The music for the Villagers’ Dance shown below can easily be learned and performed as a group – just like an orchestra.
See if you can master one of the parts of the score. If this goes well you might try to play two parts at the same time if you play an instrument which enables you to do this. These pdf files print easily, if you are working away from a computer:
Villagers’ Dance (simplified): Villagers Dance (extended with octave transpositions on repeats)
When you learn the music, be aware that bars 4 and 5 are technically more difficult than the rest, so they will require more practice to become fluent. But they also use a sequence. This should help to simplify any technical difficulty you may have in playing these bars.
Note, too, that when the music of the opening returns at the end it has been subtly changed rhythmically. All the 1/4-notes/crotchets have gone!