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Rumanian Folk Dances No.4 'Hornpipe Dance'. Bartók Help Opus Details
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Béla Bartók (1881-1945) was one of the most influential composers of the twentieth century, demonstrating how traditional folk music elements could be integrated and transformed with modern techniques. His style is economical and filled with rhythmic vitality. This is seen especially is later works for orchestra, but also in such large scale works for the piano such as his Allegro Barbaro and his Piano Sonata. He also wrote many short settings of Hungarian and Slovakian melodies and folk dances for children. Composed in 1915, Bartók's Rumanian Folk Dances are made up of six short pieces based on peasant folk melodies in their simplest form. The exotic sounding modal melodies and the rhythmic vitality have made them one of Bartók's most popular works. In 1917, Bartok arranged them for salon orchestra, and later for violin and piano. No. 4 is Buciumeana (Hornpipe - or Bucium - Dance) and is marked Andante.
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