Bartok, Bela

Bartok: 44 violin duos

Chun, Jennifer;
Chun, Angela
nr katalogowy
HMU 907501
Although the young Béla Bartók was a fervent Hungarian patriot, he long shared the prejudices of the educated bourgeoisie about Hungarian music: he too considered the music of the so-called "gypsy bands", which entertained their audiences in the big city and had provided models for Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies and the Hungarian Dances of Johannes Brahms, to be the real Hungarian folk music • In 1904, however, he heard a maid singing a folk song to a child, and for him that was the entrance to what he usually called 'peasant music' for lack of a better name. "Now I have a new plan", he wrote to his sister, "to collect the best Hungarian folk songs and to raise them to the level of art music by adding the best possible piano accompaniment" • The following year he met Zoltán Kodály, who was already an experienced music ethnologist. In 1906 they began to collect folk songs with the help of phonographs and wax cylinders. Bartók continued this work until the end of the First World War and came as far as North Africa. In the course of this fieldwork he collected almost 10,000 melodies and, together with Kodály, created the basis for all later research in this field • Encouraged by his conversion zeal for folk music, Bartók wrote a number of educational compositions. The years after 1930 were particularly fruitful in this respect and culminated in the microcosm, 153 in the difficulty of progressive piano pieces. In December 1930, Erich Doflein, a German violin teacher, asked if he could arrange some of the pieces from Bartók's piano collection Für Kinder für zwei Violinen and publish them in his school violin work. Bartók decided to write new works, and so some of the compositions that would later become the 44 Duos were first published by Doflein; they were finally published as a completed work in 1933. Originally the duos were Hungarian, Slovak, Walachian, Ruthenian, Romanian, Serbian, Arabic, Transylvanian and Ukrainian chants and dances; but they turned out to be so successful that in 1936 Bartók finally arranged a handful of them as Petite Suite for piano. • John Henken
Muzyka klasyczna
Harmonia Mundi
data wydania
EAN / kod kreskowy
Bartok: 44 violin duos

(Produkt nie został jeszcze oceniony)

cena 58,00


Produkt dostępny.

Wysyłka w ciągu 3 dni roboczych

Darmowa wysyłka dla zamówień powyżej 300 zł!

Darmowy kurier dla zamówień powyżej 500 zł!

sprawdź koszty wysyłki

Produktu jeszcze nie zrecenzowano, chcesz być pierwszy?

Klienci, którzy kupili ten produkt, kupili również

Ellis, David

Ellis: Concert Music

DDA 25119

Caldara, Antonio

Caldara: Missa Dolorosa


Mahler, Gustav

Mahler: Symphony No. 9

ACC 10214

Haydn, Joseph

Haydn: Chamber Music for Wind and Strings

C 10719

Cavalli, Francesco

Cavalli: Artemisia

GCD 920918

różni kompozytorzy

CANTABILE - Classical Favourites for Relaxing and Dreaming


Senallie, Jean-Baptiste

Senallie: Sonates Pour Violon Et Basse C

K 617164

Schubert, Franz

SCHUBERT: Piano Sonatas Nos. 2, 3, 6


Strauss, Johann Jr

Strauss, J: Wiener Blut


Wagner, Richard

WAGNER: Der Fliegende Hollander


Sibelius, Jean

SIBELIUS: Tone Poems


różni kompozytorzy

Joan Sutherland & Marilyn Horne - Gala Konzert

DVD 100262

Ravel, Maurice

Ravel: Works

C 71093

różni kompozytorzy

Russian Opera Classics : Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh, Eugene Onegin, Pique Dame, Boris Godunov

OA 1203BD

Rameau, Jean-Philippe

Rameau: L'Orchestre de Louis XV - suity orkiestrowe z oper Les Indes Galantes, Naïs, Zoroastre, Les Boréades

AVSA 9882

Pozostałe płyty tego kompozytora

Bartok, Bela

WYCOFANY Bartok: Music for Strings Percussion and Celesta

CAL 9335

Bartok, Bela

Bartok; Music For Strings Percussion & Celeste, Concerto

PR 54047

różni kompozytorzy

A Tribute To Rudolf Barshai

ICAB 5136

różni kompozytorzy

César Franck, Claude Debussy, George Enescu, Mihail Jora, Béla Bartók


Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bartok, Bela, Kurtág, György

MONUMENT - Bach / Kurtág & Béla Bartók

FUG 710

Bartok, Bela

BARTOK: Violin Concerto No. 2; Concerto For Orchestra

Alpha 205

różni kompozytorzy



Bartok, Bela

Bartok The Wooden Prince


różni kompozytorzy

Images for piano: Crumb, Debussy, Bartók, Adams

FDS 58006

Bartok, Bela

Bartok: Le Mandarin merveilleux

HMC 901777

Bartok, Bela

BARTOK: Piano Concertos 1-3


różni kompozytorzy

Fine Arts Quartet at WFMT Radio


Ravel, Maurice, Bartok, Bela

Ravel & Bartok


Bartok, Bela

WYCOFANY Bartok: Complete String Quartets

HMM 907661.62

Bartok, Bela

Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra; Piano Concerto no. 3

HMM 902262

Pozostałe płyty tego wykonawcy

Glass, Philip, Muhly, Nico

Glass: In the Summer House ,Mad Rush / Muhly: 4 Studies, Honest Music

HMU 907599