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|Mixed String Trio – new listing|
|Appalachian Tidbits - Mountain Songs arr. Hall|
|Difficulty: ME||OMEA Class: C||Publ. Code: 50702005|
| This Trio can be effectively performed by a variety of instrumentations. Parts are included for violins, viola and cello. Songs from Appalachia are an important part of our musical heritage: Old Joe Clark, Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier and L’il Liza Jane. The key signature may look like A major, but when the flatted seventh is used it has a modal sound. The first and last songs are fiddle tunes; for contrast, a sad lyrical tune is sandwiched in between. Players and audiences will enjoy this trip to rural America.
|Violin, Viola, Cello Trios|
|Bach Suite - Bach/Hall Score sample|
|Difficulty: ME||OMEA Class: C||Publ. Code: 00447|
| Three contrasting pieces are included in this suite of short pieces by Bach. Minuet, Gavotte and March. Keys are G major, G minor and D major and parts can all be played in first position. It is very tastefully scored for violin, viola and cello, but can also be performed by 2 violins and cello.
|Early American Suite - American Folk Tunes/Hall Score sample|
|Difficulty: ME||OMEA Class: C||Publ. Code: 00435|
| This trio offers a lesson in American history and lots of fun in the process. Two hymn tunes are sandwiched in between four different fiddle tunes. The six song medley can be performed as two separate pieces of three songs each. It was originally written for 2 violins and cello, but also can be played with this same arrangement by violin, viola and cello. It is also available as a string quartet (00479), as a quintet (00436) and as a piece for full string orchestra (00478). Players and audiences will thoroughly enjoy this piece.
“OMEA Class” refers to the assigned difficulty rating on the Ohio Music Educators Association Required List.|
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Many of Percy Hall’s compositions and arrangements were originally published by Great Works Publishing or LudwigMasters Publications, whose catalogs were then purchased by Keiser Southern Music in 2020. While many of these publications are currently out of print, most are listed in the Alfred Music online catalog. |
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