The life and music of Béla Bartók.
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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bartók, Béla, 1881-1945,
  • Bartók, Béla, 1881-1945 -- Discography

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsML410.B26 S8
The Physical Object
Pagination366 p.
Number of Pages366
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6133011M
LC Control Number53005551

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First published in , Halsey Stevens's The Life and Music of Bela Bartok was hailed as a triumph of musicology and quickly established itself as the classic text. Stevens combined an authoritiative, balanced account of the Hungarian composer's life with candid insightful analyses of hisnumerous works. The Life and Music of Bela Bartok By Halsey Stevens Oxford University Press, , Revised in pages First issued in , Halsey Stevens book still stands as one of the best biographies of Bela Bartok. Published nine years after the composer’s death, the book is a thoroughly researched study of both the man [ ]. In terms of a single, relatively untechnical accounting of Bartók’s life and work, Halsey Stevens’s Life and Music of Béla Bartók is a classic, while those wanting to dig a bit deeper into the musical nuts and bolts of how Bartók did what he did might find The Bartók Compendium, edited by Malcolm Gillies, precisely the thing to scratch Author: Dale Debakcsy. First published in , Halsey Stevens''s The Life and Music of Bela Bartok was hailed as a triumph of musicology and quickly established itself as the classic text. Stevens combined an authoritiative, balanced account of the Hungarian composer''s life with candid insightful analyses of his numerous works. To Stevens, the high point of Bartok''s genius was the chamber music, which he assessed.

Get this from a library! The life and music of Béla Bartók. [Halsey Stevens] -- "Chronological list of works": p Bibliography: Bibliographical footnotes. The basic principles of progression and the means by which tonality is established in Bartók's music remain problematical to many theorists. Elliott Antokoletz here demonstrates that the remarkable continuity of style in Bartók's evolution is founded upon an all-encompassing system of pitch relations in which one can draw together the diverse pitch formations in his music under one unified. Halsey Stevens and Malcolm Gillies The Life and Music of Bela Bartok Oxford University Press, ; ISBN ; pages First published in , and again in , Stevens's study is a classic text, combining an authoritative, balanced account of the Hungarian composer's life with candid, insightful analyses of his numerous works. First published in , and again in , Stevens's study is a classic text, combining an authoritative, balanced account of the Hungarian composer's life with candid, insightful analyses of his numerous works, particularly the chamber works. The work now appears in a third edition, prepared by the Bartók scholar Malcolm Gillies. A comprehensive chronological list of works is added.