Giggling Goblins

Add more advanced friends to the party when the imps return with pizzicatos and trills, leaping from 1st to 3rd position and sliding mischievously down scale segments. May be played with Goblins Galore.

Goblins Galore

Slide those impish fingers across spooky harmonics, spine-chilling glissandos and startling pizzicato punctuation. Versatile and fun, Goblins Galore may be played with Giggling Goblins to combine players of varying skill levels in one ensemble.

Pizz. and Bows and Pizz. and Bows

Choose your own line of music for a different ensemble adventure each time — it’s all up to you. Decide between pizzicato and arco with eighth and quarter notes encouraging multi-part fun and independence. Pizz. and Bows and Pizz. and Bows teaches: choose a line...

A Walk in the Park

Using scalar motion to stroll through syncopation offers plenty of opportunities to practice note names, bow distribution, and steps vs. skips. A Walk in the Park teaches: scalar motion syncopation note names bow distribution steps vs....

Fiddle Me This

Rosin up for circle bows on open strings, alternating pizzicato and arco with string changes and practicing posture. Fiddle Me This teaches: circle bows open strings alternating pizzicato and arco string changes

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