Russian Dance from The NutcrakerBy Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky / arr. Donald Fraser Item: 38-F672
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This vigorous 'Russian Dance' appears in Act 2 of The Nutcracker ballet. Tchaikovsky utilized the Cossack Trepak dance of his homeland for this exciting movement, contrasting effectively with the more serene dances in the same act such as 'Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy' and 'Dance of the Reed Flutes.' String players will enjoy playing this rousing concert piece.