Grasshopper Chomp For String Orchestra By Anne Svendsen

Grasshopper Chomp For String Orchestra By Anne Svendsen

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Grasshopper Chomp for String Orchestra by Anne Svendsen

Here’s another great teaching piece from Svendsen. The off-the-string (optional) bowing can represent the chomping of the grasshopper. Set in D major It’s an easy tune that offers flexible performance options by dividing out the players into melody players and harmony players. In this manner it could be done in a number of ways, from all low strings to a mixture of everyone.

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For String Orchestra Grade 3.5

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