The skaters' waltz (excerpts)

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The Skaters’ Waltz, Op. 183, also called The Skaters, or French Les Patineurs, waltz by French composer Emil Waldteufel written in 1882. Of Waldteufel’s many compositions—including more than 200 dance pieces—The Skaters’ Waltz is the best-known. In The Skaters’ Waltz Waldteufel set out to capture the atmosphere of a winter day in Paris, with ice-skaters venturing onto the frozen Seine River. In the manner of his older rival Johann Strauss, Waldteufel’s piece offers a sequence of contrasting serene and exuberant waltz themes, rather than just a single melody. A slow opening passage for solo horn is followed by graceful rising and falling lines in the strings and woodwinds that lead to the first waltz theme. There, again, the horn takes the central role. The wintry ambience of the piece is enhanced by the use of sleigh bells in the percussion section.

HAFABRA MusicNº 590 ISRC BE-O89-13-00590
ComponistWALDTEUFEL Emile
ArrangeurKITANO Yo
Genre
Voor• Wind Band
Duur04:30
Graad3
Prijscode12

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