Jazz Pizzicato for String Orchestra

Jazz Pizzicato for String Orchestra

By Leroy Anderson Item: 36-A908490
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Leroy Anderson's (1908-1975) Jazz Pizzicato, written in 1938, was the first of his works to be performed by the Boston Pops after he came to the attention of the pops orchestra's director, Arthur Fiedler. It was an immediate hit, and Fiedler encouraged him to write more original compositions for the orchestra, starting a succession of works that have since become well known. Instrumentation: String orchestra (8-8-5-5-5 in set). Versions for full orchestra, string orchestra, and band are available.

Additional Information

Series: Edwin F. Kalmus - Anderson Classics
Composed by: Leroy Anderson
Ensemble: String Orchestra
Format: Conductor Score & Parts
Instrumentation: String Orchestra, Ensemble Works
Item Number: 36-A908490
UPC: 676737523039

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