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Bartók Béla: String Quartets Nos. 1-6. Critical Commentary
Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition, vol. 30
Edited by Nakahara, Yusuke, Németh Zsombor, Somfai László
Nástroj: String Quartet
Edičný rad: Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition
Žáner: Complete Edition
Period: 20. Storocie
Rozsah: 316 strán
Prvé vydanie: Februára 2023
Vydavateľ: G. Henle Verlag - Editio Musica Budapest
Objednávacie číslo: 15030
Katalógové číslo vydavateľa: HN 6207
Bartók's six string quartets belong to the gems of the genre, all of them being regarded as classics of 20th-century music. The Critical Commentary volume that accompanies the critical edition of the six works (published in vol. 29) not only presents the sources of the works (from sketches through printed editions and Bartók's corrected copies) and documents the discrepancies between the sources and all editorial decisions but, based on the entire source material, it also reveals the compositional process in the greatest detail possible through verbal notes and annotated diplomatic transcriptions. The transcriptions (that constitute the half of the volume) offer an especially exciting insight into the genesis of these works. In addition, the edition includes Bartók's analysis of String Quartets Nos. 4 and 5 in the original languages, and his sketch for an unmaterialized seventh quartet.