Yozshunos LudwigMasters Publications This set of dances consists of six movements and, according to the composer, it should take four minutes and three seconds to perform, but most professional pianists take up to five minutes. If you do not wish to be contacted, leave it blank. Loved playing and performing these. We do not use or store email addresses from this form for any other purpose than romsnian your share email.
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He also continued collecting in the following year and in , making several tours in various Romanian regions of Eastern Hungary now Romania. The only five or six minutes long piece consists of six movements, six separate dances. Several hundred versions of this piece are available on the net. The complexity and diversity of the rhythm structures within the tight basic rhythm, the rapid alternation of the different dance styles, the Eastern European and even more oriental tunes have inspired many adaptations, and the Romanian dances of the Hungarian composer were felt by many cultures and peoples as their own.
By way of these versions it became a kind of a wandering melody, similarly to the formerly heard Ottoman melody, which has been adopted by every people from Anatolia through the Balkans to the Mediterranean. Below we present some of these versions. The violin-piano transcription in the similarly powerful performance by Oliver Colbentson and Erich Appel. Waterford Cathedral, 29 Sept. YouTube does not allow the embedding of the video, you can see it on their site.
Thanks to the original uploader and to Kip W, who called our attention to them.
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