Victor Sainz studied music composition with Paul Creston and Alexander Tcherepnin and received a degree in music composition from New York University's The New York College of Music. He developed a style of music composition and arranging to motivate beginning instrumental music students while teaching Elementary Instrumental Music in the public schools. The command of the constraints required to write for beginning music students was honed while studying with Dr. William T. Pollak.
Take a look and listen to the scores in the Educational score folders below to see if they apply to your teaching situation. Also, refer to the "Teaching Notes" on the score for suggestions on the use of the piece.
- For very easy beginner band music to motivate the Beginning Band student to practice and to keep interest high in the School Music Program, view the scores in the Educational - Easy Beginning Band Series folder: Easy Motivational Beginning Band Music folder.
- If you are looking for very easy beginner band music for Christmas | New Years or a Holiday Concert, view the scores in the Educational - Easy Beginning Band Series folder: Easy Beginning Band Music - Christmas (playable after 8 to 10 weeks of school group lessons) folder.
- If you are looking for easy wind and/or string ensemble music, check out the scores in the Educational - Easy Beginning to Intermediate Ensembles folder.
- If you are looking for easy music for School Jazz Combo, view the score in the Educational - Introduction to Jazz Improvisation folder.
Duplication: Please note that the original purchaser of one copy of the score and parts for a specific piece in the Educational groups is granted permission to make additional copies of the parts of the purchased piece for use by the original purchaser's band or ensemble. (See the Score of each piece for specific duplication information.)
"I hope your students will enjoy playing the pieces and be as motivated to make music as mine."