Béla Bartók: A Research and Information Guide (Routledge by Elliott Antokoletz

By Elliott Antokoletz

This study consultant is an annotated bibliography of basic and secondary assets and  catalogue of Bartók’s compositions. because the booklet of the second one version, a wealth of data has been proliferating within the box of Bartók learn. The 3rd variation of this study consultant presents an replace during this box and represents the multidisciplinary examine parts within the transforming into Bartók literature.

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Párnás-tánc [Cushion Dance] Vol. II: 15. Katonanóta [Soldier’s Song] 16. Burleszk 17. Menetelő nóta [Marching Song] 18. Menetelő nóta 19. Mese [Fairy Tale] 20. Dal [Song] 21. Újévköszöntő [New Year’s Greeting] 22. Szúnyogtánc [Mosquito Dance] 23. Menyasszony-búcsúztató [Wedding Song] 24. Tréfás nóta [Gay Song] 25. Magyar nóta [Hungarian Song] Vol. III: 26. Ugyan édes komámasszony [Teasing Song] 27. Sántatánc [Limping Dance] 28. Bánkódás [Sorrow] 29. Újévköszöntő [New Year’s Greeting] 30. Újévköszöntő 31.

2 also appears as No. 14 (“Ma Mie qui danse”) of the Bagatelles, Op. 6 Cat—Sz 37, BB 48b 71. Két kép (Deux Images) [Two Pictures] Op. 10 (also arranged for piano) 1. Virágzás [In Full Flower] 2. A falu tánca [Village Dance] Date—August 1910, Budapest; piano version, c. 1911 Perf—February 25, 1913, Philharmonic Society (István Kerner), Budapest Pub—Rózsavölgyi 1912, Boosey & Hawkes 1950, Zeneműkiadó 1953; same for piano version Cat—Sz 46, BB 59 72. Négy zenekari darab [Four Orchestral Pieces] Op.

267. 34 See Benjamin Suchoff, “Program Notes for the Concerto for Orchestra,” Béla Bartók: A Celebration (New York: Book-of-the-Month Records, 1981), pp. 6ff. ; for a detailed analysis of this work in terms of progression and integration, based on the interaction of diatonic, octatonic, and whole-tone sets, as well as the generation of interval cycles, see Antokoletz, The Music of Béla Bartók, Chaps. VII and VIII. 36 See Tibor Serly, “A Belated Account of the Reconstruction of a 20th Century Masterpiece,” College Music Symposium 12 (1975): 7–25; see also Sándor Kovács, “Reexamining the Bartók/Serly Viola Concerto,” Studia musicologica 23 (1981): 295–322.

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