Dumka is a musical term introduced from the Ukrainian language, with cognates in other Slavic languages. The word “dumka”. I have just been working with a student who this week made a start on Tchaikovsky’s fabulous Dumka. He was struggling with this spot: The reason for the. Free Classical Music Online. Listen to streaming Piano Music online: Dumka, Op. 59 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, performed by Stanislav.

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Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Jazz Latin New Age. The piece soon awakens and begins to shake off its heavy burden when the right hand lingers on a repetitive scalar passage which then becomes an accompaniment to a restatement of the lament. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. The site is also available in several languages.

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The opening ballad sneaks back in, very quietly at first but marking its tchaukovsky with three loud, abrupt chords. Despite its subtitle, “Russian rustic scene,” Tchaikovsky’s version of the dumka lacks a detailed program. The Great Pianists, Vol. Passion for Piano, Vol. A fiery Moderato con fuoco begins after the cadenza and leads to a final introspective recapitulation of the opening lament with which the tchaikovskj closes.


Grande Sonate; Album pour enfants; Dumka. Relief arrives with two broader passages, Andante meno mosso and Adagio, diminuendo. Wrote out the first part of the rhapsody” [1].

Dumka, for piano in C minor, Op. 59

Horowitz Plays Mussorgsky, Scriabin, Prokofiev, and others. Musician’s or Publisher’s Notes With the rise of interest in folk music throughout the 19 th century, the Ukrainian duma pl. Tchaikovsky’s Dumka Doumka in C minor, Op.

Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and others. The lectures and publication were illustrated by a live performances by the blind kobzar Ostap Veresai who performed a number of dumky singing to the accompaniment of his bandura.

International Tchaikovsky Competition, Vol. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy. The word “dumka” literally means “thought”.

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Originally, it is the diminutive form of the Ukrainian term dumapl. Lysenko’s study was the first to specifically study the melodies and the instrumental accompaniment played on the bandura, kobza or lira of the epic dumy. Tschaikowskis Dumka ist eines seiner gehaltvollsten Klavierwerke und endet mit einer elegischen Erinnerung an ihre einstige Glut und Eindringlichkeit.

It begins with an Andantino cantabile ballad that may derive from a Russian folk song. The composition of dumky became popular after the publication of an ethnological study and analysis and a number of illustrated lectures were made by the Ukrainian composer Mykola Lysenko in and in Kiev and Saint Petersburg. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Evidently Jurgenson avoided doing so, and the autograph remained in Russia.

The theme undergoes some rudimentary development before giving way to an eccentric, exciting con anima section, followed by a more relaxed passage, a bravura cadenza, and a hammering Moderato con fuoco.