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Romani, or Gypsy Music

Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsodies were greatly influenced by gypsy, or Romani music. Brahms, Telemann and Verdi are among the many composers were attracted to this distinctive music.

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Hungarian Rhapsody #3
The Red Violin: The Gypsies
Il trovatore: Anvil Chorus (“Vedi! Le fosche”)
La traviata: “Noi siamo zingarelle”
Carmen: Les tringles des sistres tintaient” (Bohemian Song)
Pannonia Boundless
Tzigane
Zigeunerweisen
Gypsy Sonata
Piano Quartet #1: 4th mvt (Gypsy Rondo)
Zigeungerlieder: “Brauner Bursche”
Hungarian Dance #5
Gypsy Suite II
Hungarian Rhapsody #2

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#1. What instrument was important to Romani music?

#2. Which composer was not influenced by Romani music?

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