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Farkas Ferenc: Piccola musica di concerto

for string orchestra or for string quartet

score and parts

Setting: String Orchestra
Instrumentation: 5 vl1, 4 vl2, 3 vl3 (ad lib.), 3 vla, 3 vlc, cb (ad lib.)
Series: Leggiero
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Length: 132 pages
Published: 1963
Item number: 4330
ISMN: 9790080043301
This is one of the best-known and most frequently performed works of Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000). It was written in 1961 for 4-part string orchestra (with an ad libitum double bass part), and can be performed by a string quartet. The secret of the popularity of this 4-movement composition, which follows the structure of the classical symphonies, is probably to be found in its transparent sound, the clarity of its form and its fresh, vigorous character.

Contents

1.
Allegro
2.
Andante
3.
Scherzo
4.
Allegro
Leggiero
The Leggiero series of Editio Musica Budapest is partly a reprint and partly a renewed edition of its forerunner, the widely known and played series Works for Youth Orchestra. It is a selection made from the most successful volumes comprising works by classical and contemporary composers and the easy arrangements of popular piano works with a new layout and attractive design. What facilitates its use for junior string orchestras is that the works can also be performed with a third violin part instead of the viola. The arrangements offering full musical value were made by the most outstanding music teachers and composers. Each volume appears in the form of a folder, with score and parts for an average orchestra.
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