Béla Bartók: Mikrokosmos - Band 3

  • for piano
  • Instrumentation details:
    piano
  • Composer: Béla Bartók
  • Table of contents:
    122 - Chords Together and Opposed – Akkorde mit- und gegeneinander – Accords joints et opposés – Akkordok egyszerre és egmás ellen
    123 - Staccato and Legato (3) – Staccato und Legato (3) – Staccato et legato (3) – Staccato és legato (3)
    124 - Staccato
    125 - Boating – Kahnfahrt – Canotage – Csónakázás
    126 - Change of Time – Taktwechsel – Changement de mesure – Változó ütem
    127 - New Hungarian Folk Song – Neu-Ungarisches Volkslied – Nouvelle chanson hongroise populaire – Új-magyar népdal
    128 - Peasant Dance – Stampf-Tanz – Danse paysanne – Dobbantós tánc
    129 - Alternating Thirds – Alternierende Terzen – Tierces alternatives – Váltakozó tercek
    130 - Village Joke – Ländlicher Scherz – Burlesque rustique – Falusi tréfa
    131 - Fourths – Quarten – Quartes – Kvartok
    132 - Major Seconds Broken and Together – Große Sekunden 141 - másodhangközök egyszerre és törve
    133 - Syncopation (3) – Synkopen (3) – Syncopes (3) – Szinkópák (3)
    134 - Studies in Double Notes – Doppelgriffstudien – Études en double-accords – Gyakorlatok ketto2sfogásban
    135 - Perpetuum Mobile
    136 - Whole-tone Scale – Ganztonleiter – Échelle de tons pleins – Hangsorok egészhangokból
    137 - Unison – Unisono – À l’unisson – Uniszono
    138 - Bagpipe-music – Sackpfeifenmusik – Cornemuse – Dudamuzsika
    139 - Merry Andrew – Hanswurst – Bouffon – Paprikajancsi
    140 - Free Variations – Freie Variationen – Variations libres – Szabad - változatok
    141 - Subject and Reflection – Bild und Spiegelbild – Sujet et reflexion – Tükrözo2dés
    142 - From the Diary of a Fly – Aus dem Tagebuch einer Fliege – Ce que la mouche raconte – Mese a kis légyro2l
    143 - Divided Arpeggios – Verteilte Arpeggien – Arpèges divisés – Tört hangzatok váltakozva
    144 - Minor Seconds, Major Sevenths – Kleine Sekunden, große Septimen – Petites secondes, grandes septièmes – Kis másod-és nagy hetedhangközök
    145 - Chromatic Invention (3) – Chromatische Invention (3) – Invention chromatique (3) – Kromatikus invenció (3)
    146 - Ostinato
    147 - March – Marsch – Marche – Induló
    148 - Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm – Sechs Tänze in bulgarischem Rhythmus – Six danses dans le rythme dit bulgare – Hat tánc bolgár ritmusban
    Early version of No. 145: Chromatic Invention (3) – Frühfassung von Nr. 145: Chromatische Invention (3) – Version anciennes de no. 145: Invention chromatique (3) – Kromatikus invenció (3)
    Early version of No. 147: March – Frühfassung von Nr. 147: Marsch – Version anciennes de no. 147: Marche – Induló
    Anmerkungen Béla Bartóks · Béla Bartók’s Comments · Remarques de Béla Bartók
    Hinweise zu Studium und Interpretation - Notes on Study and Interpretation - Notes sur l’étude et l’interprétation
    Kritische Anmerkungen - Critical Notes
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Béla Bartók: Mikrokosmos for piano | UT50413

Book 5 & 6

  • Edition type: urtext edition
  • Series: Wiener Urtext Edition
  • Volume: 3
  • Grade: 5-8
  • Languages: German | English | French
  • Format: 23.1 × 30.3 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-765-8
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-386-9
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Description

First-ever urtext edition of Bartók's Mikrokosmos - Volume 3 (comprises books 5 and 6 of the original edition) Béla Bartók's Mikrokosmos is one of the key works of 20th-century piano music. The repertoire comprises educational pieces 'from the very first beginning' as well as concert literature, thus making this work an indispensable companion to piano lessons.
The work is now available for the first time as urtext edition in three volumes, with each volume containing two of the six volumes of the original edition. The musical text was critically examined on the basis of the sources and could be corrected in many details. Furthermore, the edition contains some previously unpublished pieces and early versions. Educationally very revealing are the versions of several pieces which Bartók arranged specially for the lessons of his son Peter and which are printed in the appendix of the volumes. The edition is completed by notes on study and interpretation based on the sources and a glossary of unusual expression markings.

