Ruralia hungarica, Op.32d (Dohnányi, Ernő)

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Publisher. Info. Budapest: Roszavölgyi & Co., 1924. Plate R. & Co. 6279.
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Misc. Notes poss. 1st edition? (Oddly high plate number; it seems most R&Co. works published in 1924 that I can find have plates in the 4000s- it takes until around 1937 to get to 6000-odd.)
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General Information

Work Title (One movement from) Ruralia hungarica (arranged for cello and piano)
Alternative. Title Gypsy Andante ; Andante rubato ; Andante rubato, alla zingaresca
Composer Dohnányi, Ernő
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.32d
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 piece
First Publication. 1930s
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Cello and Piano

Misc. Comments

This single-piece version of Ernő Dohnányi's Ruralia hungarica also exists as one of the pieces in the three-piece version for violin and piano, Op.32c.

Op.32c dates from around 1927 (it was premiered then, at least). Op.32d judging from the plate no. seems to have been published in the 1930s, which makes sense. The first two (piano and orchestral) versions were premiered in 1924, but not Opp.32c and 32d; there is no reason to believe that they were extracted from Op.32a then, either.