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Music for the Royal Fireworks  

George Frideric Handel   Arranged by Carrie Lane Gruselle
Grade 1.5

Written in two movements, this work features and and from Handel's masterpiece. This arrangement goes further than others at this level by cleverly including the entire section without pushing the students technically. Set comfortably in two sharps with the only low second finger patterns in Violin 1, students can focus on tone, intonation and style.

Although he was born in Germany, George Frideric Handel spent much of his life in England. Music for the Royal Fireworks was written in 1749 for King George II to accompany a fireworks celebration in London. La Rejouissance, or the Rejoicing, should be

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Item No.
Full Set: ST6187 45.00
Score Only: ST6187S 5.00