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BARTOK, B.: Piano Music, Vol. 6 (Jando) - The First Term at the Piano / 4 Piano Pieces / Petits morceaux / 2 Elegies

    

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BARTOK, B.: Piano Music, Vol. 6 (Jando) - The First Term at the Piano / 4 Piano Pieces / Petits morceaux / 2 Elegies

Bartók’s early piano works demonstrate his Lisztian flair as a virtuoso pianist, and nowhere more so than the ambitious Study for the Left Hand, the first of his Four Piano Pieces. The second of the set owes even more to Liszt, as indeed do the exciting Two Elegies. Bartók made a piano transcription of the last two sections of his own nationalist symphonic poem, Kossuth, in the form of a Funeral March. He similarly arranged two of his song transcriptions under the title Petits Morceaux. First Term at the Piano is a series of delightful teaching pieces.


Bartok, Bela

  4 Piano Pieces, BB 27
1.   No. 1. Study for the Left Hand 00:10:42
2.   No. 2. Fantasy 1 00:05:09
3.   No. 3. Fantasy 2 00:03:47
4.   No. 4. Scherzo 00:08:51
  Kossuth, BB 31, Tableau 10: Marche funebre (arr. for piano)
5.   Kossuth, BB 31, Tableau 10: Marche funebre (arr. for piano) 00:04:22
  Petits morceaux, BB 38
6.   No. 1. Adagio (arr. of Add ream csokodat, el kell mennem (Kiss me, for I have to say farewell), BB 37, No. 2) 00:02:43
7.   No. 2. Moderato (arr. of Oszi szello (Autumn Breeze), BB 24, No. 1) 00:01:18
  2 Elegies, Op. 8b, BB 49
8.   No. 1. Grave 00:07:25
9.   No. 2. Molto adagio sempre rubato 00:08:12
  The First Term at the Piano, BB 66
10.   No. 1. Moderato 00:00:39
11.   No. 2. Moderato 00:00:43
12.   No. 3. Parbeszed (Dialogue): Moderato 00:00:31
13.   No. 4. Parbeszed (Dialogue): Moderato 00:00:40
14.   No. 5. Moderato 00:00:39
15.   No. 6. Moderato 00:01:08
16.   No. 7. Nepdal (Folksong): Moderato 00:00:55
17.   No. 8. Andante 00:01:01
18.   No. 9. Andante 00:00:47
19.   No. 10. Nepdal (Folksong): Allegro 00:01:14
20.   No. 11. Menuett: Andante 00:00:49
21.   No. 12. Kanasztanc (Swineherd's dance): Allegro 00:01:29
22.   No. 13. Hol jartal, baranykam - nepdal (Where have you been, my lambkin - folksong): Andante 00:00:52
23.   No. 14. Andante 00:01:01
24.   No. 15. Lakodalmas (Wedding dance): Moderato 00:00:32
25.   No. 16. Paraszttanc (Peasant's dance): Allegro moderato 00:00:19
26.   No. 17. Allegro deciso 00:00:30
27.   No. 18. Keringo (Waltz): Tempo di valse 00:00:37

Total Playing Time: 01:06:55






Composer(s):
Bartok, Bela

Artist(s):
Jando, Jeno

Label: Naxos

Genre: Instrumental

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.572376

Barcode: 747313237678

Physical Release: 08/2011

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