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  1. Playful, lively, and fast-paced, Lewis Norfleet ’s percussion arrangement of Dance of the Tumblers from the The Snow Maiden requires lightness, buoyancy, and ensemble awareness from its performers. The arrangement is written for 13 medium-to-advanced players with most mallet parts designed to be played with two mallets.
  2. About 'Dance of the Tumblers (Danse des Bouffons)'. Artist: Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (biography) (sheet music) Born: , Tikhvin. Died: , Lyubensk. The Artist: Russian composer and teacher of classical music particularly noted for his fine orchestration.
  3. Jan 15,  · Rimsky-Korsakov composed an opera based on the same story. It premiered in at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg. His piece is often translated as “Dance of the Buffoons” or “Dance of the Tumblers.”. Not surprisingly, Tchaikovsky wasn’t pleased that Rimsky-Korsakov wrote his own Snow laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo wrote to his friend (and publisher) Pyotr .
  4. Dance of the Tumblers Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov/arr. Todd Parrish - Highland/Etling Publishing Shifting is required for 1st violins, cellos, and basses, while 2nd violins and violas get exceptionally rich parts of sixteenth notes and melody throughout. This energetic dance will be a welcome challenge.
  5. DANCE OF THE TUMBLERS. Composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Edited by Terry Vosbein. Description. This lively episode from The Snow Maiden is a standard in orchestral repertoire. A delightful concert piece, this skillfully crafted transcription gives the woodwinds an exciting challenge. An enhancement to any program!
  6. Playful, lively, and fast-paced, Lewis Norfleet’s percussion arrangement of Dance of the Tumblers from the The Snow Maiden requires lightness, buoyancy, and ensemble awareness from its performers. The arrangement is written for 13 medium-to-advanced players with most mallet parts designed to be played with two mallets.
  7. Dance of the Tumblers. (from "The Snow Maiden") Rimsky-Korsakoff/arr. Sandra Dackow - Tempo Press. Click to review. This delightful work by Rimsky-Korsakoff will be a great selection for any concert, and is especially suitable for festivals or contests. Recorded by Michigan State University Orchestra on the CD Teaching Music Through Performance in Orchestra Volume 1 .

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