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Bartók Béla - Piano music,III FLAC album

Performer: Bartók Béla
Genre: Classical music
Title: Piano music,III
Style: Modern
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Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, S. 06 (Bartók, Béla). O. Out of Doors, S. 1 (Bartók, Béla). P. Petite Suite for Piano, S. 05 (Bartók, Béla). Piano Concerto N., S. 3 (Bartók, Béla). 5 (Bartók, Béla). 19 (Bartók, Béla). Piano Sonata, S. 0 (Bartók, Béla). 2 Pictures, O. 4 Pieces, O. 2 (Bartók, Béla). Grotesken-Album (Various). S. Serbo-Croatian Folk Songs (Bartók, Béla).

Béla Viktor János Bartók (25 March 1881–26 September 1945) was a Hungarian composer, pianist, and collector of Eastern European and Middle Eastern folk music. In Hungarian, the family name precedes the first name, . View full artist profile. Play all. Igor Stravinsky.

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Piano Sonata: III. Allegro molto. 91 BPM. 15. Three Rondos on Slovak Folktunes: I. Andante. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at 146BPM (+4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Béla Bartók.

The Piano Concerto No. 1, Sz. 83, BB 91 of Béla Bartók was composed in 1926. Average playing time is between 23 and 24 minutes. For almost three years, Bartók had composed little. He broke that silence with several piano works, one of which was the Piano Concerto, composed between August and November 1926.

French pianist Cédric Tiberghien opens the third disc of his Bartók series with the Hungarian composer’s First Piano Sonata. Tiberghien’s rendition is heavy with rubato, giving the first movement a quirky, lurching feel – very different to the driving forward momentum of Claude Helffer or the solid pacing of Alain Planés, who have recorded the work for Harmonia Mundi. The lively Three Rondos on Slovak Folk Tunes feel clean and simply drawn compared with the darker, more complex Opus 18 Etudes that follow, before the disc culminates with Bartók’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Pianist François-Frédéric Guy and percussionists Colin Currie and Sam Walton bring a burst of colour that is slightly jolting after so much raw piano, but the ensemble’s fierce, jazzy delivery makes for an exciting climax to a disc full of personality and flair.


LPX 1299
Ten Easy Piano Pieces
A1 Peasant Song
A2 Frustration
A3 Slovakian Boy's Dance
A4 Sostenuto
A5 Evening in Transylvania
A6 Hungarian Folksong
A7 Dawn
A8 Folksong
A9 Five-Finger Exercise
A10 Bear Dance
Three Hungarian Folksongs From The Csik District
A11 Rubato
A12 L'stesso Tempo
A13 Poco Vivo
Fourteen Bagatelles, Op.6
B1 Molto Sostenuto
B2 Allegro Giocoso
B3 Andante
B4 Grave
B5 Vivo
B6 Lento
B7 Allegreto Molto Capriccioso
B8 Andante Sostenuto
B9 Allegreto Grazioso
B10 Allegreto
B11 Allegreto Multo Rubato
B12 Rubato
B13 Lento Funebre
B14 Valse Presto
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LPX 1300
Four Piano Pieces
C1 Study For The Left Hand
C2 Fantasy No. 1
C3 Fantasy No. 2
C4 Scherzo
D1 Rhapsody For Piano, Op. 1
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LPX 11335
Two Elegies, Op. 8b (1908-1909)
E1 Grave
E2 Molto Adagio, Sempre Rubato (Quasi Improvisando)
Two Rumanian Dances, Op. 8a
E3.4 Allegro Vivace
E4 Poco Allegro
Sketches, Op. 9b (1908-1910)
F1 Andante, Con Moto (Leányi Arckép / Portrait Of A Girl)
F2 Comodo (Hinta-Palinta / See-Saw, Dickory-Daw)
F3 Lento
F4 Non Troppo Lento
F5 Andante (Román Népdal / Rumanian Folksong)
F6 Allegretto (Oláhos / In Walachian Style)
F7 Poco Lento
Four Dirges, Op. 9a (1909-1910)
F8 Adagio
F9 Andante
F10 Poco Lento
F11 Assai Andante
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SLPX 11336
Three Burlesques, Op. 8c (1908-1911)
G1.1 Quarrel (Presto)
G1.2 A Bit Drunk (Allegretto)
G1.3 (Molto Vivo Capriccioso)
G2 Allegro Barbaro
The First Term At The Piano
G3.1 (Moderato)
G3.2 (Moderato)
G3.3 Dialogue (Moderato)
G3.4 Dialogue (Moderato)
G3.5 (Moderato)
G3.6 (Moderato)
G3.7 Folk Song (Moderato)
G3.8 (Andante)
G3.9 (Andante)
G3.10 Folk Song (Allegro)
G3.11 Minuet (Andante)
G3.12 Swineherd's Dance (Allegro)
G3.13 Where Have You Been, My Lambkin – Folk Song (Andante)
G3.14 (Andante)
G3.15 Wedding Dance (Moderato)
G3.16 Peasant's Dance (Allegro Moderato)
G3.17 (Allegro Deciso)
G3.18 Waltz (Tempo Di Valse)
G4-1 Bagpipers (Allegretto)
G4.2 Bear Dance (Moderato)
G4.3 Finale (Allegro Vivace)
Rumanian Folk Dances
H1.1 Stick Dance (Allegro Moderato)
H1.2 Brâul (Allegro)
H1.3 In One Spot (Andante)
H1.4 Dance Of Buchum (Moderato
H1.5 Rumanian "Polka" (Allegro)
H1.6 Fast Dance (Allegro: Più Allegro)
Rumanian Christmas Carols (Colindas, 1915)
H2.1 Series: 1. Allegro - 2. Allegro - 3. Allegro - 4. Andante - 5. Allegro Moderato - 6. Andante - 7. Andante - 8. Allegretto - 9. Allegro - 10. Più Allegro
H2.2 Series: 1. Molto Moderato - 2. Moderato - 3. Andante - 4. Andante - 5. Moderato - 6. Andante - 7. Variante Della Precedente - (6. Andante) - 8. Allegro - 9. Allegretto - 10. Allegro
Suite, Op. 14
H3.1 Allegretto
H3.2 Scherzo
H3.3 Allegro Molto
H3.4 Sostenuto
Three Hungarian Folk-Tunes (Ed. 1942)
H4.1 Andante Tranquillo, Rubato
H4.2 Allegro Non Troppo, Un Poco Rubato
H4.3 Maestoso


  • Composed By – Bartók Béla*
  • Piano – Dezső Ránki (tracks: G1.1-H4.3), Gábor Gabos (tracks: C1-D1), Kornél Zempléni (tracks: A1-B14), Loránt Szűcs (tracks: E1-F11)