Boulez Conducts Bartók / New York Philharmonic - The Miraculous Mandarin (Complete) / Dance Suite mp3 album
New York PhilharmonicPierre Boulez. New York PhilharmonicPierre BoulezWalter Rosenberger. The Wooden Prince, Sz 60 (op. 13): Seventh Dance: Dismayed, the Princess attempts to hurry after the. 08:06. 33. New York PhilharmonicPierre Boulez. Dance Suite, Sz 77: II. Allegro molto.
Pierre Boulez's Bartók performances from the early '70s are among the conductor's finest accomplishments and demonstrate how thoroughly transformed the New York Philharmonic was under his leadership. Without doubt, the focal point of this disc, the complete Miraculous Mandarin, receives one of the most vivid performances in the orchestra's history.
Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite. Béla Bartók, Leó Weiner; The Philharmonia, London Voices, Neeme Järvi. Concerto for Orchestra - II, Part 2 (New York Philharmonic feat. conductor: Pierre Boulez). Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite.
Artists P Pierre Boulez The Miraculous Mandarin (Complete), Dance Suite. The New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Hans-Jürgen Winterhoff.
Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin, BB 82, Sz. 73 (O. 9) - Sostenuto: Third Decoy Game by Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Pierre Boulez. Pierre Boulez conducts Bartok's music very well, and this is no exception. 15 people found this helpful.
Pierre Boulez conducting the New York Philharmonic - Boulez Conducts Bartok: The Miraculous Mandarin and Dance Suite. Eugene Ormandy conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra - Gliere: Ilya Murometz (Symphony No. 3). Antal Dorati conducting the Philharmonic Hungarica - Haydn: Symphonies (Complete), Vols. 4 and 5. Leopold Stokowski conducting the London Symphony - Ives: Orchestral Set No. 2.
Dance Suite (Hungarian: Táncszvit; German: Tanz-Suite), Sz. 77, BB 86a, is a well-known 1923 orchestral work by the Hungarian composer Béla Bartók. The composer produced a reduction for piano (Sz. 77, BB 86b) in 1925, though this is less commonly performed.
Béla Bartók's Dance Suite is an orchestral work composed in 1923 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the union between Buda, Pest and Óbuda. At that time, three composers were commissioned new scores: Béla Bartók composed his Dance Suite, Erno Dohnányi composed the Festival Overture and Zoltán Kodály composed his Psalmus Hungaricus. Rejecting any kind of nationalism, Bartók draws freely his inspiration from Romanian, Arabian and Hungarian folk music for his piece. To conclude this concert dedicated to Béla Bartók, Pierre Boulez conducts the Berlin Philharmonic to perform The Miraculous Mandarin, a work composed in 1918-1919. By the time it was premiered, the score caused a scandal due to the eroticism of its argument.