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Bartók Béla: An Evening in the Village

for oboe and piano

Transcribed by Pongrácz Péter
Nástroj: Oboe and Piano
Edičný rad: Bartók Transcriptions for Music Students
Period: 20. Storocie
Jazyk: Hungarian, English, German
Rozsah: 6 strán
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 49 g
Prvé vydanie: Októbra 1981
Vydavateľ: Editio Musica Budapest
Objednávacie číslo: 8318
ISMN: 9790080083185
An Evening in the Village was composed in 1908 as no. 5 of the Ten Easy Piano Pieces. It has become one of Bartók's favorite works, which the composer himself was fond of playing at recitals. As he explained in an American interview, it was ''an original composition that is ... with themes of my own invention but ... the themes are in the style of the Hungarian-Transylvanian folk tunes. There are two themes. The first one is a parlando-rubato-rhythm and the second one is more in a dance-like rhythm. The second one is more or less the imitation of a peasant flute playing.'' Bartók also orchestrated the piece in 1931 as no. 1 of Hungarian Sketches.

In 2015 we are launching a series entitled Bartók Transcriptions for Music Students to mark the 70th anniversary of the composer’s death. This involves reissuing our tried publications, and publishing some further, new transcriptions that fulfill in every respect the strict aesthetic demands of the earlier ones. We trust these publications will allow us to introduce still more music students to the realm of one of the great geniuses of 20th-century music.