Wind Ensemble/ Grade 4 / Approximately 6'
Slavonic Dance "Sousedská" Op. 46, No. 4
Slavonic Dance "Sousedská" Op. 46, No. 4 is a part of a sixteen dance collection by Antonín Leopold Dvořák (1841 – 1904) known as the Slavoni Dances. The collection of dances were originally composed for piano with four hands in 1878 and 1886. Dvořák's quickly had him orchestrate all of the dances and were published in two sets: Op. 46 and Op. 72. The compositions exemplify the best of Dvořák's nationalistic style and are considered some of his most memorable works.
Dance No. 4 is in the form of a Sousedská which is a Czech folk dance in triple meter (3/4 or 3/8) and moderate tempo, similar in character to the minuet, waltz, and landler. This dance is a lively
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