Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Poema Sinfônico “Kossuth” / 2 Retratos para Violino e Orq. / 2 Imagens para Orq. / 4 Peças para Orq. (Lehel, Szűcs, Erdélyi) #BRTK140 Vol. 10 de 29

Aqui, toda a coleção.

Um excelente disco. É incrível — os húngaros conseguem tocar de tal forma que até o Poema Sinfônico Kossuth ganha vida e torna-se muito bom. Apesar de trazer obras abaixo da média de Bartók, o disco está muito acima da média dos compositores, digamos, normais. O poema sinfônico foi escrito uma homenagem ao político húngaro Lajos Kossuth, herói da Revolução Húngara de 1848 e narra musicalmente sua tentativa fracassada de conquistar a independência da Hungria da Áustria em 1848-49. O próprio Bartók escreveu comentários detalhados sobre a partitura, delineando um programa. Embora a obra seja escrita em um único movimento, fala sério, ela é formada por dez movimentos ou seções interrelacionadas. A peça começa com Bartók esboçando um retrato de seu herói e termina com uma marcha fúnebre, que também foi arranjada para piano pelo compositor. Os poemas sinfônicos de Liszt e Strauss influenciam fortemente o trabalho, pois Bartók toma emprestadas ideias deles para desenvolver harmonias, progressões cromáticas e instrumentação. Ao longo da obra, além de melodias bem húngaras — trata-se obviamente de uma composição altamente nacionalista –, há uma sátira zombeteira ao hino nacional austríaco imperial, Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser, que é usada na forma de um leitmotiv recorrente.

As outras obras são também menores e pouco comuns em concertos. Mas Two Portraits (Dois Retratos) e Two Images (Duas Imagens) também são excelentes quando tocadas por húngaros da gema.

Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Poema Sinfônico “Kossuth” / 2 Retratos para Violino e Orq. / 2 Imagens para Orq. / 4 Peças para Orq. (Lehel, Szűcs, Erdélyi) #BRTK140 Vol. 10 de 29

1 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: Kossuth
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: I. Kossuth
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:34

2 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: What Sorrow Lies So Heavily on thy Heart
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: II. Mi bú nehezedik a lelkedre, édes férjem?
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:07

3 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: Danger threatens the fatherland
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: III. Veszélyben a haza
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
0:57

4 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: A Better Fate then was Ours
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: IV. Hajdan jobb idõket éltünk
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:35

5 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: Yet this Brief-Lived Happiness Soon Disappeared
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: V. Majd rosszra fordult sorsunk…
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:18

6 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: To the Battlefield
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: VI. Harcra fel!
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:03

7 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: Come, Oh Come,
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: VII. Jöjjetek, jöjjetek! Szép magyar vitézek, aranyos leventék!
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
3:47

8 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: Excerpt
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: VIII. [untitled]
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
5:56

9 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: All Is Finished
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: IX. Mindennek vége
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
3:38

10 Symphonic poem for orchestra, Sz. 21, BB 31 “Kossuth”: A Hopeless Silence Reigns
orchestra:
Budapest Symphony Orchestra (a.k.a. Budapest Symphony)
conductor:
György Lehel (conductor)
recording of:
Kossuth: X. Csöndes minden, csöndes
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1903)
part of:
Kossuth, Sz. 21, BB 31, DD 75a
1:09

11 Two portraits for violin & orchestra, Sz. 37, BB 48/b (Op. 5): No. 1. Egy idealis (One Ideal)
violin:
Mihály Szűcs (Hungarian violinist)
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Two Portraits, op. 5: 1. One Ideal. Andante
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Two Portraits, Sz. 37, BB 48b, op. 5
10:00

12 Two portraits for violin & orchestra, Sz. 37, BB 48/b (Op. 5): No. 2. Egy torz (One Grotesque)
violin:
Mihály Szűcs (Hungarian violinist)
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Two Portraits, op. 5: 2. One Grotesque
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer)
part of:
Two Portraits, Sz. 37, BB 48b, op. 5
2:40

13 Two pictures for orchestra, Sz. 46, BB 59 (Op. 10): No. 1. Viragzas (In Full Flower)
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
2 Pictures, op. 10, Sz. 46: 1. In voller Blüte
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1910-08)
publisher:
Boosey & Hawkes (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
part of:
2 Pictures, op. 10, Sz. 46
8:26

14 Two pictures for orchestra, Sz. 46, BB 59 (Op. 10): No. 2. A falu tanca (Village Dance)
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
2 Pictures, op. 10, Sz. 46: 2. Dorftanz
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1910-08)
publisher:
Boosey & Hawkes (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
part of:
2 Pictures, op. 10, Sz. 46
9:31

15 Four pieces for orchestra, Op.12, Sz. 51, BB 64: No. 1. Preludio
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51: I. Preludio: Moderato
orchestrator:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1921)
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1912)
part of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51
7:06

16 Four pieces for orchestra, Op.12, Sz. 51, BB 64: No. 2. Scherzo
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51: II. Scherzo: Allegro
orchestrator:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1921)
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1912)
part of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51
6:57

17 Four pieces for orchestra, Op.12, Sz. 51, BB 64: No. 3. Intermezzo
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51: III. Intermezzo: Moderato
orchestrator:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1921)
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1912)
part of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51
5:22

18 Four pieces for orchestra, Op.12, Sz. 51, BB 64: No. 4. Marcia funebre
orchestra:
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
conductor:
Miklós Erdélyi (conductor)
recording of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51: IV. Marcia funebre: Maestoso
orchestrator:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1921)
composer:
Béla Bartók (composer) (in 1912)
part of:
Four Orchestral Pieces, op. 12, Sz. 51

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