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Martinu - 7 Arabesques for violin

Martinu - 7 Arabesques for violin. You can download the PDF sheet music Martinu - 7 Arabesques for violin on this page. These Arabesques are among the most valuable and most frequently played violin pieces within their genre, and they are quite on a par with the very interesting pieces by Bartók. The Arabesque No. 5 has a tone quite new in the string music of Bohuslav Martinú; here we have a refined nostalgia that is manifest in the broad, lyrical melody of the violin and which promptly supplants all the mood of his early works.


This is FULL VERSION! NOT THE UNCOMPLETE VERSION, that you can easily find at some free sheet music Internet resources. All missed arabesques were completely recreated by crew (They were recreated from existing piano part).

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Instrument part: 12 pages. 6420 K


Piano part: 20 pages. 1070 K


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The Seven Arabesques for violin and piano (H 201A, Paris 1931) were composed to a commission from R. Deiss. Their didactic mood is suggested by their subtitle 'Rhythmic etudes', which gives no hint, however, as to the excellent qualities of this occasional piece. These seven violin miniatures, which were also intended - as is the case with the preceding Ariette - for performance on either violin or cello, acquaint the young instrumentalist with the basic melodic and rhythmic procedures of music in the interwar period and systematically prepare the student for learning the major works of the modern concerto repertoire.
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