Wieniawski, Henryk - Two Mazurkas, Op. 19 - Complete. For Violin and Piano. Published by Masters Music Publications. | V358 000
  • Wieniawski, Henryk - Two Mazurkas, Op. 19 - Complete. For Violin and Piano. Published by Masters Music Publications. | V358 000
  • Wieniawski, Henryk - Two Mazurkas, Op. 19 - Complete. For Violin and Piano. Published by Masters Music Publications. | V358 000

Wieniawski, Henryk - Two Mazurkas, Op. 19 - Complete. For Violin and Piano. Published by Masters Music Publications.

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Though Wieniawski did not rely on folk music the same way as composers like Bartok or Dvorak, he did occasionally turn to the music of his native Poland for inspiration. So it is with his Two Mazurkas, Op. 19: a mazurka (or mazurek) is a type of Polish folk dance in triple meter. Unlike other dance forms in triple meter (like the waltz, for instance), a mazurka is characterized by the placement of an accent, not on the first beat, but on the second or third. The tempo of a mazurka is usually lively and the character spirited, and the Dudziarz specifically (or "The Bagpipe Player") is a rustic dance, complete with bagpipe-like drone. These two mazurkas are good choices for advancing players, as they are not quite as difficult as some of Wieniawski's other showpieces, but still quite impressive!

This edition for violin and piano is published by Masters Music Publications.

Difficulty: ASTA grade 4


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Though Wieniawski did not rely on folk music the same way as composers like Bartok or Dvorak, he did occasionally turn to the music of his native Poland for inspiration. So it is with his Two Mazurkas, Op. 19: a mazurka (or mazurek) is a type of Polish folk dance in triple meter. Unlike other dance forms in triple meter (like the waltz, for instance), a mazurka is characterized by the placement of an accent, not on the first beat, but on the second or third. The tempo of a mazurka is usually lively and the character spirited, and the Dudziarz specifically (or "The Bagpipe Player") is a rustic dance, complete with bagpipe-like drone. These two mazurkas are good choices for advancing players, as they are not quite as difficult as some of Wieniawski's other showpieces, but still quite impressive!

This edition for violin and piano is published by Masters Music Publications.

Difficulty: ASTA grade 4


Click here to learn more about the Apprentice and ASTA Sheet Music Difficulty Ratings.
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Obertass

Dudziarz (Le Mé
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