Béla Bartók's Mikrokosmos for piano

• First-ever Urtext edition

• In three volumes as originally envisaged by Bartók

• With hitherto unpublished pieces

• With Bartók's complete notes on all pieces

• With a glossary of unusual performance indications

• With Notes on Study and Interpretation

• Clearly printed in user-friendly page layout

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Contents

  • 122 - Chords Together and Opposed – Akkorde mit- und gegeneinander – Accords joints et opposés – Akkordok egyszerre és egmás ellen
  • 123 - Staccato and Legato (3) – Staccato und Legato (3) – Staccato et legato (3) – Staccato és legato (3)
  • 124 - Staccato
  • 125 - Boating – Kahnfahrt – Canotage – Csónakázás
  • 126 - Change of Time – Taktwechsel – Changement de mesure – Változó ütem
  • 127 - New Hungarian Folk Song – Neu-Ungarisches Volkslied – Nouvelle chanson hongroise populaire – Új-magyar népdal
  • 128 - Peasant Dance – Stampf-Tanz – Danse paysanne – Dobbantós tánc
  • 129 - Alternating Thirds – Alternierende Terzen – Tierces alternatives – Váltakozó tercek
  • 130 - Village Joke – Ländlicher Scherz – Burlesque rustique – Falusi tréfa
  • 131 - Fourths – Quarten – Quartes – Kvartok
  • 132 - Major Seconds Broken and Together – Große Sekunden 141 - másodhangközök egyszerre és törve
  • 133 - Syncopation (3) – Synkopen (3) – Syncopes (3) – Szinkópák (3)
  • 134 - Studies in Double Notes – Doppelgriffstudien – Études en double-accords – Gyakorlatok ketto2sfogásban
  • 135 - Perpetuum Mobile
  • 136 - Whole-tone Scale – Ganztonleiter – Échelle de tons pleins – Hangsorok egészhangokból
  • 137 - Unison – Unisono – À l’unisson – Uniszono
  • 138 - Bagpipe-music – Sackpfeifenmusik – Cornemuse – Dudamuzsika
  • 139 - Merry Andrew – Hanswurst – Bouffon – Paprikajancsi
  • 140 - Free Variations – Freie Variationen – Variations libres – Szabad - változatok
  • 141 - Subject and Reflection – Bild und Spiegelbild – Sujet et reflexion – Tükrözo2dés
  • 142 - From the Diary of a Fly – Aus dem Tagebuch einer Fliege – Ce que la mouche raconte – Mese a kis légyro2l
  • 143 - Divided Arpeggios – Verteilte Arpeggien – Arpèges divisés – Tört hangzatok váltakozva
  • 144 - Minor Seconds, Major Sevenths – Kleine Sekunden, große Septimen – Petites secondes, grandes septièmes – Kis másod-és nagy hetedhangközök
  • 145 - Chromatic Invention (3) – Chromatische Invention (3) – Invention chromatique (3) – Kromatikus invenció (3)
  • 146 - Ostinato
  • 147 - March – Marsch – Marche – Induló
  • 148 - Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm – Sechs Tänze in bulgarischem Rhythmus – Six danses dans le rythme dit bulgare – Hat tánc bolgár ritmusban
  • Early version of No. 145: Chromatic Invention (3) – Frühfassung von Nr. 145: Chromatische Invention (3) – Version anciennes de no. 145: Invention chromatique (3) – Kromatikus invenció (3)
  • Early version of No. 147: March – Frühfassung von Nr. 147: Marsch – Version anciennes de no. 147: Marche – Induló
  • Anmerkungen Béla Bartóks · Béla Bartók’s Comments · Remarques de Béla Bartók
  • Hinweise zu Studium und Interpretation - Notes on Study and Interpretation - Notes sur l’étude et l’interprétation
  • Kritische Anmerkungen - Critical Notes

Reviews

The Wiener Urtext edition undoubtedly takes the crown as the most scholarly and comprehensive version, (...) and the additional essays, pieces and comments from the composer certainly make this the “must-have” version for teachers and scholars alike.
Andrew Eales, pianist and teacher
https://pianodao.com/2018/04/20/which-mikrokosmos/ (April 2018)

This new reprint of old favourites comes complete with comments on each piece by the composer thus throwing new light on piano lessons at all levels as well as aiding students to become extremely erudite with the comprehensive “Notes on Study and interpretation” that are included in these handsome volumes. (...)
Piano Journal, Issue 111/2017 (Nadia Lasserson)

Wiener Urtext’s superb three-volume edition (as Bartok originally divided them) is superior. (...)
Pianist Magazine, December 2016 – January 2017 (Michael McMillan)

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