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Finale From Symphony #5
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Finale From Symphony #5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format String Orchestra
Desc From Symphony #5
Composer Beethoven
Arranger Richard Meyer
Publisher Highland/Etling
Series Omea Jh B 2004 Str Explor
Grade 2
Catalog # 20715

Price: $46.00

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Finale From Symphony #5 Composed by Beethoven. Arranged by Richard Meyer. For String Orchestra. Published by Highland/Etling. (Catalog # 20715, UPC: 038081219547)

This grade two arrangement of the finale from Beethoven's fifth symphony featu res the heroic opening theme as well as the lyrical secondary theme. While the key has been changed to G major and the rhythms simplified, the excitement an d energy of the original remain. Every section is given melodic material throu ghout, making this a great selection to help your students learn about balance of melody and accompaniment. All parts are in first position, with a divisi f irst violin part that will offer an extra challenge to some of your more advan ced players. A great festival selection or concert closer. This title is avail able through SmartMusic.

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