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BARTOK, B.: 3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District / 4 Dirges / Mikrokosmos, Vol. 6 (L. Kertesz)

BARTOK, B.: 3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District / 4 Dirges / Mikrokosmos, Vol. 6 (L. Kertesz)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Lajos Kertesz

Soloist

Venue:

The Hungaroton Studio, Törökbálint, Hungary



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 39:48
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BARTOK, B.: 3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District / 4 Dirges / Mikrokosmos, Vol. 6 (L. Kertesz)

     
 

BELA BARTOK

     
 

3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District, BB 45b

 
2 No. 2. L'istesso tempo 1:31
     
3 

3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District, BB 45b

0:47
     
 

4 Dirges, BB 58

 
4 No. 1. Adagio 1:57
5 No. 2. Andante 2:16
6 No. 3. Poco lento 2:01
7 No. 4. Assai andante 3:13
     
 

Mikrokosmos, BB 105, Vol. 6

 
8 No. 140. Free Variations 1:44
9 No. 141. Subject and Reflection 1:20
10 No. 142. From the Diary of a Fly 1:23
11 No. 143. Divided Arpeggios 2:29
12 No. 144. Minor Seconds, Major Sevenths 4:43
13 No. 145. Chromatic Invention III (version A) 1:15
14 No. 145. Chromatic Invention III (version B) 1:16
15 No. 146. Ostinato 2:17
16 No. 147. March 2:01
17 No. 148. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm I 1:58
18 No. 149. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm II 1:11
19 No. 150. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm III 1:26
20 No. 151. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm IV 1:38
21 No. 152. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm V 1:15
22 No. 153. Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm VI 2:07
     
 Lajos Kertesz Soloist


Béla Bartók’s Three Hungarian Folksongs from the Csík District are the product of his early collaboration with Zoltán Kodály, collecting and transcribing folk-tunes throughout Eastern Europe. The solemn Four Dirges express an acceptance of mortality through affirmation and serene restraint. The climax of a remarkable collection, volume 6 of Mikrokosmos includes technically demanding concert pieces of considerable complexity. Part of the tradition from which Bartók himself emerged, award-winning Hungarian pianist Lajos Kertész includes Kodály amongst his teachers. This is the first of four volumes of his recordings of Bartók’s piano music.

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