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Piano Pieces for Children Volume I

Author : Béla Bartók
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A newly engraved edition of the first twenty-one pieces in Bartok's collection of forty-two early-intermediate to intermediate-level piano solos. Both volumes include great contemporary recital selections. Composed between 1908 and 1909, the pieces are based on Hungarian and Slovakian folk tunes. Kalmus Editions are primarily reprints of Urtext Editions, reasonably priced and readily available. They are a must for students, teachers, and performers.

Piano Pieces for Children Volume II

Author : Béla Bartók
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This volume includes intermediate-level solos 22-42 of the set. These pieces are a bit more challenging, both technically and musically, than those in Volume I. All will offer freshness to lessons and recitals. Kalmus Editions are primarily reprints of Urtext Editions, reasonably priced and readily available. They are a must for students, teachers, and performers.

Pieces for Children

Author : Béla Bartók
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Selected from the two volumes of Bartóks For Children, these 42 works were written without octaves to fit the hands of younger players. Each piece has a descriptive title, with half including the words "song" or "dance". Like much of the composer's writing, the pieces directly reflect the use of folk idioms.

For children vol 1781

Author : Béla Bartók
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Bart k for Piano

Author : David Yeomans
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" . . . detailed and thorough . . . a wealth of information . . . David Yeomans deserves our thanks for a job exceedingly well done." --American Music Teacher " . . . a must for pianists . . . " --American Reference Book Annual "David Yeomans's study is certainly to be recommended for all good music libraries, pianists and students of Bartók." --The Music Review "Although there are currently more than 15 books in print about composer Béla Bartók, this short volume is unique in its focus on his complete oeuvre for solo piano. . . . Recommended for pianists, piano teachers, and students from lower-division undergraduate level and above." --Choice " . . . the entire book is indispensable for any of us before we play another Bartók piece." --Clavier "This work collects in one place an enormous number of 'facts' about the piano music of Bartók . . . for planning concerts and student repertoire, and as a survey of an important body of 20th-century music, this listing is valuable." --Library Journal This chronological listing of more than 400 pieces and movements presents in convenient form essential information about each of Bartók's solo piano works, including its various editions, timing, level of difficulty, pertinent remarks by the composer, and bibliographical references to it.

Piano music of B la Bart k

Author : Béla Bartók
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Second in the Archive Edition incorporating composer's corrections, emphasizing Bartok's lifelong work both with East European folk music, and with music for children and student pianists. 85 short pieces: "For Children, " 2 Elegies, Sonatina, other folk-inspired keyboard work.

Berla Bartok for Children

Author : Bela Bartok
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Bart k s Mikrokosmos

Author : Benjamin Suchoff
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Now available in paperback! Béla Bartók's Mikrokosmos is a collection of 153 pieces for piano designed by the composer as a series graded according to difficulty. The pieces were written between 1926 and 1939, and have become by far the best-known series of teaching pieces by a major composer in the twentieth century. This in-depth study investigates Bartók's Mikrokosmos from three main viewpoints: the genesis of the pieces, their pedagogical value, and their stylistic qualities. The book is intended for piano teachers, students, and performers as well as anyone interested in Bartók's life and work as pianist, educator, and composer. Cloth originally published in 2002 under ISBN 0-8108-4427-3.

For children

Author : Béla Bartók
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The Cambridge Companion to Bart k

Author : Amanda Bayley
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This is a wide-ranging and accessible guide to Bartók and his music.

The Healing Energies of Music

Author : Hal A Lingerman
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Certain types of music can enhance intellectual and spiritual powers and help overcome insomnia, boredom, anger, and stress. Music therapist and teacher Hal Lingerman presents a wealth of resources for choosing just the right music for physical, emotional and spiritual growth and healing. This updated edition offers comprehensive listings of current recordings, including new and remastered CDs, with selections from the classics, contemporary and ethnic compositions, and music composed by and for women. It includes expanded chapters on Women's Music, World Music, the Music of Nature, and Angelic Music.

The Pianist s Resource Guide

Author : Joseph Rezits
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30 children s pieces

Author : Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky
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National Union Catalog

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Music Books on Music and Sound Recordings

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B la Bart k

Author : Elliott Antokoletz
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This second edition ofBela Bartok: A Guide to Researchpresents a concisely detailed history of Bartok's musical development, a catalogue of his compositions according to genre (including basic data on Bartok's publishers, achives, library collections, and catalogues), and 1200 annotated primary and secondary sources. A decade of scholarship since the first edition (1988) is included; over forty percent of the material in the second edition is new. Four indexes cover listings by author and title; Bartok's compositions and his editions and transcriptions of earlier keyboard works; proper names; and subjects. Primary sources include: Bartok's own essays, articles, lectures on folk music and art music, letters, and other documents; his folk music collections; facsimilies, reprints, and revisions of his music; and his own editions and transcriptions of earlier keyboard music. Secondary sources include: biographical and historical studies, specialized studies of his personality, philiosophy, andpolitical attitudes; theoretic, analytic, stylistic, and aesthetic studies of his music; discussions of folk music influences and art music influences; studies of his compositional process (based on autograph manuscripts, editions, and his own recordings); discussions of his orientation toward pedagogy; and discussions of insitutional sources for Bartok's research (including archival and bibliographic sources, special issues, festivals, conferences, colloquia, concert programs, and computerized data bases for Bartok analysis and research. This annotated, topically-organizedGuideis the most extensive bibliographical research tool on Bartok. It is the first to draw together the most important primary and secondary bibliographic sources, which cover his varied activities as composer, ethnomusicologist, pianist, pedagogue, linguist, and editor. It is significant not only for those interested in musicological research into Bartok's compositional and scholarly activities but also for those interestedin ethnomusicological research methodology in general, and the study of Eastern European, North African Arab, and Turkish folk music in particular.

Bart k and the Piano

Author : Barbara Nissman
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The Hungarian composer Bela Bartok (1881-1945) studied the piano with a pupil of Franz Liszt and was himself an outstanding pianist. He composed more than 300 pieces for the piano, many of which belong in the standard repertoire of most students and professional pianists. Yet this book is the first attempt to come to grips with his entire piano output from the perspective of the performer as distinct from that of the music historian, biographer, or analyst. Pianist Barbara Nissman has made a close study of the works in the course of preparing a complete recording of them and offers her insights and suggestions for interpretation and performance. Paying particular attention to the piano sonata of 1926, the suite Out of Doors, and the three piano concertos, she looks at Bartok's other works in chapters on folk music, the composer as teacher, and juvenilia. She includes a discography of Bartok's recordings, an annotated bibliography, and a CD containing her own recordings of selected works, including two movements of the little-known early sonata of 1898.

Bart k Studies

Author : Todd Crow
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B la Bart k

Author : Tibor Tallián
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The Long Player

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