.  It takes a special person to spend their creative life thinking about preparing the next generation of artists - I think Kuchler was such a man!  Here is an arrangement of his Concertino Op. 11 for Violin and String Orchestra.  

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Purcell Pavane and Chaconne for String Orchestra

I've always been a fan of Mr. Purcell.  I love the fact that you just don't know what he is going to do next!  

Here are two pieces in G minor for three violins and bass arranged for String Orchestra or String Quartet. The Pavane is Z.752 while the Chaccone is Z. 730.

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Tartini Sinfonia for String Orchestra

Tartini Sinfonia for String Orchestra

Almost all of Tartini's works are violin concerti (at least 135) and violin sonatas. However there are a few other works as well.  Tartini's music is problematic to scholars and editors because Tartini never dated his manuscripts, and he also revised works that had been published or even finished years before, making it difficult to determine when a work was written, when it was revised and what the extent of those revisions were.

Here is a three movement Sinfonia by Tartini.  It is in three movements Allegro - Andantino - Allegro   

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Wood "Can't Wait" for String Orchestra

Wood "Can't Wait" for String Orchestra

This piece was composed as a small, short, fun encore piece.  It has a driving rhythm all the way through it by the cellos and basses.  The tune is divided up between all of the violins and violas and it does require some third position work.  We had great fun putting this piece together and I hope you will too...

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Below is an MP3 file from sibelius.  Not the best sound in the world but it gives you an idea!

Artist Name - Wood-Cant-Wait.mp3

 

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Dvorak Cavatina Op.75 for String Orchestra

Here is the first movement of Dvorak's 4 Romantic Pieces arranged for String Orchestra.  Originally this pieces was composed in 1887 for 2 violins and viola though, it wasn't published until 1945 under the title "4 Bagatelles".  The first movement entitled "Cavatina" shows Dvorak in a lyrical song writing mood.

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Wieniawski Gigue Op.23 for Violin and String Orchestra

Henryk Wieniawski was considered a violinist of great ability and wrote some very important works in the violin repertoire, including two technically demanding violin concertos. His L'École moderne: 10 Études-caprices is a very well known work for aspiring violinists. His Scherzo-Tarantelle, Op.16 and Légende, Op.17 are also frequently performed works. He also wrote two popular mazurkas for solo violin and piano accompaniment (the second one, Obertas, in G major), using techniques such as left-hand pizzicato, harmonics, large leaps, and many double stops.

The Gigue in E minor Op. 23 is the first of a set of three pieces - the other two being Chanson polonaise sans paroles and Rêverie-nocturne.  These three pieces where published in 1880 after Wieniawski died.

Here is a version of the Gigue for Violin and String Orchestra.

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Beethoven Turkish March for String Orchestra

The Turkish March (Marcia alla turca) from The Ruins of Athens was first used in Beethoven's "6 Variations on an Original Theme", Op. 76, of 1809.    Beethoven used this theme in 1812 as part of the incidental music to a play by August von Kotzebue which premiered in Pest.  This march sparkles with energy and would be a great addition to any concert program, with or without the percussion parts!

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