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Romantic Trios for Strings

This collection consists of 29 arrangements of works composed in the romantic period (1815 -1910). The handy Program Notes at the end of this collection should provide you with interesting tidbits about all the composers and their works.


This assemblage of tunes is a part of a series of Trios for Strings collections organized according to the periods of musical development from the 15th thru the 19th centuries... Renaissance Trios for Strings (15th and 16th centuries), Baroque Trios for Strings (1600 - 1750), Classical Trios for Strings (1750 - 1820), and Romantic Trios for Strings (1820 - 1910).


Build a trio by selecting an A part, a B part, and a C part
in the clef that each musician prefers...

Violin (treble clef), Viola (viola clef), or Cello (bass clef)


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Tunes in this Collection...
Abreu, “Brazilian Fiddler (Tico, Tico)”
Albeniz, “Tango”
Bizet, “Farandole”
Borodin, “Serenade”
Brahms, “Hungarian Dance No. 5”
Chaminade, “Danse Ancienne”
Chopin, “Mazurka in Bb Major”
Debussy, “Golliwogg’s Cake Walk”
Delibes, “Flower Duet from Lakme”
Drigo, “Valse”
Dvorak, “Humoresque”
Gabriel-Marie, “La Cinquantaine”
Granados, “Vals Muy Lento”
Grieg, “Morgenstimmung”
Holst, “I Love My Love”
Liszt, “Galop De Bal”
Lyadov, “Dance of the Mosquito”
Mussorgsky, “Hopak”
Offenbach, “Couplets Des Hommes d’Armes”
Ravel, “Menuet”
Rimsky-Korsakov, “Alborada, from Capriccio Espagnol”
Rosas, “Flores De Mexico”
Saint-Saens, “The Elephant from Carnival of the Animals”
Schumann, “Scherzo”
Sousa, “The Liberty Bell”
Strauss, “Ostrich Feather Galop”
Tchaikovsky, “Trepak, from Nutcracker Suite”
Viardot, “Madrid”
Yradier, “El Arreglito”;

Reviews...

“Deborah Greenblatt adds 29 arrangements of romantic pieces to her already prolific collection that features all styles and genres. Well-loved tunes by Brahms, Grieg and Tchaikowsky are side by side with new discoveries by Chaminade, Lyadov and Viardot.

Other favourites that work especially well in Deborah’s arrangements are Tango by Albeniz, Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5, Chopin’s Mazurka in B flat, and Mussorgsky’s Hopak.

Her insightful and witty program notes throw light on each composer.

With nine individual part-books to choose from, you can mix and match depending on available players, creating any combination of trios, quartets or more. The large clear print is a joy to read and there is no superfluous editing.

View the list of around 40 publications for chamber groups, including Wedding Trios, all of which can be expanded to larger groups to suit any occasion. Irish, Jewish, Swedish, Hungarian, Ragtime, Renaissance--whatever your bent, you are sure to find it in Deborah’s amazing collection.”
- Mary Nemet, National Reviews Editor,
Stringendo, October 2015,
Journal of the Australian Strings Association,
used by permission of AUSTA National Journal Editor

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