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Cantemus Children's Choir: Bartok Choral Works

Tavasz
Ne Hagyj Itt
Joszag-igezo
Level az Otthoniakhoz
Jatek
Leanynezo
Hejja, Hejja, Karahejja
Ne Menj El
Van Egy Gyurum, Karica
Senkim a Vilagon
Ciposutes
Huszarnota
Resteknek Notaja
Bolyongas
Lanycsufolo
Legenycsufolo
Mihalynapi Koszonto
Leanykero
Keserves
Madardal
Csujogato
Banat
Ne Lattalak Volna!
Elment a Madarka
Parnas Tancdal
Kanon
Isten Veled!

Bartok's two- and three-part choruses for children's and female voices, his best-known choral cycle worldwide, appears at first sight to be distinct from the rest of his oeuvre. It is a textually inspired composition, whose arrival might seem unexpected in the period when he composed large instrumental works in the consolidated classical style, such as the String Quartet No. 5 (1934), the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (1936), and the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (1937). Yet it sits easily in relation to his oeuvre as a whole.

Item code: 9057C | SACD | $17.25 |add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Mixed | SATB | Hungary
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