Antonin Dvorák. Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor (“Dumky”), B. (Op. 90). Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. The ‘Dumkas for piano trio’ were part of this emancipation. Dvorák composed them between November and 12 February There was little doubt in the.
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Dumky is the plural of dumka, a Ukrainian lament; dumka is a diminutive of duma, a Ukrainian epic or ballad. Except for the lively fifth dumka, each begins with slow material that recurs later in the movement, following the lively sections.
The first begins in E minor with a cello lamentation, which triio soon picked up by the violin; this breaks in later in the movement, after it has been displaced by a cheerful dance. The second movement again finds the cello taking the lead in a C sharp minor meditation, which gives way to an increasingly lively dance. For the third movement, the key shifts to A major for a lyrical interlude, which unexpectedly lurches into the minor for the faster fvorak.
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