Béla Bartók (1881-1945): O Príncipe de Madeira / O Mandarim Miraculoso (Kórodi / Sándor) #BRTK140 Vol. 3 de 29

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Hoje é o Dia dos Namorados e não encontrei nada mais romântico e adequado à data do que o romantismo de O Mandarim Miraculoso.

O Mandarim Miraculoso é um balé pantomima de um ato composto por Béla Bartók entre 1918 e 1924, baseado numa história de Melchior Lengyel. Estreado em 1926 na Alemanha, causou grande escândalo e foi posteriormente banido por motivos morais. Após uma introdução orquestral retratando o caos da cidade grande, a ação começa em um apartamento onde moram três criminosos. Eles procuram em seus bolsos e gavetas por dinheiro, mas não encontram nenhum. Então forçam uma garota a ficar perto da janela e atrair os homens que passam. A garota começa uma dança bastante atrevida. Ela primeiro atrai um velho libertino, que faz gestos românticos cômicos. A menina pergunta: “Tem algum dinheiro?” Ele responde: “Quem precisa de dinheiro? Tudo o que importa é o amor.” Ele começa a perseguir a garota, ficando cada vez mais insistente até que os criminosos o agarram e o expulsam.

A garota volta para a janela e executa uma segunda dança. Desta vez, ela atrai um jovem tímido, que também não tem dinheiro. Ele começa a dançar com a garota. A dança fica mais apaixonada, mas o trio salta sobre ele e o expulsa também.

A garota começa a dançar novamente. Os mendigos e a garota veem uma figura bizarra na rua, que logo sobe as escadas. Os criminosos se escondem, e a figura, um mandarim (um chinês rico), fica imóvel na porta. Eles incitam a garota a atraí-lo. Ela começa outra dança picante. De repente, ele salta e abraça a garota. Eles lutam e ela escapa; ele começa a persegui-la. Os criminosos saltam sobre ele, despojam-no de seus objetos de valor e tentam sufocá-lo sob travesseiros e cobertores. No entanto, ele continua a olhar para a garota. Eles o esfaqueiam três vezes com uma espada enferrujada; ele quase cai, mas se joga novamente sobre a garota. O trio o agarra novamente e o pendura em um gancho de lâmpada. A lâmpada cai, mergulhando a sala na escuridão, e o corpo do mandarim começa a brilhar com uma luz verde-azulada assustadora. Os quatro ficam apavorados. De repente, a garota sabe o que devem fazer. Ela diz aos criminosos para soltarem o mandarim; eles obedecem. Ele pula de novo na garota, e dessa vez ela não resiste e eles se abraçam. Com o desejo do mandarim satisfeito, suas feridas começam a sangrar e ele morre.

O Príncipe de Madeira nunca alcançou a fama de O Mandarim Milagroso. A peça usa uma orquestra enorme (inclui até saxofones ). A música mostra a influência de Debussy e Richard Strauss, bem como de Wagner (a introdução ecoa o prelúdio de Das Rheingold). Um príncipe se apaixona por uma princesa, mas é impedido de alcançá-la por uma fada que faz uma floresta e um riacho anteporem-se contra ele. Para atrair a atenção da princesa, o príncipe pendura seu manto em um cajado. Coloca nele uma coroa e mechas de cabelo. A princesa avista este “príncipe de madeira” e vem dançar com ele. A fada traz o príncipe de madeira à vida e a princesa vai embora com ele, em vez do príncipe real, que se desespera. A fada fica com pena dele enquanto ele dorme, veste-o com roupas elegantes e reduz o príncipe de madeira a sem vida novamente. A princesa retorna e finalmente se une ao príncipe humano.

Feliz Dia dos Namorados!

Béla Bartók (1881-1945): O Príncipe de Madeira / O Mandarim Miraculoso (Kórodi / Sándor) #BRTK140 Vol. 3 de 29

1 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): Curtain
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: I. Prelude
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
4:21

2 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): I. Dance. Dance of the princess in the forest
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: II. Dance 1: Dance of the Princess in the Forest
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
2:21

3 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): The prince starts on his way
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
2:27

4 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): II. Dance. Dance of the trees (Struggle-dance)
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: III. Dance 2: Dance of the Trees
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
4:12

5 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): Restored from his lassitude the prince walks / III. Dance. Dance of the waves – An idea enters his mind
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: IV. Dance 3: Dance of the Waves
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
5:38

6 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): Anxious suspence
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
3:10

7 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): IV. Dance. Dance of the princess with the wooden puppet
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: V. Dance 4: Dance of the Princess With the Wooden Doll
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
4:14

8 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): The prince behind in greatest despair / The fairy steps out of the forest
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
5:37

9 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): The fairy takes curly golden hair
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
2:53

10 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): V. Dance. The princess in her endeavour to make him dance
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: VI. Dance 5: The Princess Pulls and Pushes Him and Tries to Make Him Dance
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
0:57

11 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): VI. Dance. The princess tries to persuade the prince to her side to dance with her
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: VII. Dance 6: She Tries to Attract Him With a Seductive Dance
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
0:54

12 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): VII. Dance. Quite alarmed the princess hurries forward him
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: VIII. Dance 7: Alarmed, the Princess Rushes After Him, but the Forest Stops Her
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
2:27

13 The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60, BB 74 (Op. 13): Yet the prince persists. / And finally embraces her. Long kiss
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
András Kórodi (conductor)
recording of:
The Wooden Prince, Sz. 60: IX. Postlude
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1914 until 1917)
part of:
The Wooden Prince, op. 13, Sz. 60
2:41

14 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Allegro. Curtain rises. The first tramp goes through his pocket
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:

The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
3:21

15 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Moderato. First decoy game
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
3:47

16 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Lento. Second decoy game
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
3:20

17 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Sostenuto. Third decoy game
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
1:42

18 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Maestoso. The Mandarin enters
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
2:43

19 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Lento. Wild erotic dance
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
4:35

20 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Sempre vivace. She flees from him and he chases more and more wildly
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
1:59

21 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Sempre vivo. The tramps leap out
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
2:20

22 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Adagio. Suddenly the Mandarin’s head appears
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
1:05

23 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Allegro molto. At last the three tramps master their horror
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
2:01

24 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Agitato. The terrified tramps discuss
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
1:20

25 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Molto moderato. The body of the Mandarin begins to glow
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19
1:58

26 The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73, BB 82 (Op. 19): Più mosso. The kiss – The Mandarin falls on the floor
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
János Sándor
partial recording of:
The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73, op. 19
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (from 1918 until 1924)
premiered at:
[stage performance] (1926-11-27)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (in 1927)
part of:
Bartók Béla válogatott zenei írásai (number: Sz. 73) and Béla Bartók’s Works (BB) (number: BB 82)
is the basis for:
The Miraculous Mandarin Suite, op. 19

Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
András Kórodi (Príncipe)
János Sándor (Mandarim)

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