Please note that it is illegal to photocopy copyright protected music without the permission of the copyright holder.
To photocopy is to deprive the composer/author of his/her rightful income for his/her intellectual property.
V kolikor ne morete zapreti tega okvira, verjetno v vašem brskalniku nimate omogočenih
Cena: $20.45 (Brez DDV)
Dohnányi Ernő: Ruralia Hungarica
Zasedba: Violin and Piano
Obdobje: 20th Century
Jezik: Hungarian, English, German
Število strani: 32 strani
Weight: 94 g
Leto izdaje: 1957
Založba: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Številka artikla: 2654
Ruralia Hungarica was originally a five movements cycle of piano pieces (Op. 32/a) composed in 1923 on Hungarian folk songs, dedicated to Dohnányi’s mother. In 1924, five movements of the piano cycle was orchestrated (Op. 32/b), the orchestral version was premiered under the baton of the composer on 14 September 1924, in Pécs (South Hungary). Ruralia Hungarica was one of Dohnányi’s favorite works. He often performed both the version for piano and the one for orchestra, and he composed other versions, too: three movements for violin and piano (Op. 32/c) and one movement for violoncello and piano (Op. 32/d).