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Piano accompaniment backing tracks

Bartok: Suite Paysanne Hongoise


Price:  6.00 / ($7.26 / €6.96 )


Bartok: Suite Paysanne Hongoise
Includes accompaniments for:
✓ Performance version

Practice version (optional)




The Suite Paysanne Hongroise consists of a collection of Hungarian peasant songs written by Bartok, compiled and arranged into a suite by Paul Arma. Please note: the 'practice' version is from the Scherzo onwards, not the opening 4 movements/dances.


These piano accompaniment tracks help make practising more effective and enjoyable! They are recorded by a professional accompanist and can help you keep in tune and in time, as you listen to the piano part for this work. Many customers have found them a cost-effective alternative to hiring a pianist in the early stages of learning a new piece, whether that be for an exam, recital, audition or simply for fun!




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Bartok: Suite Paysanne Hongoise

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Movement 1: 2 click-beats at beginning to set pulse before flute enters.

Movement 3 (Poco rubato): Click-beats accompany the first three bars where piano is silent, flute should start playing on the first click-beat

Movement 4 (Andante): Click-beats accompany the first part of the first bar, flute should start on the first click-beat

Vielles danses -
1 (Allegro): two crotchet click-beats set pulse at start of dance.
2 (Allegretto): click-beats accompany first three crotchet beats of this dance.
3 (Allegretto): 2 crotchet click-beats set pulse before dance starts.
4 (L'istesso tempo): Repeat is included.
7 (Poco piu vivo): 2 crotchet click-beats set pulse before dance starts. Repeat is included.
8 (Allegro): 2 crotchet click-beats set pulse before dance starts.


Other works by Bartok
Other short works for flute



Suite Paysanne Hongroise (practice)


This practice version is included for free when the track above is purchased.
This track consists of a slower version of the Scherzo and the 9 subsequent dances.



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