Janáček – Three Dances for Viola Sextet


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If you like to party, then you’ve come to the right piece of music.

Leoš Janáček loved to include elements of his native Czechoslovakian folk music into his writing. Short repetitive phrases, driving rhythms, uncomplicated harmonies. But most of all, excitement and thrills.

These three dances are taken from an orchestral score, but suit a viola ensemble absolutely down to the ground. Lots of fun for all the players. I can guarantee your audiences will be swept away. 12 mins. M

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