Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Cantata Profana / Village scenes / Seven choruses / Hungarian folksongs / Five songs (Ferencsik / Doráti / Kórodi / Kovács) #BRTK140 Vol. 1 de 29

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A Cantata Profana é uma obra para coro duplo misto e orquestra. Concluído em 8 de setembro de 1930, estreou em Londres em 25 de maio de 1934, com a BBC Symphony Orchestra e Wireless Chorus regidos por Aylmer Buesst. Os textos que Bartók usou para criar o libreto foram dois colíndes romenos que ele coletou na Transilvânia em abril de 1914. Colíndes são baladas cantadas durante a época do Natal, embora muitos não tenham nenhuma conexão com a natividade de Jesus e se acredite que tenham sua origem nos tempos pré-cristãos. A história é de um pai que ensinou seus nove filhos apenas a caçar, então eles não sabem nada de trabalho e passam todo o tempo na floresta. Um dia, enquanto caçava um veado grande e bonito, eles cruzam uma ponte mal-assombrada e são transformados em veados. O aflito pai pega seu rifle e sai em busca dos filhos desaparecidos. Encontrando um grupo de belos veados reunidos em torno de uma fonte, ele se ajoelha e mira. O maior veado (o filho mais velho) implora ao pai para não atirar. O pai, reconhecendo seu filho favorito no cervo, implora a seus filhos que voltem para casa. O cervo então responde que eles não podem voltar para casa — seus chifres não podem passariam pelas portas e eles não poderiam mais beber em xícaras, apenas fontes frescas da montanha. Era um problema. O resto vocês descobrem. A história gerou uma grande discussão sobre as muitas camadas de interpretações possíveis no mito dos nove veados encantados.

As outras peças dão o que pensar. Eu as ouço e acho que Orff fez cópias pioradas delas. Bem pioradas de canções do interior da França e da Alemanha. É apenas uma impressão.

Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Cantata Profana / Village scenes / Seven choruses / Hungarian folksongs / Five songs (Ferencsik / Doráti / Kórodi / Kovács) #BRTK140 Vol. 1 de 29

1 Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: I. Molto moderato. Once there was an old man
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
János Ferencsik (conductor)
recording of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: I. Molto moderato. Once there was an old man
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1930)
part of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”
8:18

2 Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: II. Andante. Through forest aroving, hey-yah!
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
János Ferencsik (conductor)
recording of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: II. Andante. Through forest aroving, hey-yah!
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1930)
part of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”
8:03

3 Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: III. Moderato. Once there was an old man
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
János Ferencsik (conductor)
recording of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”: III. Moderato. Once there was an old man
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1930)
part of:
Cantata profana for tenor, baritone, double chorus & orchestra (or piano), Sz. 94, BB 100 “The Enchanted Stags”
3:24

4 Village scenes for female chorus & chamber orchestra, Sz. 79, BB 87/b: No. 1, “Lakodalom”
orchestra:
Budapesti Kamaraegyüttes
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b: No. 1. Lakodalom
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1926)
part of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b
4:01

5 Village scenes for female chorus & chamber orchestra, Sz. 79, BB 87/b: No. 2, “Bolcsodal”
orchestra:
Budapesti Kamaraegyüttes
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b: No. 2. Bölcsődal
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1926)
part of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b
4:52

6 Village scenes for female chorus & chamber orchestra, Sz. 79, BB 87/b: No. 3, “Legenytanc”
orchestra:
Budapesti Kamaraegyüttes
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b: No. 3. Legénytánc
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1926)
part of:
Three Village Scenes, Sz. 79, BB 87b
2:55

7 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Hussar
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume IV, No. 1. “Huszárnóta”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
1:40

8 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 8, Ne menj el, Sz.103/8
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume III, No. 1. “Ne menj el”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
1:59

9 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 13, Resteknek
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume IV, No. 2. “Resteknek nótája”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
0:44

10 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 14, Bolyongás
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume IV, No. 3. “Senkim a világon”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
2:35

11 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 11, Cipósütés
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume III, No. 4. “Cipósütés”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
2:19

12 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 2, Ne hagyj itt
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume I, No. 2. “Ne hagyj itt!”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
2:56

13 Seven choruses in two and three parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: No. 15, Boys’/Girls’ Teasing So
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
Antal Doráti (conductor)
recording of:
Twenty-seven choruses in 2 and 3 parts for children’s or female chorus & piano (or orchestra), Sz. 103, BB 111: Volume IV, No. 4. “Leánycsúfoló”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
27 Two- and Three-Part Choruses, BB 111
1:31

14 Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 1, “Tomlocben”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 1, “Tomlocben”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108
3:19

15 Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 2, “Regi kerseves”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 2, “Regi kerseves”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108
2:13

16 Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 3, “Parosito I”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 3, “Parosito I”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108
1:31

17 Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 4, “Panasz”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 4, “Panasz”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108
1:57

18 Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 5, “Parsoito II”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108: No. 5, “Parsoito II”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Hungarian folksongs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 101, BB 108
1:23

19 Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 1, “Tavasz: Az en szerelmem”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
János Kovács (conductor)
recording of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 1, “Tavasz: Az en szerelmem”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71, op. 15
2:06

20 Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 2, “Nyar: Szomjasan vagyva”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
János Kovács (conductor)
recording of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 2, “Nyar: Szomjasan vagyva”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71, op. 15
2:47

21 Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 3, “A vagyak ejjele”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
János Kovács (conductor)
recording of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 3, “A vagyak ejjele”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71, op. 15
4:26

22 Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 4, “Tel: Szines almoban”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
János Kovács (conductor)
recording of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 4, “Tel: Szines almoban”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71, op. 15
3:40

23 Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 5, “Osz: Itt lent a volgyben”
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Júlia Hamari (mezzo-soprano)
orchestra:
Hungarian State Orchestra
conductor:
János Kovács (conductor)
recording of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71 (Op.15): No. 5, “Osz: Itt lent a volgyben”
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Five songs for voice & orchestra, Sz. 61, BB 71, op. 15

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