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Even so complex and substantial a score as the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta was completed just ten weeks after he accepted Brtok commission, and the Divertimento was composed in barely more than two weeks in the comfortable accommodations Sacher provided at Saanen. String orchestra violin 1 Violin 1.

Divertimento, Sz.113 (Bartók, Béla)

In the development various choirs are pitted against one another or alternate with the full ensemble as the mood passes from momentarily introspective to boldly declamatory, the latter predominating in the recapitulation, which winds down, however, to a tranquil ending. Faber and Faber Limited,pp. By Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin.

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What starts out as a “serious” fugue, breaks off to become an extended cadenza for solo violin. Give Now Help us continue to provide the outstanding performances you’ve come to expect!

The 6 minute finale is quick, dance-like and in rondo form. Edited by Maurice Hinson.


Here is an abundance of unabashed good humor, given emphasis by the cross-rhythms and the brilliance of the string scoring. The 8-minute-long second movement is very slow and dark music.

Listening CD, 1 disc. Divertimento for Strings About the Work Composer: Numerous dancelike tunes are heard against the backdrop of varied rhythms and harmonies; a three-note figure from the end of the first theme establishes itself as a sort of ritornello or “motto” that will be reappear later in the work.

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Within the movement is a full three-voice fugue that culminates in a recitative-like solo cadenza for violin. These shifts serve to heighten the lively, spontaneous character of the movement. By Bela Bartok Together with the last of his six string quartets written at about the same time but introduced later, in Scofe Yorkit brought to an end a remarkably rich period which also saw the creation of the Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano, and the Second Violin Concerto both composed in Views Read Edit View history.

Divertimento fur Streicher BB The second movement includes 14 different metronome markings in only 74 bars of music, with measures 50—54 each having their own metronome marking. Published by Toccata Classics NX. For here I am, as you know, entirely the guest of the Sachers; they see to everything — from a distance.


Divertimento for String Orchestra (Bartók)

Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 5. In any event, the benevolent Sacher saw to it that he was cut off from tension as much as possible: Polyphonic writing is a feature of its first section, whose character is predominantly ruminative; the music then becomes more animated, with piercing little jabs and a pronouncedly Hungarian flavor.

In a word, I am living alone — in a ethnographic object: Published by Centaur Scode. You can help by adding to it.

Béla Bartók – Divertimento

Back American Opera Initiative. The melodic material presented by the group of soloists is commonly imitative fugato. One of the most evident neoclassical characteristics is the treatment of texture. Edited by Ulrich Mahlert. Death and the Maiden – Shostakovich: The slow movement is somewhat more inward and profound that the two outer ones. The divertjmento is once again varied by contrasts of soloists with the full orchestra, although to a lesser extent than in the previous movement.

Faber and Faber,p. Dynamically, the work bqrtok sharp contrasts. This movement is full of imitation both as single solo voices and as a full ensemble. The work is scored for full orchestral strings.