Progressive Trios for Strings

26 Trios That Can Be Played by Any Combination Of String Instruments

Doris Gazda

Arranged by Doris Gazda
Performing Ensemble: String Trio
Instrumentation: Violin
Item Number: BF62
Number of Pages: 48
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


Quick Overview

Chamber music is an essential part of learning to play an instrument, and these versatile trios are written so that they can be performed by any combination of three string instruments. These arrangements and compositions by prominent string pedagogue Doris Gazda will sound full and satisfying whether they are played by only three instruments or a full string orchestra. The selection of music in Progressive Trios for Strings covers a wide variety of musical styles that will provide hours of enjoyment and performance options. For example, the collection includes an arrangement of the “Bridal Chorus” from the opera Lohengrin, a perfect piece to play at a wedding. The trios are progressively organized by level of difficulty as the performers advance in their skills. A welcome addition to the repertoire for all string players wishing to build their ensemble skills.

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Arranger Gazda, Doris


Rigadoon ù Henry Purcell
Black Forest Waltz ù German Folk Song
Thanksgiving Hymn ù George J. Elvey
"Flow Gently, Sweet Afton ù James E. Spilman"
Sweet Betsy from Pike ù American Pioneer Song
The Blue Bells of Scotland ù Scottish Air
"Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill ù American Folk Song"
"O Come, Little Children ù German Carol"
Passepied ù Andre Campra
English Folk Songs ù English Airs: 1. Early One Morning 2.Country Gardens
Pat-A-Pan ù French Carol
Misty's Waltz ù Doris Gazda
Prelude and Minuet ù Henry Purcell
La Raspa ù Mexican Folk Song
"Aria - ""Caro mio ben"" ù Giuseppe Giordani"
Menuetto ù Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Siciliana from ""Nina"" ù Giovanni Battista Pergolesi"
Comet Race ù Doris Gazda
"Grand March from the Opera ""Aida"" ù Giuseppe Verdi"
"Dance of the Blessed Spirits from ""Orfeo and Euridice"" ù Christoff Willibald Gluck"
"Bridal Chorus from the Opera ""Lohengrin"" ù Richard Wagner"
Serenade Badine ù Jean Gabriel-Marie
Tango ù Isaac Albeniz
Scherzo ù Ferdinand David