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Béla Bartók: Musik Für Saiteninstrumente Bb 114: Chamber Ensemble

Violin

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COMPOSER: Béla Bartók
PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
INSTRUMENTATION: Strings, Percussion, Timpani, Cello, Harp and Piano
PRODUCT FORMAT: Part
In 1936 Béla Bartók was commissioned by his Swiss patron Paul Sacher to write the “Music for Stringed Instruments, Percussion and Celesta.” What Bartók created was nothing less than one of the greatest masterworks of the 20th century that beguiles the listener through its extraordinarily refined
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Composer Béla Bartók
Editor Hartmut Fladt
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentation Strings, Percussion, Timpani, Cello, Harp and Piano
Part {Instrument} Violin
Number of pages 16
Product Format Part
Description Product Type Part
Genre Classical
ISMN 9790004342404
Series Breitkopf Urtext Edition
No. BRKOB555516
Product Dimensions 25 x 32 cm
Minimum Order Quantity Sales 3
Description
In 1936 Béla Bartók was commissioned by his Swiss patron Paul Sacher to write the “Music for Stringed Instruments, Percussion and Celesta.” What Bartók created was nothing less than one of the greatest masterworks of the 20th century that beguiles the listener through its extraordinarily refined construction and lushly expressive rhythms and melodies. Also remarkable is that Bartók jotted down the four-movement orchestral work very rapidly and without a short score. Breitkopf’s new edition is based on the autograph, on the first editions of the conducting and pocket score, and in particular on the composer’s personal copy of the pocket score, in which Bartók later entered the corrections that he had discovered - alterations that were taken into consideration for the first time in this new edition.
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