"Goin’ Home" ("New World" Symphony, Mvt. II) EASIER KEY-D, arranged for string orchestra

Composer
Antonin Dvorak
Arranger
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I have long had a string quartet version of the second movement of Dvorak’s New World Symphony, both in its original key of D-flat, and an easier version in D. Recently a conductor who was going to work with an honor orchestra in Virginia asked about doing the work with them. To my original string quartet parts, I added the bass (which is much like Dvorak’s original). I also added directions to go to four players per part at m. 101; to go to two players to a part at m. 105; and to go to a solo trio of one each of violin I, viola, and cello at m. 110; and to return to tutti at m. 112.

If you enjoy this arrangement, check out my more than 200 arrangements (mainly for string quartet) at: http://stores.sibeliusmusic.com/jacklichmusic


Score ID
57606
Composer
Antonin Dvorak
Year of composition
1893
Arranger
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
10 minutes
Instrumentation
String orchestra
Genre
Classical music
Instrumental parts
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