Béla Bartók, György Sandor, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer - The 3 Piano Concertos FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: The 3 Piano Concertos
FLAC version ZIP size: 1403 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1247 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1563 mb
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Béla Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 2 in G major, Sz. 95, BB 101 (1930–31) is the second of three piano concerti, and is notorious for being one of the most difficult pieces in the repertoire. The Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra was conducted by Hans Rosbaud with Bartók as the soloist Bartók himself played the work at the Proms in London under Sir Henry Wood as early as January 7, 1936, an initiative of the BBC music producer Edward Clark. Whether this was the UK premiere has not been confirmed; it was in any case three years before the United States premiere. György Sándor (piano), Ádám Fischer (conductor), Hungarian State Orchestra.
Bartók: The Three Piano Concertos.
Bartók: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2. Liner notes to DGG 415 371-2 (Maurizio Pollini piano, Claudio Abbado conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra). Translated into English by Gwyn Morris. Somfai, László (1996). György Sándor (piano), Ádám Fischer (conductor), Hungarian State Orchestra András Schiff, piano, Iván Fischer (conductor), Budapest Festival Orchestra, recorded April 1996 in Budapest in the Italian Cultural Institute Krystian Zimerman (piano), Pierre Boulez (conductor), Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
BARTOK AND HIS PIANO CONCERTOS Bela Bartok was a great modernist, and very influential, but less so than his peers Stravinsky or Schoenberg because, as Milton Babbitt once complained, his innovations tended to be particular to each composition rather than a system like Schoenberg's 12-tone music. Bartok famously drew on Hungarian folk music, and his use of modal scales gives his music a uniquely odd quality in contrast to standard tonality, but he emphatically maintained that his music was tonal. The Third was written shortly before Bartok's death, and was premiered in Philadelphia by Hungarian pianist Gyorgy Sandor and Hungarian conductor Eugene Ormandy on February 8, 1946. The First Concerto was considered quite spiky, modern, and difficult, and Bartok consciously set out to make the Second Concerto more performer and audience-friendly.
Artists Béla Bartók Solo Piano Works (György Sándor). Solo Piano Works (György Sándor) Béla Bartók. Solo Piano Works (György Sándor). This album has an average beat per minute of 98 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Solo Piano Works (György Sándor).
Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta - IV. Allegro molto 05. Divertimento for String Orchestra - I. Allegro non troppo 06. Divertimento for String Orchestra - II. Molto adagio 07. Concerto for Orchestra - II. Giuoco delle coppie - Allegretto scherzando 03. Concerto for Orchestra - III. Elegia - Andante, non troppo 04. Concerto for Orchestra - IV.
|Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No.1|
|Allegro Moderato - Allegro||08:34|
|Andante - Allegro||08:05|
|Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No.2|
|Adagio - Presto - Adagio||12:37|
|Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No.3|
|Allegro Vivace - Presto - Allegro Vivace||06:18|
|SK 45935||Béla Bartók, György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer||Béla Bartók, György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer - The 3 Piano Concertos (CD, Album)||Sony Classical||SK 45935||Europe||1990|
|SK 45835||Béla Bartók, György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer||Béla Bartók, György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer - The 3 Piano Concertos (CD, Album)||Sony Classical||SK 45835||US||1990|
|ST -45835||Béla Bartók - György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer||Béla Bartók - György Sandor*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Adam Fischer - The 3 Piano Concertos (Cass, Album)||Sony Classical||ST -45835||Europe||1990|