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Tatiana Primak Khoury plays no.10 (Passacaglia)
||11 Etudes in the Form of Old Dances
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- 1. Gavotte in D♭ major
- 2. Allemande in B♭ minor
- 3. Menuet in G major
- 4. Courante in E minor
- 5. Sarabande in A minor
- 6. Bourrée in A major
- 7. Gavotte in B minor
- 8. Rigaudon in C major
- 9. Menuet in E♭ major
- 10. Passacaglia in G minor
- 11. Gigue in D minor
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1930 - K. muz. pidpryemstvo
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
||70 minutes (all 11 complete)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
Recorded on the label Toccata Classics (and in at least one other recording, though perhaps not very many as of 2014.). (The pianist for that recording wrote a dissertation on this work in particular, Shkoda, Natalya (2006): A Recording and Interpretation of "Eleven Etudes in the Form of Old Dances", Opus 19, by Ukrainian Composer Viktor Stepanovych Kosenko (1896--1938)., for Arizona State University. The booklet text to the CD- which contains the complete set of 11 etudes - may be downloaded from Toccata Classics here.)