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Bartók Béla: Duets for Violins

From Bartók's choral works arranged by

Transcribed by Szervánszky Endre
Instrument: Violins
Seria: Bartók Transcriptions for Music Students
Rodzaj: Pedagogical performance pieces
Język: Hungarian, English, German, French
Zasięg: 16 stron
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 0.08 kg
Pierwsze wydanie: Grudnia 1971
Wydawca: Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 6554
ISMN: 9790080065549
Béla Bartók planned in 1939 to arrange for two violins and three violins his choral works (for egual voices). He was prevented from doing this by his early death. At the request of the Editio Musica Budapest, Endre Szervánszky has undertaken this task in 1971. His arrangements, which we are bringing out in two volumes, offer valuable material both to violin teaching and group music-making.

Zawartość

1.
Song of Ioneliness
2.
Candle Song
3.
The fickle girl
4.
To My Homeland
5.
Had I never seen you
6.
Mocking of girls
7.
Canon