THE MOLDAU (B. Smetana) - Accordion orchestra
Accordion orchestra - Digital Download
Composed by Bedrich Smetana (1824-1884). Arranged by Gilles Mayer. 20th Century. Individual Part, Score, Set of Parts. 36 pages. Published by Gilles MAYER (S0.620403).
Item Number: S0.620403
"Vltava"also known by its English title TheMoldau,and the German DieMoldau,was composed between 20 November and 8 December 1874. It isabout 13 minutes long, and is in the key of E minor.Inthis piece, Smetana uses tonepainting toevoke the sounds of one of Bohemia's great rivers
Thearrangement I propose to you is a 7-minute excerpt that gathers themain melodies of this score. It is an arrangement for accordionorchestra with 5 accordion parts and a bass part. Some passages willrequire a very good technical level and a little virtuosity. Inconcert, success is guaranteed.
Accordionorchestra sheet music:
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