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Weiner Leó: Suite

Hungarian Folk Dances

score and parts

Op. 18
Setting: Orchestra
Instrumentation: 2(II.anche picc.), 2(II.anche c.i.), 2,2 - 4,2,3,1 - timp., batt. - arpa, cel. - archi
Period: 20th Century
Duration: 25'
Item number: W-3
Other reference: 1047
The orchestral Suite (op. 18) was finished in 1931 and the composer dedicated it to his excellent fellow-composer László Lajtha. Behind the dedication lies an actual cooperation: it was Lajtha who introduced Weiner into the world of the Hungarian instrumental folk music. As a result, in this four-movement orchestral suite the influence of live folk music can be detected. The suite, composed for a medium-size orchestra employing a full wind section exposes a string of dance melodies and solos originally sounded on folk istruments, clad in an inventive and tastfully wrought orchestral texture. (János Malina)

Contents

1.
Allegro risoluto e ben marcato
2.
Andante poco sostenuto
3.
Andante poco sostenuto
4.
Presto
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