Label: Deutsche Grammophon - 447 399-2 • Series: The Originals • Format: CD Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern
Bartok: Piano Concertos Nos. But notwithstanding its more easily understandable theme, this work too was composed using strict classical sonata form. With a bright atmosphere, fired on by the sound of trumpets, the theme of the first movement forges ahead and sets the course for the whole work. Lively exuberance and a committed interplay 2. Andante - Bartók* / Géza Anda the soloist and orchestra result in a work that is wholly positive throughout and which remains full of energy yet bell-like and accessible right up to the final movement.
Bartok composed his third and final piano concerto in the year of his death — However, the work in no way possesses a mood of demise but breathes a worldly-wise, cheerful, and mellowed atmosphere. Delightfully audible melodies, with a chorale-like grandeur in the middle movement, are woven into a rhythmically lively but well-rounded and flowing movement structure. For anyone who possesses just one of these two LPs, the other is absolutely Take It Easy - Juke - Blowers Dont Suck. Bartok: Piano Concerto No.
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