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Monti, Vittorio: Czardas

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Revised and edited by Tátrai Vilmos
Instrument: Violin and Piano
Seria: Moments Musicaux for Violin
Period: Romantic
Stopień trudności: 4
Zasięg: 12 stron
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 0.076 kg
Pierwsze wydanie: 1991
Wydawca: Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 13700
ISMN: 9790080137000
The Moments Musicaux series offers violinists a wide selection of popular works and movements starting from Bach to compositions of the present day. Among the pieces we find both well-known and recently-made transciptions for violin and piano. The degree of difficulty, from very easy to extremely difficult, appears on each item in the series, thus allowing the players to choose appropriate works to suit their technical ability.

Vittorio Monti, the Italian violinist, conductor and composer, as conductor of the Parisian Lamoureux orchestra composed several ballets and operettas. The only work of his that is well-known today is the virtuoso Csárdás, composed in 1904, which is a rewarding, successful piece for every gipsy orchestra. Many arrangements of it are known, from the solo saxophone version to that for full orchestra.

Series Moments Musicaux for violin
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