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Rikudim

Four Isreali Folk Dances

By Jan Van der Roost

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Mandoline Ensemble - Grade 4
Four Isreali Folk Dances. Composed by Jan Van der Roost. Arranged by Guy Cuyvers. De Haske Instrumental Series. Concert Piece. Set (Score & Parts). Composed 2008. 16 pages. De Haske Publications #DHP 1084566-070. Published by De Haske Publications (BT.DHP-1084566-070).

Item Number: BT.DHP-1084566-070

ISBN 9789043131186. 9 X 12 INCH inches. English(US)/Deutsch/Francais/Nederlands.

Rikudim (Hebrew for "Dances") is a four-part dance suite based on Jewish music. By using eastern intervals and irregular time changes, the composer succeeds in creating a slightly melancholy but specifically Jewish flavoured piece.

Rikudim (Hebrew for "Dances") is a four-part dance suite based on Jewish music. By using eastern intervals and irregular time changes, the composer succeeds in creating a slightly melancholy but specifically Jewish flavoured piece.

Rikudim, das hebraische Wort fur "tanzen", ist der Titel dieser vierteiligen Suite fur Mandolinenensemble von Jan Van der Roost. Durch den Gebrauch von unregelmassigen Taktarten ist es dem Komponisten gelungen, in dieser Musik einerseits einen Hauch Melancholie, andererseits spezifisch judische Elemente miteinander zu verschmelzen.

Rikudim (de l'hebreu rikud, "danse") est une suite de quatre danses originales inspirees de la musique traditionnelle juive. L'utilisation d'une structure tonale orientale, l'introduction de mesures irregulieres et la richesse sonore de l'orchestration apportent a cette œuvre une teinte melancolique mais surtout une grande authenticite. Les themes tres inspires sont clairement differencies. L'harmonisation quelquefois surprenante sans jamais etre denaturee confere a ces quatre danses originales juives une grande richesse d'expression.

Rikudim (Hebrew for "Dances") is a four-part dance suite based on Jewish music. By using eastern intervals and irregular time changes, the composer succeeds in creating a slightly melancholy but specifically Jewish flavoured piece.

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