Curved Air presents:
Do you remember this music?
Béla Bartók was a hero in his native Hungary, but died in poverty in New York. He was a pianist and a genius, and one of the giants of 20th-century music.
Rafael Kubelik & Chicago Symphony Orchestra, “Bartok - Music For Stringed Instruments, Percussion And Celesta (excerpt)”
Mercury Classics - 1951
Noël Lee, “Bartok - Out Of Doors”
Janos Starker & Gyorgy Sebok, “Bartok - First Rhapsody, cor cello and piano”
Josef Páleníček et. al., “Bartok - Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion”
Kyung-Wha with Sir Georg Solti & The London Philharmonic Orchestra, “Bartok - Violin Concerto No. 2, III. Allegro molto”
Decca - 1977
Stephen Bishop with Colin Davis & London Symphony Orchestra, “Bartok - Piano Concerto No. 1, III. Allegro molto”
Gyorgy Pauk et. al., “Bartok - Contrasts”
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