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Carolinian Dances

By Robert Livingston Aldridge

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Violin and piano - Virtuoso
Theme and variations on an original fiddle tune. Composed by Robert Livingston Aldridge. Edited by Boris Kucharsky. Modern. Piano score and part. Composed 2003; First Performance: February 20, 2005 (CAMI Hall, NYC). Duration 18.5 minutes. Edition Peters #EP68176. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P68176).

Item Number: PE.P68176
ISBN M-3007-5458-1. Modern.

Written for violinist Boris Kucharsky. Meant to be the North Carolina equivalent of Brahms' Hungarian Dances, this virtuoso work takes the form of theme (a sort of 'barn dance' fiddle tune) and variations (including ones in jig, waltz, march, ballad, R&B, jazz, bossa nova and reggae styles). The piece was premeried by Boris Kucharsky and Melissa Marse on February 20, 2005 at CAMI Hall in New York City.

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