excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 257 (104 words)

excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 257 (104 words)

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Béla Bartók Letters

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At the concert on May 7th I really did play some pieces from the Mikrokosmos. However, at this particular concert they were not so important as the children’s choruses. It was a great experience for me when – at the rehearsal – I heard for the first time my little choruses coming from the lips of these children. I shall never forget this impression of the freshness and gaiety of the little one’s voices. There is something in the natural way these children from the suburban schools produce their voices, that reminds one of the unspoilt sound of peasant singing.

At the concert on May 7th I really did play some pieces from the Mikrokosmos. However, at this particular concert they were not so important as the children’s choruses. It was a great experience for me when – at the rehearsal – I heard for the first time my little choruses coming from the lips of these children. I shall never forget this impression of the freshness and gaiety of the little one’s voices. There is something in the natural way these children from the suburban schools produce their voices, that reminds one of the unspoilt sound of peasant singing.

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