The Bartók companion
Bela Bartok is among the most significant figures in the rise of musical modernism, placed alongside Debussy, Stravinsky, and the composers of the Second Viennese School in the pantheon of the 20th century's most influential innovators.
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Bartok and his Music in the 1990s
In his Compositional Workshop
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accompaniment Allegro appears Bagatelles bars Bartok's music Bela Bartok Budapest Cantata cello character choral chords chromatic collection composer composition cycle diatonic draft Duke Bluebeard's Castle fifth final folk-music folksong folksong arrangements fourth harmonic Hungarian Folksongs Hungary instruments interval inversion Kodaly later Liszt Lydian main theme major material melody melody-section ment Mikrokosmos Miraculous Mandarin mode motif Music for Strings notes octatonic octatonic scale opening orchestra original ostinato passage peasant pentachord pentatonic Percussion and Celesta performance phrase pianist Piano Concerto piano pieces pitch played polymode premiere published recapitulation Rhapsody rhythm rhythmic Romanian scale Scherzo score second movement Second Violin semitone sketches Slovak solo violin songs Stefi Geyer String Quartet structure style symmetrical Szekely tempo ternary form tetrachord texture thematic third movement tion tonal tonic triad tritone tunes Universal Edition variation verbunkos viola Violin Concerto Violin Sonata whole-tone Wooden Prince Z-cell