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  1. Piano Music of Bela Bartok, Series I: The Archive Edition by Bela Bartok, 2010-08-19
  2. 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs: Piano Solo (BH Piano)
  3. Bela Bartok Essays by Bela Bartok, 1992-10-01
  4. Allegro Barbaro and Other Short Works for Solo Piano by Bela Bartok, 1998-03-04
  5. Bartók Perspectives: Man, Composer, and Ethnomusicologist
  6. The Music of Bela Bartok: A Study of Tonality and Progression in Twentieth-Century Music by Elliott Antokoletz, 1990-01-11
  7. Béla Bartók and Turn-of-the-Century Budapest by Judit Frigyesi, Judith Frigyesi, 2000-09-04
  8. Bela Bartok: An Analysis of His Music by Erno Lendvai, 2005-08-01
  9. Mikrokosmos Volume 2 (Pink) (BH Piano)
  10. The Life and Music of Béla Bartók by Halsey Stevens, 1993-03-18
  11. Bela Bartok - Concerto for Orchestra: The Masterworks Library (Boosey & Hawkes Masterworks Library)
  12. Mikrokosmos: 153 Progressive Piano Pieces: New Definitive Edition: Volume 1 by Bela; Bartok, Peter (foreword) Bartok, 1987
  13. Bartok: 44 Duets Volume I (No. 1-25) for Two Violins by Bela Bartok, 1960
  14. Mikrokosmos Volume 1 (Pink): Piano Solo (BH Piano)

1. Musik, Biographie, Bilder: Bela Bartok Im COMPUTERGARTEN Am 25.M
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2. Bela Bartok Zeitleiste Timeline COMPUTERGARTEN 25.Mrz
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(Ungarn, jetzt Rumnien, Sinnicolau) 1881 Born in Nagyszentmikls, Hungary (now Sinnicolau Mare, Romania) on March 25. Die Mutter erteilt ihm Klavierunterricht. piano lessons by his mother Tod seines Vaters. Death of his father Umzug nach Nagyszollow (jetzt Vinogradov, Ukraine), wo seine Mutter eine Arbeit als Lehrerin annimmt. Moving to Nagyszollow (now Vinogradov, Ukraine), where his mother takes a job as a schoolteacher. writing his first compositions. Umzug nach Pozsony
(jetzt Bratislava, Slowakei). Moving to Pozsony
(now Bratislava, Slovakia). Umzug nach Budapest, Beginn des Studiums an der Musik-Akademie Budapest in Klavier und Komposition Moving to Budapest, beginning of studies in piano and composition at the Academy of Music

3. Béla Bartók - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Bart k, B la. 1994. Bart k at the Piano. Hungaroton 12326. 6CD set. Bart k, B la. 1995a. Bartok Plays Bartok - Bartok At The Piano 1929–41.éla_Bartók
Béla Bartók
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the 20th century composer. For other uses, see Bartok (disambiguation)
The native form of this personal name is Bartók Béla . This article uses the Western name order
Béla Bartók in 1927 Béla Viktor János Bartók (pronounced /ˈbɑrtɒk/ (Wells 1990), [ˈbeːlɒ ˈbɒrtoːk] ) (March 25, 1881 – September 26, 1945) was a Hungarian composer and pianist . He is considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century and is regarded, along with Liszt , as Hungary's greatest composer (Gillies 2001). Through his collection and analytical study of folk music , he was one of the founders of ethnomusicology

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B la Bart k (18811945), the great Hungarian composer, was one of the most significant musicians of the twentieth century. He shared with his friend Zolt n Kod ly, another
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, which showed him, as he later recalled, "there was a way of composing which seemed to hold the seeds of a new life." Combining his new enthusiasm for Strauss with his youthful Hungarian nationalism, in 1903 Bartók produced his first major work, the symphonic poem, Kossuth , honoring Lajos Kossuth, hero of the Hungarian revolution of 1848.
Piros alma ("Red Apple"). He then interviewed her to find out what other songs she knew. This encounter was the beginning of Bartók's lifetime fascination with folk music. Two years later Bartók was introduced to Kodály, who soon became his closest friend. Kodály had already begun to collect recordings of Hungarian folk music using an Edison cylinder. Bartók began his collecting in Hungary's Békés County in 1906.
Unlike Kodály, Bartók also became interested in other folk traditions, studying the folk music of Romanians, Slovakians, Serbs, Croatians, Bulgarians, Turks, and North Africans as well as Hungarians. In 1906, while visiting Algeria, Bartók had a vision of how he might begin to order scattered folk tunes of the world. This, as he recalled, ended any desire on his part for the kind of career others had projected for him, as "the future master of the most charming salon music." Afterwards, the main task of his life was to collect, analyze, and catalogue major portions of the world's folk music.

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7. Bela Bartok, Unitarian Universalist Biographical Dictionary
B la Bart k, Jr. wrote Ap m let nek kr nik ja/Chronicle of my father's life (1981) and Bart k B la m hely ben/In Bart k's workshop (1982).
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Note: Click on highlighted composition names to hear MIDI excerpts. Also Sprach Zarathustra Kossuth , honoring Lajos Kossuth, hero of the Hungarian revolution of 1848. Piros alma Bluebeard's Castle The Wooden Prince , 1917, and the ballet-pantomime The Miraculous Mandarin Written in a more dissonant musical style than his earlier dramatic works, The Miraculous Mandarin Dance Suite , written in 1923 for the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of the city of Budapest, helped to establish him as an important modern composer. In 1926 he composed a series of major works for piano, including the first of his three piano concertos. His third Mikrokosmos Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta , 1936, the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion , 1937, and Divertimento , 1939. Clarinetist Benny Goodman commissioned Contrasts , for clarinet, violin, and piano, 1938. Two other major works of this period were a violin concerto, 1938, and the last string quartet, 1939. Concerto for Orchestra
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9. Bartok, Bela - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Bartok, Bela
Bart k, B la (1881–1945) Hungarian composer. His works are influenced by folk music and often use modality. His music is highly dissonant and contrapuntal, but not atonal(see, Bela

10. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Bartók
Teacher, ethnomusicologist, and pianist, B la Bart k has come to be regarded as one of the most influential Modern composers of the twentieth century, along with Claude Debussy,
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Claude Debussy Arnold Schoenberg Igor Stravinsky Paul Hindemith , and Anton Webern . His influence crossed borders, especially strong in postwar Eastern Europe, where the most talented of the new composers followed him, in France where his disciples included second greatest living composer. Franz Liszt pupil, and composition with Hans Koessler, who in turn had studied with Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Richard Strauss Kossuth Bluebeard's Castle (1911), which owes much to Debussy's 1902 Rite of Spring . He wasn't alone, as one can see in roughly contemporary works by such composers as Prokofiev and Honegger. His major works of this time include the ballet The Miraculous Mandarin (1919; orch. 1924), 3 Studies for Piano (1918), Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs (1922), and the two violin sonatas (1921-22). This most radical phase of his output lasted until 1926.

11. Bart K B La Eml Kh Z
Budapest exhibit hall reconstructed from his home. Includes photo gallery and concert schedule. English and Magyar.
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A Csaln t nevezetes hza, amely ma a magyar zene legnagyobb gniusznak emlkt rzi s hirdeti, 1924-ben plt a budai erdk-dombok tvben. A krnyk, a Pasart feletti lankk dsan pompz kertjeivel, ritks lakhzaival, azokban az vekben mg inkbb volt rsze egy amolyan, mai szval "tjvdelmi krzetnek", mint a zajos fvrosnak...
The renowned house on Csaln Road, which guards and promulgates the memory of the greatest genius of Hungarian music, was built in the skirts of the forests-hills of Buda in 1924. In those years, the neighbourhood, with exuberantly splendid gardens and only a few houses, was more a part of what we would call it today - a "landscape protection district", than the noisy Capital... 2007-2009 Bartk Bla Memorial House

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13. Bartok, Bela Definition Of Bartok, Bela In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Bart k, B la . Born Mar. 25, 1881, in Nagyszentmikl s, Transylvania; died Sept. 26, 1945, in New York. Hungarian composer, pianist, musicologist, and folklorist., Bela

14. Bartók, Béla: Baker's Student Encyclopedia Of Music
great Hungarian composer; b. Nagyszentmikl s (now Sinnicolau Mare, Romania), Mar. 25, 1881; d. N.Y., Sept. 26, 1945. Bart k's mother gave him his first piano lessons.

15. Bela Bartok- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
BARTOK Bela Bartok A Portrait (JOHNSON) Naxos Educational 8.558200-01 Concertos, Ballet, Orchestral, Chamber Music, Instrumental BARTOK Bluebeard's Castle
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Orchestral Music Concerto for Orchestra , commissioned by Koussevitzky for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The two Violin Concertos are important additions to the solo violin repertoire, as is the Viola Concerto Divertimento for strings and the challenging Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta . The energetic Romanian Dances appear in various versions, including one for solo violin and string orchestra, arranged from an original piano composition. Stage Music The Wooden Prince . The pantomime The Miraculous Mandarin Chamber Music String Quartets are a significant and important part of repertoire, extending the musical and technical range of the form. The 44 Duos for two violins are primarily educational compositions, but make attractive concert pieces in various groupings suggested by the composer, while the Sonata for solo violin Violin Sonatas date from the early 1920s, while

16. Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Bartók Béla National Concert Hall Budapest, 5 October -
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Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Bartók Béla National Concert Hall Budapest, 5 October
Share "Today, Eleftheria Arvanitaki has perhaps the best known Greek voice in the world. Her charismatic personality has not just conquered international concert halls: she has been one of the most loved singers in her native country since the eighties. Her concerts offer a unique experience and you don’t have to know Greek not to be moved by the passion and clarity of her vocal style.
She started in the late seventies, singing to friends in a taverna when her remarkable voice was discovered. She sings traditional rembetika songs which is the most characteristic style of Greek urban music. Since then, she has established herself as one of the leading rembetika performers, but her repertoire extends from jazz to rock via African music and much else besides.
Her voice has inspired great Greek and international composers, and she made her latest record – a selection of Spanish, Cuban, Greek and other compositions – with two time Grammy winner, Javier Limon.

17. Bartok, Bela Biography -
B la Bartok, born S nnicolau Mare, 25 March 1881, died New York, 26 September 1945. In 1899 he entered the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest.
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Bla Bartok, born Snnicolau Mare, 25 March 1881, died New York, 26 September 1945. In 1899 he entered the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest. By 1905 he had begun to study Hungarian folk music and in 1906 he and Kodaly published a collection of these folk songs. Works include many piano pieces, piano concertos, vocal works, one opera, chamber music and orchestral works.
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Bela Bartok - Selected Works Piano Masters Series By Bela Bartok. Edited by Dale Tucker. Classical piano. Level: intermediate. 32 pages. Published by Warner Brothers. (ELM00028)
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By Bela Bartok. Edited by Dale Tucker. Classical piano. Level: intermediate. 36 pages. Published by Warner Brothers. (0243B)
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Bart k, B la (bā`lə b r`tŏk, Hung. bā`l b r`tōk), 1881–1945, Hungarian composer and collector of folk music. He studied (1899–1903) and later taught piano at theók, Béla

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