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Yasuda, Martha - Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins - Digital Download

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Yasuda, Martha - Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins - Digital Download | YM064DD
  • Yasuda, Martha - Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins - Digital Download | YM064DD
  • Yasuda, Martha - Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins - Digital Download | YM064DD
  • Yasuda, Martha - Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins - Digital Download | YM064DD

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Enjoy rich, classical style and form brought into the modern day with Martha's Cell Phone Symphony for Four Violins! You will also get American Melodies (also for Four Violins) as an added bonus!

Cell Phone Symphony is Martha's first original piece of music, and has three movements, lasting approximately five minutes in its entirety. The names of the movements are: #1 – Wonderful, Wireless Waves #2 – Electronic Friends 'Til the End #3 – "Texting, Anyone?" Lyrics to all three movements are available upon request.

American Melodies for Four Violins is a charming medley arrangement that contains three well-known American tunes — O, Susannah, She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain and Old MacDonald. The length of this arrangement is approximately four minutes in its entirety.

In both, melodies are upbeat and contemporary-sounding (added 6th's, tone clusters), with styles ranging from lyrical to brilliantly virtuosic. Players must be technically secure as positions are quite high at times, with frequent style and tempo changes abounding. The level of difficulty is for students playing perhaps Suzuki Book 7 or the Bach A Minor Concerto, studying etudes and scales. Great recital showstoppers for advanced students or professionals!

This book is licensed to The Yasuda Music Company LLC by the International Suzuki Association.

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Title: Cell Phone Symphony and American Melodies for Four Violins
Composer: Various
Arranger: Martha Yasuda
Publisher: Yasuda Music Company LLC
Instrumentation: Violin Duet or Trio
Parts Included:Violin parts; Score
Pages: 51 pages, 6 movements
Additional Information:

Item Includes

  • Cell Phone Symphony for Four Violins
    I. Wonderful, Wireless Waves
    II. Electronic Friends 'til the End
    III. "Texting, Anyone?"
  • American Melodies
    I. O, Susannah
    II. She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
    III. Old MacDonald

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About Martha J. Yasuda

Martha Yasuda's arrangements, transcriptions and compositions are a natural extension of her life in music, as an orchestral violinist and Suzuki-trained teacher, with a Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.

Martha began arranging in 2002 and since then has completed close to 80 volumes of arrangements for various string instrument combinations, including 26 books with duets for all pieces from Suzuki Books 1 through 8, licensed by the International Suzuki Association. She was also commissioned by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to write orchestral arrangements for the education concerts, called "Symphony Street: Adventures with the Orchestra."

Her series of duets and double stop solos for violin, viola and cello — featuring popular hymns, folk songs, wedding selections and Christmas tunes — has earned praise from teachers, performers and pedagogues:

"Mrs. Yasuda's idea of relating double stops to duets is very cleverly done and is clearly a demonstration of Dr. Suzuki's idea of making learning enjoyable for the student." ~ Suzuki pioneer, William Starr

Her arrangements are "expertly written and carefully edited for the student, and they delight with originality and flair." ~ William Preucil, Sr., Professor of Music (Emeritus) at The University of Iowa

"The six-volume Yasuda violin and cello duo series includes well-crafted, carefully edited arrangements for all levels of players, from the novice to the advanced." ~ Christopher Rex, Principal Cellist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1979
Martha's recent publications, Timeless Melodies, Volumes I and II, include duets for top favorite pieces from Barbara Barber's six-volume series. Barber writes: "Finally, someone has written violin duet parts for many of the pieces in Solos For Young Violinists! They are well-written and easy to read. Thank you, Martha!"

Martha (Lewis) Yasuda grew up in Lynchburg, VA and studied violin with Suzuki teacher-trainer, Rudy Hazucha. She studied violin with Zvi Zeitlin and Charlie Castleman at the Eastman School, and with William Starr at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN. She has freelanced with many different orchestras, including the Rochester Philharmonic, the Savannah Symphony, and the Greenville Symphony, and she always has maintained a teaching studio. In recent years, her arranging has taken front seat, as she continues to create materials that aim to inspire students, teachers and young audience members.

Mrs. Yasuda lives in Atlanta with her husband, Ken, and is a grandmother of four. She feels fortunate to be able to express herself through arranging music and gives all glory to God for the creativity she has been given.

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