[Smt-talk] accellerandi-pieces

John Paul Ito john.paul.ito at lawrence.edu
Wed Oct 14 10:29:53 PDT 2009

If the chestnuts aren't getting picked yet, how about the Csardas  
from Die Fledermaus, which then brings to mind the act 1 trio, "O je,  
o je, wie ruehrt mich das" (admittedly not so gypsy).  And I guess  
this isn't what's being asked for, but as a violist I can't resist  
throwing in the first movement of the Walton concerto, rehearsals 5  
to 8.

John Ito

On Oct 13, 2009, at 1:47 AM, Johannes Quint wrote:

> first thanks a lot for all the answers (and for those still  
> coming...).
>> What about "Carmen" and every gypsy-inspired piece ever written?
>> Deborah Burton
>> School of Music
>> Boston University
>> burtond at bu.edu
> this is the area i am interested primarily. do you have an explicit
> example beside carmen?
> j.q.
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