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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.
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What happens when Mama’s baby is hungry? Shortnin’ Bread with pepperoni pizza and other tasty treats. A fun duet for a first year string student with a second year piano student. Here is a video of the first performance. One … Continue reading
Cats with a Fiddle is a new sheet music title containing two jigs in first position. The jigs are in D Major and B Minor. Excellent supplementary material for playing across the fingerboard. The music is available as a digital … Continue reading
Bella Notte the dog’s love theme music from Lady and the Tramp gets a new treatment with arrangements for violin and piano, viola and piano and cello and piano. All three arrangements are suitable for a young string player. The … Continue reading
Great Scott! is an introduction into the world of ragtime. Five works have been chosen and simplified for younger learners. Playable with violin, viola, cello, and piano each of the duets works in combination with the others. The violin and … Continue reading
Building on the techniques in Open String Christmas, Open String Christmas,Volume 2 lets a new student play duets and enjoy the holiday season. The first part uses only open strings. The second part has the melody. There are more rhythms … Continue reading
How do you play Spider Games? This video will help.
Video of Shortnin’ Bread Video of Telemann Sonata Presto
The Super Mario Bros Duet now has a video of the complete duet! Thanks so much Jacob! The sheet music is available here.
In September I began writing new Christmas carol arrangements. I made five versions for solo piano in different levels of difficulty. The red set is the easiest. Then following rainbow order, each set added more challenges. For my string students … Continue reading