Teaching the World to Play
This lyrical work is a musical portrait of a person experiencing for the first time the awe and grandeur of an ancient European cathedral.
The melody is first presented by viola and cello. Violins and basses should strive to remain soft behind the melody until measure 22. At this point, violins command the melodic line. Through the entire first half, emphasize proper phrasing and bowing t
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