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Gypsy's Dance Picks for March 4th

So a friend of mine calls today National Parade day (fathom that one). I couldn't bring myself to post 3 marches, but marches are dances, right? So 3 dances it is:

Jean-Phillipe Rameau Rigaudon from Suite in E or Les Fêtes d'Hébé (go to CD 2 track 19). There's also a great transcription played by the fabulous Calefax Reed Quintet (track 15) in an arrangement Suite Le Rappel des Oiseaux. Supposedly the dance song is called J'ai du bon tabac. Either way, a fun little jaunt.

Leoš Janáček III. Allegro from Mládí. This is a cute march, featuring that toy instrument I sometimes play.

The above 2 are short. If you go 1 movement at a time below, those go by fairly quickly as well:

Astor Piazzolla Five Tango Sensations. I'm fighting I. Asleep as I type - gotta get back on a more normal schedule.

Gypsy's Weekly 3

Just things I like:

Robert Schumann Symphony No. 3 in E flat "Rhenish"

Johannes Brahms Double Concerto - for Violin, 'Cello, and Orchestra

Astor Piazzolla 5 Tango Sensations Piazzolla on bandeneon with the Kronos Quartet.

Averaging in at 30 minutes per pieces (+ or -), take these pieces at face value. Got in from traveling, unpacked, laundry, reading 1gm, and now to rest up for tomorrow's shovel fest and workathon.