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Sabre Dance
“Sabre Dance” is a movement in the final act of Aram Khachaturian’s ballet Gayane (1942), where the dancers display their skill with sabres. It is Khachaturian’s best known and most recognizable work. Its middle section is based on an unnamed Armenian folk song. According to Tigran Mansurian, it is a synthesis of an Armenian wedding dance tune from Gyumri tied in a saxophone counterpoint “that seems to come straight from America.
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馬刀舞曲
《馬刀舞曲》又譯《劍舞》,是阿拉姆·哈恰圖良最著名的作品,源自於1942年首演的《加雅涅》(Gayane)芭蕾舞劇中的主題音樂,指的是劇中居民出征前的戰鬥舞蹈,節奏非常強烈快速,以短短2分鐘半之旋律,給人有一股強烈的壓迫感,同時展現旺盛的生命鬥志。
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Sabre Dance
Aram Khachaturian

 

SABRE DANCE
Khachaturian

 

Sabre Dance
Chinese violin and accordion