Dvorak - Humoresque for cello and piano. You can download the sheet music Dvorak - Humoresque for cello and piano on this page. This interesting musical composition - grand masterpiece of music for string instrument by the great music composer. This composition impresses everybody by magnificent changes of intonations of cello and piano and traditional interesting characteristics. To view the first page of Dvorak - Humoresque for cello and piano click the music sheet image.
Many of Dvořák's compositions, such as the Slavonic Dances and his large collection of songs, were directly inspired by Czech, Moravian, and other Slavic traditional music. As the basis for his works, Dvořák frequently used Slavic folk dance forms, such as skočna, Bohemian odzemek, furiant, sousedská, and špacirka, Polish mazurka and polonaise or Yugoslav Kolo, and also folk song forms of Slavic peoples including Ukrainian dumka. His 16 Slavonic Dances. Op. 46, which first gained him a wide reputation, and Op. 72, include at least one of each of these forms. He also wrote an orchestral Polonaise (1879). He called the third movement of his 6th Symphony "Scherzo". His Dumky Trio is one of his best-known chamber works. His major works reflect his heritage and the love he had for his native land. Dvořák followed in the footsteps of Bedřich Smetana, the composer who created the modern Czech musical style.