Sunday, May 15, 2016

Thanks for a Very Happy Spring Concert

33rd Annual Suzuki Strings Cedar City Spring Concert, May 12, 2016

Thanks to all of the students, teachers, pianists, and families for making this possible and the hard work and dedication it represents.  Photos from parents and teachers.  Videos thanks to Minnie Gonzalez.

Video links: 
Full Group Opens Concert:
Twinkle Variation A and Theme https://youtu.be/IURDIJWkOKc
Andantino by Suzuki https://youtu.be/ZcB59kDttcQ
Perpetual Motion by Suzuki https://youtu.be/3Gr5H0dysMY

Orchestra Pieces:
Brandenburg Concerto #2 by Bach  https://youtu.be/-tcXCm0SLRw
Entrance of Queen of Sheba from Solomon by Handel https://youtu.be/KWWHa4iTIpw 
Dance of Comedians by Smetana https://youtu.be/EtILYh-XKTs
Star Trek Theme https://youtu.be/5PISUFdFkKA

Viola Pieces:
Courante by Bach https://youtu.be/z-UrGMeG0TM
Nina by Pergelosi https://youtu.be/htzsAovgOa8

Cello Pieces:
The Moon Over Ruined Castle by R. Taki https://youtu.be/dwGyGNLCqNQ
Adagio and Allegro by Marcello https://youtu.be/2gMHjN4YGRU
Neapolitan Dance by Nino Marcello https://youtu.be/LLkWOMF74p0




Violin Pieces:

Vocalise by Rachmaninoff https://youtu.be/HbGjbj_IoLA
Country Dance by Weber  https://youtu.be/scx5o1ASUSY
Laughing Song from Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, Jr. https://youtu.be/hc6GVuqfvqI
(Soprano Soloist: Rimi Fletcher)

Fiddle Pieces:
Kiss Me Waltz arr. Hall https://youtu.be/tQQG_zqaq90
Blackberry Blossom arr. Barrage Fiddle  https://youtu.be/cj2Z7v-59FA
Short Bow Jig by Dean Marshall https://youtu.be/HmlA6w4wMpU






















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