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Bartók Béla: Mikrokosmos for piano V-VI
(Urtext) BB 105 (1932-1939)
Edited by Nakahara, Yusuke
Edičný rad: Separate Editions from the Bartók Critical Edition
Žáner: Prednesova instruktivna tvorba
Period: 20. Storocie
Jazyk: Hungarian, English
Rozsah: 116 strán
Format: K/4 (23,5x31)
Weight: 0.455 kg
Prvé vydanie: Marca 2021
Vydavateľ: Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó
Objednávacie číslo: 20085
Bartók's Mikrokosmos has been one of the milestones in pedagogical piano repertoire for 80 years - and yet it is also far more than a "classical" piano primer. These 153 piano pieces, organized in ascending order of difficulty, engage not only with technical aspects of piano playing but also with the fundamentals of composition - from "Imitation and Inversion," "Ostinato," and "Free Variations," concerning compositional technique, to mood pieces and pieces with programmatic ideas such as "Notturno," "Boating," "From the Diary of a Fly," or the famous "Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm." Mikrokosmos first appeared in 1940 in six volumes. Based on volume 40 of the Bartók Complete Edition published in 2020(Z. 15040), the present Urtext edition offers the series gathered in three volumes. This edition includes Bartók's preface, exercises, and notes written for the first edition. Furthermore, it also features a preface and comments by the editor, which not only discuss the genesis and the compositional sources but also provide performers, teachers and pupils alike, with authentic and detailed information about Bartók's notation and the specific performing problems of Mikrokosmos.
Chords Together and Opposed
Staccato and Legato (3)
Change of Time
New Hungarian Folk Song
Major Seconds Broken and Together
Studies in Double Notes
Subject and Reflection
From the Diary of a Fly
Minor Seconds, Major Sevenths
Chromatic Invention (3)
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 1.
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 2.
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 3.
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 4.
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 5.
Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm 6.