Dvořák – Scottish Dances, Opus 41



Dvořák, together with Mendelssohn, Bruch, Beethoven (to name but a few) has taken inspiration from the great wealth of traditional Scottish music, and produced this delightful work, being originally for piano.

But it makes a scrumptious viola quartet. Highly accessible listening, and enormous fun to play. You will find it is made up of numerous 8-bar snippets that can, if you wish, be played in any order. 6 mins. M

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