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Bartók Béla: Bagpipers

Transcribed by Szeszler Tibor
Zasedba: Oboe and Piano
Serija: Bartók Transcriptions for Music Students
Obdobje: 20th Century
Jezik: English, German
Število strani: 10 strani
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 63 g
Leto izdaje: 1958
Založba: Editio Musica Budapest
Številka artikla: 2589
ISMN: 9790080025895
Bagpipers is the first movement of the three-movement Sonatina composed in 1915 (1. Bagpipers, 2.Bear Dance and 3. Finale). The composer said of the piece, ''Originally I planned a group of Romanianfolk dances for piano. I selected three parts of this and called it Sonatina. The first movement, Bagpipers[...] consists of two dances played by two bagpipers.'' The piece is based on a couple dance fromTransylvania, the ardeleana (also known as the kanászos), while the middle section was inspired bythe bagpipe playing of a middle-aged man recorded by Bartók in Váncsfalva (now Oncesti) of Bihar County during February 1910. In 1931, Bartók arranged it for symphony orchestra under the title Dances from Transylvania. This arrangement for oboe and piano was made by Liszt Prize-winningoboist Tibor Szeszler (1919╩1992).