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Waltz from sleeping beauty. Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Free classical music mp3 download. Music for youtube videos. Commercial use allowed. Download for free "Waltz From Sleeping Beauty" MP3 file has bitrate 192 Kbps, size 1,00 megabytes and length 00:47 seconds:Free Download
Pair dance based on smooth whirling, combined with forward movement. The musical size is 3/4., 3/8, less often 6/8, the tempo is moderately fast. It comes from the folk peasant dances of Southern Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic. From the last quarter of the 18th century V. penetrates the cities. Thanks to the ease, simplicity, and elegance of movement, and the rich expressive possibilities of music—passionately upbeat, gently lyrical or brilliant, elegant—V. in the 19th century. became the most popular dance among all sections of European society, as well as an extremely widespread musical genre. Viennese V. was especially famous thanks to the creative activity of I. Lanner, I. Strauss, the father, and I. Strauss, the son. Their waltzes were combined into cycles of miniatures ("Walzer-Kette" - "chain of waltzes"). An important contribution to the poetization of V. was made by F. Schubert. Over time, V. appear in the form of larger instrumental works, most often for the pianoforte or symphony orchestra, approaching romantic poetic genres (K. M. Weber, F. Chopin, F. Liszt). The symphonization of V. is especially characteristic of Russian music (M. I. Glinka, P. I. Tchaikovsky, A. K. Glazunov, and S. S. Prokofiev). V. continued to be created in the form of lyrical miniatures and their cycles (R. Schumann, I. Brahms, E. Grieg). Genre V. can serve as the basis of a romance, opera aria, part of a cyclical work - a suite, a symphony (G. Berlioz, P. I. Tchaikovsky). Widely used in ballet, operetta, music for drama, movies, etc.
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