New Mid-Level String Repertoire Books from Excelcia Music Publishing

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Lakeland, Florida (March 12, 2020)– Rounding out its Accessible Solo Repertoire, 18 Festival Solos with Piano, Excelcia Music Publishing is expanding its string offerings with the addition of Viola, Cello and Bass books to compliment its Violin book in this series.  Each Accessible Solo Repertoire book contains 18 newly composed or arranged solos with piano accompaniment written at grades 2 to 2.5. These solos are perfect for use at an adjudicated solo festival or recital.
 
Each book is compatible with SmartMusic and comes with beautifully set solo parts. Piano accompaniment parts and Piano only recordings of each piece are available for download from the Excelcia Music Publishing website. 
 
Written by talented composers and music educators Larry Clark and Tyler Arcari, and edited by string specialist Josh Dampier, these books will add fresh and unique solos to your repertoire that are fun to play and musically stimulating. 
 
Books in the Accessible Solo Repertoire series are available for Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Bb Clarinet, Alto or Baritone Saxophone, Bb Trumpet, Trombone or Euphonium and Percussion.  Accessible Solo Repertoire, 18 Festival Solos with Piano is available for $14.99 from music retailers everywhere and from excelciamusic.com.

Excelcia Music Publishing is based in Lakeland, Florida, and publishes and sells music internationally. Composers, educators, and retailers are invited to contact Excelcia Music Publishing to be a part of creating, learning, and performing music that inspires.

Contact

Anne Sobel
Marketing and Social Media Consultant
(863) 213-3100 ext. 104
anne.sobel@excelciamusic.com

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