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Macedonian Mountain Dance
By Alan Hovhaness

Solo piano - SMP Level 9 (Advanced); NFMC Level: Very Difficult Class 1
Composed by Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000). Piano (Solo). Edition Peters. 20th Century. Single piece. Opus 144. 12 pages. Duration 00:03:00. Edition Peters #98-EP6199. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP6199).

Item Number: PE.EP6199

ISBN 9790300709994. 9x12 inches. English.

A lively, rhythmically dynamic short (c. 3 min) piano piece based on Macedonian folk music. Perfect for advancing players.

About SMP Level 9 (Advanced)

All types of major, minor, diminished, and augmented chords spanning more than an octave. Extensive scale passages.

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  • 5

    Terry Champlin
    Pleasant Valley, NY
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  • February 15, 2008 Hovhaness: Always Great

    This exciting, driving piece was mentioned in Dr. Grerory's memoir as one of the first pieces of his to make an impression on her.

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  • 4

    Victoria BC Canada
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  • September 28, 2007 different

    The piece is difficult at first until you learn the fingerings and the patterns. I have never heard a recording or performance of this piece and would like to. I hope I'm playing it right?

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  • 5

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  • October 21, 2004 contemporary, energetic piece

    I have played piano for about nine years, and polished this piece in about two months. There is a large amount of thematic repition. If you can get past the odd 7/8 meter, and have reasonably fast fingers, this is a relatively easy piece to master in a short...

    amount of time. This is a really fun piece to play at a fast tempo, you can almost get rough with it at times The last section is one of the harder ones, requiring some brief octave work in the right hand.

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