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Themes From The Moldau

Title: Themes From The Moldau
Voicing/Format: String Orchestra
Publisher: Kendor Music Inc
Composer: Smetana, Bedrich
Arranger: Frost, Robert S
Catalog #: 9560
Grade: 2
Series: Omea Hs B/Jh A

Price: $48.00
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Scored in the keys of E minor, G major and E major, this contest-worthy adaptation presents three themes -- The River, Peasant Wedding, The River At Its Widest Point -- from Smetana's 19th-century symphonic portrait of the Vltava (Moldau in German) River which runs through the Bohemian countryside. The first and last portions are set in a dramatic, flowing 6/8 meter, while the energetic wedding dance is in 2/4 time. Everyone plays a prominent role in this sophisticated concert presentation. Duration 4:25. 
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