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Slavonic Dances - 101 Strings - Gypsy Campfires (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Meztikus
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Slavonic Dances - Václav Neumann on AllMusic.
  • Kazrakasa
    This Slavonic Dance Op No.2 A superb work for Piano 4-Hands by Antonin Dvorak. Full of energy and feeling Dvorak's wonderful Dances are delightful Piano pieces treats for the player and listener.
  • Doktilar
    Check out Slavonic Dances, Series 2, Op. 72, B. (version for piano 4 hands): No. 16 in A-Flat Major, Op. 72, No. 8 by Kristina Krkavcova on Amazon Music. .
  • Nicage
    Slavonic Dances followed and by he had become a musician’s “man of the hour.” In Dvorak was invited to America to establish a school of composition at the newly formed National Conservatory of Music in New York (now Juilliard).
  • Moktilar
    Jan 06,  · Whereas the first set had featured predominantly Czech dances (with the exception of the second which evoked the Ukranian dumka — not, strictly speaking, a dance), the second set is more broadly Slavonic, incorporating Slovak, Polish, Serbian and Russian elements in addition to Dvorák’s favourite melancholy dumka strains.
  • Kijar
    Strings Orchestra was a brand for a highly successful easy listening symphonic music organization, with a discography exceeding albums and a creative lifetime of around 30 years beginning in Strings had a trademark sound, focusing on melody with a laid-back ambiance most often featuring strings. Their LPs were individualized by the slogan "The Sound of Magnificence", a puffy.
  • Gagore
    Arranger Robert McCashin has captured the spirit of Dvorak's Slavonic Dance, Opus 46 #1! Your players will be captivated by the power and grace of this music from another time and place! With textures and moods ranging from light and airy to heavy and pesante, this music will show what your orchestra can do!
  • Megul
    Slavonic dance, no.1 Performed by: Carl Flesch - violin, Kurt Ruhrseitz - piano Composed by: Antonin Dvorak, Fritz Kreisler Record format: Edison Diamond Disc Matrix number: A Recording date: March 5, Release number: L Release date: .
  • Tygorn
    The Slavonic Dances (Czech: Slovanské tance) are a series of 16 orchestral pieces composed by Antonín Dvořák in 18and published in two sets as Opus 46 and Opus 72 respectively. Originally written for piano four hands, the Slavonic Dances were inspired by Johannes Brahms's own Hungarian Dances and were orchestrated at the request.

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