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This edition of Bartók’s popular ‘Romanian Folk Dances’, in which he used authentic folk melodies, is arranged for violin and piano. Learn more about Braul from Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances in our Violin Online String Class Study Unit Béla Bartók () was a Hungarian. Having played the original version for piano solo (which is now in the public domain), I have noted that this arrangement by Zoltan Szekely for violin and piano.

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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.

Bela Bartok Romanian Dances

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. The following list shows some of the most published of them:. Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. But I’m not sure if this is standard with other editions or not. Lists Compositions Solo piano String quartets.

6 Romanian Folk Dances for violin & piano

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This edition is not bad, but it’s nothing special. Are you a beginner who started playing last month? Performed by the Advent Chamber Orchestra. The list of the movements is as follows.

I did like the short descriptions of each bagtok the dances, which helps to visualize the character of each dance Views Read Edit View history. Leave it blank if you wish to appear as “Anonymous”.

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Romanian Folk Dances Hungarian: All of the movements are composed according to the rules of the musical modeswhich state that all melodies are to be written according to a specific hartok of tones and semitones. Arranger Antonio Maria Bologna. He later orchestrated it for small ensemble in as Sz.

Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances

Rate this product’s difficulty level: To conclude, if you like these dances I can coucil you the Hungarian dances by Brahms or the Czardas by Monti, but this latter is a bit more difficult since it is quite rapid.

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Brian Slawson has brilliantly arranged these simple folk melodies for vibraphone and glockenspiel, making them accessible to young percussionists. Because of their traditional nature, these pieces are largely built on modes, which are a refreshing alternative to the typical study of major/minor scales. It also give students the opportunity to perform on the glockenspiel which is largely neglected in percussion pedagogy.
This piece comes as a professionally printed and bound score and includes individual parts in PDF format for printing or for tablet viewing.

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Béla Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances, arranged here for keyboard duet by Brian Slawson, are short, delightful character pieces suitable for high school or early college percussionists looking to perform in a duo setting. Three of the dances, “Peasant Costume, ” “Standing Still, ” and “Stick Game” are included in this collection, each offering unique challenges while exposing students to Bartók’s harmonic and rhythmic voice. In each dance, the glockenspiel carries the melody while the vibraphone plays accompaniment.
“Peasant Costume” is the first, and shortest, of the three dances. Built on a simple clock-like melody in D Dorian, this piece uses quintuplets in the glockenspiel part and calls for the vibraphone player to switch between rattan handles and mallet heads for an effective timbre change.
“Standing Still” is a somber interlude, offering students the chance to explore how different mallets and implements can be used to create character. Although Slawson does not recommend specific mallets, the implements used here can have a profound effect on the overall success of the movement.
“Stick Game” is the last dance presented here, offering the most challenging part for the glockenspiel player. Slawson has done an excellent job keeping both voices interesting while making them manageable for intermediate players. In addition, this movement provides the players with many musical choices, allowing them to work on ensemble skills, character, and overall performance.
–Justin Alexander
Percussive Notes
Vol. Free editable label templates. 53, No. 1, March 2015

Bartok Romanian Folk Dances Violin

Description

Brian Slawson has brilliantly arranged these simple folk melodies for vibraphone and glockenspiel, making them accessible to young percussionists. Because of their traditional nature, these pieces are largely built on modes, which are a refreshing alternative to the typical study of major/minor scales. It also give students the opportunity to perform on the glockenspiel which is largely neglected in percussion pedagogy.
This piece comes as a professionally printed and bound score and includes individual parts in PDF format for printing or for tablet viewing.

Instrumentation

Reviews

Béla Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances, arranged here for keyboard duet by Brian Slawson, are short, delightful character pieces suitable for high school or early college percussionists looking to perform in a duo setting. Three of the dances, “Peasant Costume, ” “Standing Still, ” and “Stick Game” are included in this collection, each offering unique challenges while exposing students to Bartók’s harmonic and rhythmic voice. In each dance, the glockenspiel carries the melody while the vibraphone plays accompaniment.
“Peasant Costume” is the first, and shortest, of the three dances. Built on a simple clock-like melody in D Dorian, this piece uses quintuplets in the glockenspiel part and calls for the vibraphone player to switch between rattan handles and mallet heads for an effective timbre change.
“Standing Still” is a somber interlude, offering students the chance to explore how different mallets and implements can be used to create character. Although Slawson does not recommend specific mallets, the implements used here can have a profound effect on the overall success of the movement.
“Stick Game” is the last dance presented here, offering the most challenging part for the glockenspiel player. Slawson has done an excellent job keeping both voices interesting while making them manageable for intermediate players. In addition, this movement provides the players with many musical choices, allowing them to work on ensemble skills, character, and overall performance.
–Justin Alexander
Percussive Notes
Vol. 53, No. 1, March 2015

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