Vittorio Monti was a composer from Italy. Monti was born in Naples and attended the Conservatorio di San Pietro a Majella to learn violin and composition. About 1900, he became the conductor of Paris's famed Lamoureux Ensemble, with which he composed ballets and operettas. Csárdás is one of his documented works written for violin, mandolin, and piano in the first place. It was efficiently planned for several pairs, with the juxtaposition of short and slow passages reminding viewers of old Hungarian dances.
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