Bartok's six Romanian Folk Dances were originally written for piano solo in 1915, before Zoltan Szekely arranged them for violin and piano. Each brief dance uses a melody from a different region of Romanian/Transylvania, which would have originally been played on a fiddle or shepherd's flute.
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