Slovakian Boys’ Dance


Slovakian Boys’ Dance is the third piece in the collection Ten Easy Pieces dating from 1908 by Béla Bartók. It is an improver level piano piece and a rhythmic movement with a strong repetitive element. Based on a folk tune it is quite a short piece lasting about 45 seconds. The realisation plays back at 132 quarter note beats to the minute. The score is quite detailed and like much of Bartok’s music pianistic and easier to play than it sounds. This type of movement is excellent for developing a secure piano technique. The composer was interested in folk music and composing music for educational purposes. The Ten Easy Pieces feature pentatonic scales, references to modes, off beat rhythms and ostinati.





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