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Három magyar népi tánc 'Three Hungarian folk dances'
composer
originally composed for piano solo and for piano duet
arranger

Recordings
'Weiner: Violin Sonatas' (CDA67735)
Weiner: Violin Sonatas
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Details
No 1: Rókatánc 'Fox dance'
Track 11 on CDA67735 [1'49] Please, someone, buy me …
No 2: Marosszéki keringös 'Ronde from Marossék'
Track 12 on CDA67735 [1'09] Please, someone, buy me …
No 3: Csürdöngölö 'Peasants' dance'
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Három magyar népi tánc 'Three Hungarian folk dances'
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The Három magyar népi tánc (‘Three Hungarian folk dances’) were originally composed for piano solo—the lively Rókatánc (‘Fox dance’) is a familiar encore piece for Eastern European pianists—and also for piano duet; the transcription for violin and piano is by Tibor Ney. The Marosszéki keringös (‘Ronde from Marossék’), as its name implies, is a tune from the Marosszék region of Transylvania, which is particularly rich in folk-dance music, both sung and played, much of which Hungarian ethnomusicologists consider to derive from a more remote past than the music of other regions. (Kodály made it famous in his popular Dances from Marosszék.) The vivacious Csürdöngölö (‘Peasants’ dance’) is a type of fast Csárdás, requiring to be played with apparent abandon while actually paying close attention to rhythmic precision.

from notes by Calum MacDonald © 2009

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Details for CDA67735 track 12
Marosszéki keringös 'Ronde from Marossék'
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-09-73512
Duration
1'09
Recording date
3 June 2008
Recording venue
Jerusalem Music Centre, Israel
Recording producer
Eric Wen
Recording engineer
Zvi Hirshler
Hyperion usage
  1. Weiner: Violin Sonatas (CDA67735)
    Disc 1 Track 12
    Release date: July 2009
    Please, someone, buy me …
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