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Allegro - Béla Bartók / Sándor Végh / Peter Pettinger - Violin Sonatas 1921 & 1922 (Vinyl, LP)

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8 Comments to Allegro - Béla Bartók / Sándor Végh / Peter Pettinger - Violin Sonatas 1921 & 1922 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Vilkree says:
    These recordings generally find Sandor on more incisive, agile form than in his earlys solo Bartók remakes for Sony. Sandor's singing tone, sense of color, and inborn legato are always evident, from the most violent percussive clusters in the Etudes, Burlesques, Sonata, and Improvisations down to the simplest teaching pieces.
  2. Tosar says:
    Explore releases from Sándor Végh at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sándor Végh at the Discogs Marketplace. Béla Bartók / Sándor Végh / Peter Pettinger: Béla Bartók / Sándor Végh / Peter Pettinger - Violin Sonatas & 2 versions.
  3. Vuzshura says:
    These recordings generally find Sandor on more incisive, agile form than in his earlys solo Bartók remakes for Sony. Sandor’s singing tone, sense of color, and inborn legato are always evident, from the most violent percussive clusters in the Etudes, Burlesques, Sonata, and Improvisations down to the simplest teaching pieces.
  4. Goltirisar says:
    Buy Bartok: Viola Concertos / Two Pictures by Béla Bartók, Tibor Serly, János Kovács, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra from Amazon's Classical Music Store. 5/5(9).
  5. Samugor says:
    Aug 11,  · [Mozart, Klavierkonzert Nr. 27 in B, KV ] I. Allegro II. Larghetto III. Allegro Encore [Schubert, Dritte Sinfonie in D, D] I. Adagio maestoso – Allegro.
  6. Fell says:
    Béla Bartók wrote both of his violin sonatas for the Hungarian violinist Jelly d'reidrexlicilimalindisctextdersticon.coinfo the two works, the Sonata No. 1, Op. 21, is more traditional, both in structure and temperament; its three clearly delineated movements are marked by a character that is alternately rhapsodic and .
  7. Vikus says:
    BARTÓK, B.: Violin Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 / Contrasts (Berkes, Pauk, Jandó) by Béla Bartók. Listen to classical music CDs online.
  8. Megore says:
    Béla Bartók Violin Sonatas Review. They may be called 'sonatas', but Bartok seems to have been trying to cut himself loose from the expectations the title creates. 1 Violin Sonata No. 1.

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