The National Flute Association awarded Ann Cameron Pearce‘s arrangement of Gypsy Rondo as a Finalist in their 2013 Newly Published Music competition! This is the first time ScoreVivo has received this honor. The piece will be performed at the New Orleans Convention. So – come on down and join the fun!
When my musician daughter was planning the music for her wedding, she was quite firm that there would be no “traditional” wedding music and that music from the romantic period was her favorite. She really wanted her recessional to be “Wedding Day at Trolhaugen” because it was her favorite piece. When she was 5, she … Continue reading
I am always eager to begin worship services with exuberance. Our ringers are proud to memorize 6 measures of music and approach the chancel area from different aisles of our sanctuary and our congregation appreciates “surround sound” ringing. Here are three creative opportunities! You’ll find “Joyous Processionals” in our store.
As any parent of musical children knows, it is always a thrill to be in the audience when one’s child is performing on stage. Such was my role in November of 1989 when we attended the 13th annual North Carolina Music Educators Association’s High School Honors Chorus concert. While going through some of the programs … Continue reading
Always pushing the envelope for unique encores, this combination came to mind the Christmas we had a friend playing vibraphone with us on a couple of other pieces. At the end of the program, I announced that we (Raleigh Flute Choir) were eager to play a few more Christmas carols, but that Michael was not … Continue reading