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Béla Bartók - Roland Keller - Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 (Works For Piano From 1903-1911) flac album

Béla Bartók - Roland Keller - Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 (Works For Piano From 1903-1911) flac album
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Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 (Works For Piano From 1903-1911)
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Piano, Liner Notes – Roland Keller. Recording Supervisor – Andreas Spreer. Instrument: Steinways & Sons. Recorded in Wohnstift Augustinum Stuttgart July 1981. Technical Equipement by Südwest Tonstudio GmbH, Stuttgart. Cover Picture: Rumanian Painting "Wedding Dance" signed by Sofia, Doclean dated 1970 (Archive for Art and History, Berlin). Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 ‎(CD, Album). Béla Bartók - Roland Keller. Béla Bartók - Roland Keller - Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 (Works For Piano From 1903-1911) ‎(LP, RE). Saphir.

Este' (Evening) for Voice and Piano. Béla Bartók Music High School.

Opus Numbers: Bartok gave opus numbers 1-31 to his early works composed between 1894. With the composition of the Piano Sonata in 1894 he began again at 1 and gave opus numbers up through 21 before stopping. With the Rhapsody for Piano (1904), Bartok started assigning opus numbers for the final time, this time only giving opus numbers to what he considered major works. After the Violin Sonata N. (1921) received O. 1, Bartok discontinued assigning opus numbers to his works

Bartók: Works For Piano Solo. The most amazing solo piano composition by Bela Bartok has been omitted, namely, Bartok's piano version of his CONCERTO FOR ORCHESTRA.

1899–1903 – after graduating from the Gymnasium he studies composition and piano at the Budapest Academy of Music. 1904 – world premiere of his symphonic poem Kossuth in Manchester. 1905 – composes Rhapsody for piano and orchestra, the first of Bartók’s works which will be published. His early works are characterized by Hungarian nationalism. He promotes the recognition of the Hungarian peasant song as an idiosyncratic folk art and defines its individual peculiarity as opposed to the music in the city. 1911 – composes the piano piece Allegro barbaro and the opera Bluebeard’s Castle. 1913 – trip to the oasis of Biskra to study Arab music. 1914–1919 – composes the ballets The Wooden Prince (1914-1916), Budapest (1917) and The Miraculous Mandarin (1918/19). 1923 – First world success with Dance Suite for orchestra. 1924 – Publication of scientific paper The Hungarian folk song.

Principal Works of Béla Bartók (1881-1945). Works with Opus Numbers. Rhapsody for piano and orchestra, Op. 1, 1904. Scherzo (Burlesque), Op. 2, orchestra 1904. Suite No. 1, Op. 3, orchestra, 1905 (revised c. 1920). Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs for piano, Op. 20, 1920. Works without Opus Numbers. The Danube, piano, 1892. Four Songs (texts by Lajos Posa), 1902.

Béla Bartók: Béla Bartók, Hungarian composer, pianist, ethnomusicologist, and teacher, noted for the Hungarian flavour of his major musical works, which include orchestral works, string quartets, piano solos, several stage works, a cantata, and a number of settings of folk songs for voice and piano. The composer’s son Peter, a recording engineer (from 1949) who worked with Folkways Records, was a crucial figure in the dissemination of American folk and avant-garde music on LP records. Though Béla Bartók’s music was infrequently performed outside Hungary during his lifetime, many of his compositions, including the string quartets and the Concerto for Orchestra, later entered the standard concert repertory. Within a quarter century after his death, many of Bartók’s works had been recognized as belonging among the classics of Western music.

Tracklist

Klavierstücke Op.8
A1 Rumänischer Tanz Op. 8a/1 4:34
A2 Burleske Op. 8c/1 (Zänkerei) 1:58
A3 Elegie Op. 8b/1 5:23
A4 Burleske Op. 8c/2 (Etwas Angeheitert) 1:58
A5 Elegie Op. 8b/2 7:12
A6 Burleske Op. 8c/3 2:03
A7 Rumänischer Tanz Op. 8a/2 3:31
B1 Trauermarsch Aus Der Sinfonischen Dichtung "Kossuth" - Bearbeitung Für Klavier Vom Komponisten 4:31
B2 Drei Volkslieder Aus Dem Komitat Csik 2:57
B3 Allegro Barbaro 2:49
Zwei Bilder Op. 10 - Bearbeitung Für Klavier Vom Komponisten
B4 In Voller Blüte 6:48
B5 Dorftanz 7:16

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Intercord
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intercord

Credits

  • Composed By – Béla Bartók
  • Cover [Painter] – Sofia (tracks: Sofia Doclean)
  • Engineer [Sound Supervision] – Andreas Neubronner
  • Liner Notes [English] – Kenneth L. Johnson
  • Piano, Liner Notes [German] – Roland Keller
  • Recording Supervisor – Andreas Spreer

Notes

Instrument: Steinways & Sons. Recorded in Wohnstift Augustinum Stuttgart July 1981. Technical Equipement by Südwest Tonstudio GmbH, Stuttgart. Cover Picture: Rumanian Painting "Wedding Dance" signed by Sofia Doclean dated 1970 (Archive for Art and History, Berlin). Printed in Germany.
A Digital Recording
Direct Metal Mastering - DMM
Intercord Klassische Diskothek

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: 4226
  • Barcode: 4006751308125

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INT 160.840 Béla Bartók - Roland Keller Béla Bartók - Roland Keller - Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 (Works For Piano From 1903-1911) ‎(LP, Album) Intercord INT 160.840 Germany 1982
INT 830.812 Béla Bartók Klavierwerke Aus Der Zeit Von 1903-1911 ‎(CD, Album) Saphir INT 830.812 Germany 1985