Suzuki Pieces for 3 or 4 violins

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Leslie said: Jun 29, 2012
Leslie ThackerayInstitute Director
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Violin
Taylorsville, UT
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I know there are a few books for duets for Suzuki pieces, and a quartet book for Suzuki pieces. But is there anything for 3 or 4 violins for the Suzuki pieces? Or do you know of other music that is relatively easy for 3 or 4 violins (books 2-4 level).

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Paula Bird said: Jun 29, 2012
 
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Violin, Piano, Viola
Wimberley, TX
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Telemann concerto in D major is nice for that level, a little something for everyone 4 violins, repetitious

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Helen Butterworth said: Jun 29, 2012
 Violin
8 posts

Gems for Violin Ensembles (14 pieces) & Gems for Violin Ensembles 2 (6 pieces) are both for a variety of levels, performable with CD or piano.
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Laura said: Jul 1, 2012
Laura Mozena
Suzuki Association Member
Violin
Palm City, FL
105 posts

I use “Festival Arrangements” (even with my advanced students) in group classes and tour group etc. The arrangements are just the Twinkle Variations, but very interesting and fun! You can get the book here Twinkle Variation Festival Arrangements

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Barb said: Jul 3, 2012
Barb Ennis
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Cello
678 posts

Have you looked at Rounds and Canons? I use the cello version a lot with my students and plan to for many years as they range from easy to more difficult. The different instruments can play together as they are all in the same keys, or it can be used for a single instrument, multiple parts.

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