The Hobbit. Three Arrangements for youth choir (SATB) by Enjott Schneider

Description

Three film music arrangements from the "Hobbit" for SATB with optional piano or string accompaniment:


"Blunt The Knives"
"Misty Mountains"
"I See Fire"


 In the movies of the Hobbit trilogy, the film music, which won a number of awards, plays an important role. The three songs from "The Hobbit" are now available in an arrangement for mixed choir (SATB) or youth/women's choir (SSA) with piano accompaniment. Strings may be included, either alternatively or additionally. Enjott Schneider, an award-winning composer and arranger of film music, was responsible for the choral arrangements.

Carus has extended its range of music for singing in schools: the new series Chorissimo! MOVIE contains up-to-date choral arrangements of well-known film scores suitable for use in school choirs. In collaboration with the "Landesakademie für die musizierende Jugend" in Baden-Württemberg, Ochsenhausen.

Acheter

conducteur

12.433/00
20 Pages, DIN A4, livre de poche
EUR15,95 / Ex.
disponible

réduction pour piano

12.433/03
20 Pages, DIN A4, livre de poche
EUR11,80 / Ex.
disponible

partition de chœur

12.433/05
12 Pages, DIN A4, sans couverture
EUR4,95 / Ex.
disponible
Disponible à partir de 20 Exemplar
A partir 20 Exemplar 4,95 EUR
A partir 40 Exemplar 4,46 EUR
A partir 60 Exemplar 3,96 EUR

jeu de parties séparées, matériel d'orchestre complet

12.433/19
DIN A4, sans couverture
EUR52,50 / Ex.
disponible
  • Contient
    3 x partie isolée, violon 1 (12.433/11)
    par: 6,00 €
    3 x partie isolée, violon 2 (12.433/12)
    par: 6,00 €
    2 x partie isolée, alto (12.433/13)
    par: 6,00 €
    3 x partie isolée, violoncelle (12.433/14)
    par: 6,00 €

Informations produit

Contenu

3 Œuvre Afficher

editeur

Stefan Schuck Plus d'information sur la personne

Critiques

Sehr professionell und praxisgerecht gesetzt und originell in der musikalischen und textlichen Umsetzung werden diese Partituren allen Chören viel Spaß beim Einstudieren machen.
Gustav Danzinger, CHOR aktuell, September 2015