Miriam Troxler resides in Beaver, Pa, where she runs a private music studio. After graduation from Chatham University, she toured in Europe with the Continental Singers Orchestra as principal cellist. A long time member of Greenville Symphony Orchestra, she is also the founder and musical director of CelloBrationS. Miriam enjoys composing and arranging with several published pieces to date.
Category Archives: string trio
A cello trio arrangement of Lost Boy is available here. There is melodic material in all the parts. The first part requires tenor clef.
Andante Cantabile from Tchaikovsky’s String Quartet has been arranged for piano trio. It is available as a digital download here.
Enjoy some video of the Elementary Chamber Music Pink Tango Boogie All Things Bright and Beautiful
Get the new trio arrangement of Moon River. Violin, cello and piano all have melody in turn. The cello part can be played by an advanced bass player.
The Winter Recitals will be Friday, December 21 at 7:00 and Saturday, December 22 at 2:00 at the Vanport Presbyterian Church. Can’t wait? Enjoy a video of Aubrey, Bella and Grace practicing Good King Wenceslas.
We Know That Christ Is Raised has been arranged for string trio, piano and female voice. Bring some special music to your service. The string parts can be played with two violins and cello or violin, viola and cello. It is … Continue reading
Not Quite the Dark Ages Class learned lots of Mozart in six weeks. New arrangements of Ave Verum Corpus and Canon 230 were part of the class. Learning the Eine Kleine Nachtmusik string quartet Allegro and Menuetto movements was a big … Continue reading
Tonight CelloBrationS and friends played at Friendship Ridge. We saw Mr and Mrs Claus visiting with the residents. This year’s most requested pieces were Silent Night, Greensleeves, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. I can’t take pictures while I’m … Continue reading
CelloBrationS was welcomed back to Cambridge Village on February 7th for an evening of chamber music. The group played trios by Chopin and Beethoven. The program included Vanhal’s Notturno, a quartet for flute, viola, and cello. The audience was also … Continue reading