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G, A, D, C – 3 octaves for violin
Ab, Bb, Eb, E, F – 2 octaves for violin
C, D, F, G – 3 octaves for viola/cello
Eb, E, Ab, A, Bb – 2 octaves for viola/cello
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Review of MPA music
Ariosti/Clark -Vespasian Overture
Attilio Malachia Ariosti (or Frate Ottavio) (5 November 1666 – 1729) was a Servite Friar and Italian composer in the Baroque style, born in Bologna. He produced more than 30 operas and oratorios, numerous cantatas and instrumental works, including Il Vespasiano, from which this overture was taken. In this medium-level arrangement for strings and piano by Philip Clark, emphasis is placed on bowing to facilitate greater precision and a crisper sound.
Tchaikovsky/Meyer – Serenade for Strings
Soon Hee Newbold – Perseus
Arioso A: All for Strings Theory Book 2, pp. 16-17
Arioso B: Theory Time MS HS 2A, Lessons 7-8
Arioso D: Theory Time MS HS 3A, Lesson 11
Arioso E: Theory Time MS HS 3B, Lesson 11
Arioso H: Theory Time MS HS 5A, Lessons 10-11
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