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Title: Bartók for Orchestra
Otros títulos: Bartok Orchestral Music
Two Portraits, Op. 5
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Béla Bartók; Zoltán Kodály; Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra; Adam Fischer
Código CDU: Ba.06
Forma Musical: Orchestral music ; Percussion and celesta with string orchestra ; Suites (String orchestra) ; Concertos (Violin) ; Orchestral music, Arranged.
Abstract: Through his far-reaching endeavors as composer, performer, educator, and ethnomusicolgist, Béla Bartók emerged as one of the most forceful and influential musical personalities of the twentieth century. Born in Nagyszentmiklós, Hungary (now Romania), on March 25, 1881, Bartók began his musical training with piano studies at the age of five, foreshadowing his lifelong affinity for the instrument. Following his graduation from the Royal Academy of Music in 1901 and the composition of his first mature works—most notably, the symphonic poem Kossuth (1903)—Bartók embarked on one of the classic field studies in the history of ethnomusicology. With fellow countryman and composer Zoltán Kodály, he traveled throughout Hungary and neighboring countries, collecting thousands of authentic folk songs. Bartók's immersion in this music lasted for decades, and the intricacies he discovered therein, from plangent modality to fiercely aggressive rhythms, exerted a potent influence on his own musical ...


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The Wooden Prince-Suite, Op. 13-Completo.wav 23:59 242.0Mb WAV audio Wav
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7. Two Portraits, Op. 5-One Grotesque.mp3 2:17 1.570Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
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