Available Sheet Music
This popular song has been reimagined by Emmy-award-winning composer Kurt Bestor in a style reminiscent of Aaron Copland. It paints a picture that takes a listener on a journey deeper than just the usual song with 3-4 verses.
From Grammy-nominated violinist Jenny Oaks Baker's album "Silver Screen Serenade," this arrangement by Emmy-award-winning composer Kurt Bestor shows off Oaks-Baker's incredible technique and romantic stylings while musically painting a stunningly beautiful picture that is as enjoyable to play as it is to hear.
[for advanced violinists. Includes Jenny Oaks Baker's bowings and fingerings]
A song dedicated to the inspired sketches and designs of Antonio Stradivari the violin maker whose Stradivarius violins are unrivaled in the craftsmanship and sonic quality. The piece has a Baroque "Vivaldi-esque" flavor and was played with an orchestral instrumentation on Bestor's album "Sketches:
A solo violin piece written to pay homage to the great Franz Klammer and his exciting gold medal run in the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck. The composition captures the dangerous slips, slides and exhilarating speed of the Austrian skier.
NOTE: The piece is the exact length of his race.