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No. 37. In Lydian Mode - Béla Bartók, Jenö Jandó - Mikrokosmos (Complete) Books 1-6 (CD)


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  2. About Chandos. About Us; Chandos Records is one of the world's premier classical music record companies, best known for its ground breaking search for neglected musical gems.
  3. Stylistically Mikrokosmos reflects the influence of folk music on Bartok's life and the rhythms and harmonies employed create music that is as modern today as when the cycle was written. The pieces making up Mikrokosmos are divided into six volumes arranged according to technical and musical difficulty.
  4. From the Publisher The definitive edition () of the piano teaching classic. Includes an introduction by the composer's son Peter Bartók. In Bela Bartok described 'Mikrokosmos' as a cycle of pieces for piano written for 'didactic' purposes, seeing them as a series of pieces in many different styles, representing a small world, or as the 'world of the little ones, the children'.
  5. Check out Bartok: Piano Music, Vol. 5: Mikrokosmos (Complete) by Jenő Jandó on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo(9).
  6. 19, well-selected, authorized and free MIDI files of classical music, with the largest MIDI/ZIP collections on the web.
  7. Bartók, B. 3 Hungarian Folksongs from the Csik District Chris Breemer. Bartók, B. String Quartet No. 2 Borromeo String Quartet. Bartók, B. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 Jonathan Biss. Bartók, B. Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet and Piano Gary Dranch. Beethoven, L. van Für Elise Alberto Cobo.
  8. The remarkably gifted French pianist Cédric Tiberghien turns to the music of Béla Bartók in a wide-ranging programme including the famous Op 14 Suite and the sixth (and final—most ferocious in its technical demands) book of the Mikrokosmos project.
  9. Books 1 through 3 mainly serve pedagogical purposes, while the remainder boasts more inherent musical value. Jenö Jandó may not match Zoltan Kocsis or György Sandor for color and character, but his interpretations certainly are idiomatic enough and steadfastly true to Bartók’s meticulous markings.