Béla Bartók

from Béla Bartók Letters, pages 99-100:

Kodály had an immense success. It was a really sensational evening, for a hitherto quite unknown man emerged from it, as one of the first order. Rózsavölgyi immediately tried to get his quartet and piano pieces. (It’s a notable event in this county when 2 quartets appear within a year.) Another interesting piece of news: my rhapsody for orchestra and Kodály’s quartet have been accepted by the Allgem. Deutscher Musikverein for its …   more >>

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Béla Bartók, and Demény, János (ed.), Béla Bartók Letters (London, 1971), p. 99-100. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1449851213663 accessed: 19 May, 2024


Béla Bartók

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Kodály's string quartet No. 1
written by Kodály, Zoltán, 1882-1967
performed by Waldbauers
Kodály's piano pieces
written by Kodály, Zoltán, 1882-1967

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Listening Environment indoors, in public


Letter from Béla Bartók to Sándor Kovács [After March 19th, 1910].

Originally submitted by verafonte on Fri, 11 Dec 2015 16:26:53 +0000
Approved on Sat, 23 Apr 2016 20:23:44 +0100