Ruralia Hungarica, Op.32a (Dohnányi, Ernő)

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Publisher. Info. Budapest: Editio Musica, n.d.
Misc. Notes Most likely, the plate number and other publ. information was cleaned off the scan (to avoid obvious copyright infringement). Based on the text and font used, it can be safely concluded that this is an EMB publication from either 1950 or 1957.
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General Information

Work Title Ruralia Hungarica
Alternative. Title Hét zongoradarab ; Sieben Stücke für Klavier
Composer Dohnányi, Ernő
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.32a
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IED 14
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 pieces:
  1. (Allegretto, molto tenero) (C major)
  2. (Presto, ma non tanto) (G minor)
  3. (Andante poco moto, rubato) (E minor)
  4. (Vivace) (A minor)
  5. (Allegro grazioso) (A major)
  6. (Adagio non troppo) (F minor)
  7. (Molto vivace) (C major)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1924
First Performance. 1924-9-24, Pecs
First Publication. 1925 (Rózsavölgyi)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Piano

Misc. Comments

Pieces for piano based on folksong. (See Grymes bio, p.82.)

Arranged for orchestra (Op.32b (I think?)), premiered as such 16 November 1924. Op.32c (violin/piano) 3 pieces - premiered 1927 with Emil Telmanyi.