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Farkas Ferenc: Rumanian Folk Dances for flute, cimbalom (ad libitum) and string orchestra (1988)

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Setting: Flute, String Orchestra, Cimbalom
Instrumentation: Fl, Cimb (ad lib.) Archi
Period: 20th Century
Duration: 6'
Item number: F-55
This is an orchestral version of the Rumanian Folk Dances (Z. 958) for violin or viola or flute or clarinet and piano, composed in 1952. The optional cimbalom as a continuo part adds a tinge to the orchestral sound, while in the middle section it alone accompanies the flute solo instead of the orchestra. This orchestral version of the work was composed in 1988 for the flautist András Adorján.
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