Brahms' Hungarian Dance No. 5




Hungarian Dance No. 5 comes from a set of 21 dances completed by Johannes Brahms in 1869. Many of the melodic themes of these dances have been borrowed from traditional Hungarian music. This particular piece is borrowed from by Béla Kéler's '"Bátfai Emlék." Upon careful listening, the student will notice a great number of tempo changes during this short piece. For our purposes, these tempo changes will be overlooked for ease of performance.

You may recognize Hungarian Dance No. 5 from Looney Tunes


Audio Files

Right click, "save as"

Here is the .WAV file to listen to and enjoy

Here is the .MUS file to open in Finale Notepad"

Here is the MIDI file if you prefer a program other than Finale


Sheet Music


Here is the music for Guitar 1

Here is the music for Guitar 2

Here is the music for Guitar 3

Here is the music for Guitar 4

Here is the music for Bass Guitar

Parts Assignments:

Hungarian Dance

Gtr1- Jake, Chris
Gtr2- Spencer, Tonna
Gtr3- Tony, Andrew, Bill
Gtr4- Randy, Ocky, Lisa, Elijah
Bass- Zoey