As an alternative to having a lovely printed copy sent to you, for this title you can buy it as a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD which you can print out yourself. This is in the form of a PDF file which you will be able to download to your computer or device immediately after purchase together with a licence authorising the use of the file for one copy only. You will have 14 days to download the file, after which it will no longer be accessible to you online. Should you need more than one copy (such as for a choir) then you must purchase as many "copies" as you need; you will still only have one file to download but the licence will authorise the number of copies purchased. If you buy multiple copies you are allowed to print only up to that number of copies. Alternatively, you can share the file electronically instead; but the total number of prints and shared electronic copies must not exceed the number purchased.
Level of Difficulty
Attributing a particular level of difficulty to an orchestral piece is awkward!
A piece may be easy for the strings but difficult for the brass; it may feature a tricky instrumental solo but the other parts may be relatively straight forward. A number of the arrangements listed are designed to simplify works to some extent but composers of many original works featured did not consider difficulty when writing them.
What our levels mean:
A = for players up to UK Grade 3
B = Grade 3 to 5
C = Grade 4 to 6
D = Grade 5 to 7
E = Grade 6 to 8
F = Grade 7 and over
Our gradings should be taken only as a rough guide.
To be sure if a piece is suitable for you, take a look at the score.