Orchestrando – volume 2
Transcriptions for educational orchestra by Fauré and Mendelssohn
Score and parts + PDF and MP3
Technical indications in Italian and English
price € 26,00
size cm 23,5×31, staple
Didactic Collection series
- Two famous songs, orchestrated specifically for the most recurring instrumental ensemble in high school.
- Scores for ready-to-use educational orchestra, designed to be performed by any staff that may be in front of the teacher from year to year and from institute to institute. There are parts for alternative instruments.
- Downloadable from the site parts for alternative tools and mp3 for home study.
Orchestrando‘s series is entirely dedicated to the orchestras of the music courses: Music High Schools, Middle Schools to Musical Address, Civic Schools.
The repertoire includes both famous orchestral pages chosen and carefully reworked for educational needs, both original pieces composed specifically by the author for this staff.
Each score includes instrumental parts of different levels of difficulty and competence, so as to allow students of different levels of preparation to play together.
The choice of instrumentation is based on a careful analysis of the most common staff in the educational contexts.
Each volume of the series allows you to replace some instruments with others less frequently used in schools and music courses or, on the opposite, to match the latter to those provided in the score. In addition, it provides accompanying audio bases useful for students’ home exercises.
Free download for those who purchased the score.
By entering the password shown on page 4 of the score, the files will appear for free download.
Teachers of Ensemble Music in Music High Schools and music courses.
Students of music (14-17 years of age).
Mario Valsania, graduated in Flute at the Conservatory of Brescia and in Composition at the Conservatory of Alessandria, is a teacher at the Liceo Musicale of Alba (CN) and has taught for several years Musical Education and Flute in the secondary schools of first degree in Turin. As a composer he wrote chamber music, flute, theatre and dance. He published with De Haske and Musica Practica.