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Moravian Rhapsody

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Evžen Zámečník

Evžen Zámečník

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This work may be found under its title in Czech, Mährische Rhapsodie.

General Info

Year: 1984
Duration: c. 7:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Barenreiter
Cost: Score and Parts – Out of print.


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Program Notes

Moravian Rhapsody is a short, brilliant work inspired by folk melodies from Moravia. After a brief brass fanfare, the rhapsody unfolds in a series of variations on the song Beskyde Beskyde, which dominates the whole work.

Moravian Rhapsody was written in 1984, after a commission from the Uster Festival in Switzerland, where it received its premiere performance in 1985.

- Program Note from WASBE


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