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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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A new duet arrangement of Amazing Grace is available as a digital download. There is a version for two violins or treble clef instruments. A second version is in alto clef for violists. The third set is for cello or … Continue reading
Beginning shifting has never been more fun! This canon for string ensemble with optional piano is in the key of C. All the parts get to glissando as the cat meows. Listen to The Cat’s Meow in this video. Get … Continue reading
The Elf’s Dance is a lively canon for strings and optional piano. The violin and viola part double for smaller ensembles. The sheet music is available here. Minimum of two players are required. Listen to the Elf’s Dance in this … Continue reading
For Point Contest learn the Penguin Party. Download your music and use the appropriate clef. Piano A, B, C, D: 5 points for each hand Piano E, F: 10 points as written hands together Violins and Violas: 5 points, 10 … Continue reading
A systematic way to approach learning all 12 keys, A Year of Folk Tunes for Violin, A Year of Folk Tunes for Viola and A Year of Folk Tunes for Cello are now available. Each month has scales, arpeggios and … Continue reading
March of the Elephant is a canon in C. Listen to it here. For Point Contest learn the March of the Elephant. Download your music and use the appropriate clef. Piano A, B, C, D, E, F: 5 points, 10 … Continue reading
Point Contest begins tomorrow! For six weeks, starting January 1st, students compete for trophies. Each student earns musical points during the lesson. Do you need a copy of the rules or a listening chart? Listening Chart Contest Rules
Continuing to feature this year’s seniors, enjoy Katrina playing a duet with her sister, Auld Lang Syne.