Music for the Community

 
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Monday, June 08 2020 00:00

Day 46 - Hongroise (Hungarian Dance)

Violinist age 9 plays "Hongroise" by Robert Pracht.

 
Robert Pracht (1878 -1961) was a German composer and music educator who composed many piano and string works for both professionals and students. He was also well-known in Germany as a choral conductor, and composed over 200 works for male voice choirs. 
 
This short dance is in the fiery Hungarian style - and we'll have more of this later in the week. For now, if you’ve been following our posts on musical construction, you'll probably be able to hear the overall "A-B-"A form. 
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