Барток. Хорови творби за мъжки гласове
Bartók Béla: Choral Works for Male Voices
Edited by Szabó Miklós
In collaboration with Somfai László, Kerékfy Márton, Pintér Csilla Mária
Setting: Lower Voices
Genre: Choral Work
Period: 20th Century
Language: Hungarian, English, German
Length: 124 pages
Weight: 0.38 kg
Published: February 2021
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó
Item number: 20036
Based on the Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition (Z. 15009), this volume includes Bartók’s complete works for male voices. The lyrics in this Urtext edition are in the original languages and in the translations authorized by the composer. Literal English translations are provided in the appendix, which also includes the early version of Four Hungarian Folk Songs and the German version of movements 3 to 6 from Székely Folk Songs.
The edition is complete with an informative preface (in Hungarian, English, and German) and detailed Editorial Comments (in Hungarian and English). The Comments give an overview of the textual, folk-music, and compositional sources, and provide detailed information on the performance practice of Bartók’s choral works.
The edition has been printed on high-quality and environmentally-friendly paper.
This volume is also available cloth-bound, along with the volumes for children’s and female voices and for mixed voices, in slipcase (Z. 20076). Separate editions of each work included in this volume are also available.
Evening (BB 30, 1903)
Four Old Hungarian Folk Songs (BB 60, 1910, rev. 1926)
Slovak Folk Songs (BB 78, 1917)
Székely Folk Songs (BB 106, 1932)
From Olden Times. Three Choruses for Men’s Voices (BB 112, 1935)
I. Parlando II. Allegro scherzando III. Molto tranquillo
Appendix – Four Old Hugarian Folk Songs (Early version) (BB 60, 1910)
Appendix – Three Hungarian Folk Songs from Transylvania (Simplified version of movements 3-6 of Székely Folk Songs
with German words)