- Performer:Neeme Järvi
- Title:Béla Bartok: Hungarian Pictures; Leò Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite; George Enescu: Romanian Rhapsodies
- Date of release:1998
- Size FLAC version1877 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1528 megabytes
- Size WMA version1464 megabytes
- Formats:XM MP1 AIFF RA FLAC VOC
Béla Bartok: Hungarian Pictures; Leò Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite; George Enescu: Romanian Rhapsodies. Roumanian Rhapsodies (2), for orchestra, Op. 11. 10. Romanian Rhapsody, Op. 11 No. 1. Modéré - Très vif. Neeme Järvi. 2. Lent - Vite.
Rhapsodies released: 2005. George Enescu: Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1, Franz Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies (London Symphony Orchestra feat. Antal Dorati) released: 2005. George Enescu: Symphony No. 3 and Concert Overture in A major (George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra Bucharest feat conductor Christian Mandeal) released: 1996. Suite d'Orchestre N., Symphony No. 1, Intermède Op. 12 (George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra Bucharest, feat. conductor Christian Mandeal) released: 1996. Rhapsody No. 2, Symphony No. 2 released: 1996.
Hungarian Folkdance Suite, Op. 18. 27:30. The Hungarian Pictures completed in 1931 are derived from earlier piano pieces, based on actual folk songs or dances, or simply taken from the peasant idiom in which Bartok was so thoroughly steeped. Weiner’s enthusiasm for folk music came later in his life, after 1921, and inevitably owed much to the activities of Bartok and Kodaly. He still continued to treat the folk-song material symphonically in a very conservative way and the Hungarian Folkdance Suite has more in common with Liszt or Brahms than his contemporaries. The two Romanian Rhapsodies are the works by which he is best known today, but they are also works that he wanted to leave behind as his music developed and matured. They should not be derided for this popularity as it is justly deserved.
This album has an average beat per minute of 86 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/86 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Bartók: Hungarian Pictures, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite, Enescu: Romanian Rhapsodies. Hungarian Sketches, BB 103 (Sz 97): No. An Evening in the Village. 5. Swineherd's Dance. 6. Hungarian Folk Dances, op. 18: I. Allegro risoluto e ben marcato. 7. 18: II. Andante poco sostenuto – Allegro con fuoco.
11 no. 1 Béla Bartók. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, Bartók: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta. The Miraculous Mandarin, op. 19 (Sz. 73): Dance of the Girl. Concerto for Orchestra, The Miraculous Mandarin.
Béla BartókPhilharmonia OrchestraNeeme JärviLondon VoicesLeó Weiner. Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite. Philharmonia OrchestraNeeme Järvi. 3.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Performer: Béla Bartók, Leó Weiner, Neeme Järvi, The Philharmonia, London Voices. Audio CD (October 24, 2000).
Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite. Béla Bartók, Leó Weiner; The Philharmonia, London Voices, Neeme Järvi. Leo Weiner (Hungarian: 'Weiner Leó'; 16 April 1885 – 13 September 1960), was one of the leading Hungarian music educators of the first half of the twentieth century and a composer. Education Weiner was born in Budapest. Bartók: Hungarian Pictures, Weiner: Hungarian Folkdance Suite, Enescu: Romanian Rhapsodies. Bartók, Weiner, Enescu; Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Neeme Järvi. Toldi - Symphonic Poem.
Hungarian Folkdance Suite Op. 27:33. Composed By – Béla Bartók (tracks: 1 to 9), Leó Weiner (tracks: 10 to 13). Conductor – Neeme Järvi. Conductor – Terry Edwards (2). Orchestra – Philharmonia, The.
CreditsHugh Bean - Leader
D.M. Cassidy - Design
Ben Connellan - Assistant Engineer, Editing
Brian Couzens - Producer
Ralph Couzens - Engineer
Bradley Creswick - Leader
Jeffrey Ginn - Assistant Engineer, Editing
Paulette Hutchinson - Liner Note Translation
Neeme Järvi - Conductor, Primary Artist
Suzie E. Maeder - Photography
Peter Newble - Assistant Engineer, Editing
Edwin Paling - Leader
Christopher Palmer - Liner Notes
Dave Partridge - Typesetting
Philharmonia Orchestra - Orchestra
Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Orchestra
Renate Maria Wendel - Liner Note Translation
|Hungarian Sketches (Magyar képek), for orchestra, Sz. 97, BB 103|
|1||No. 1, Este a szekelyeknel (An Evening at the Village)||Neeme Järvi||3:07|
|2||No. 2, Medvetanc (Bear Dance)||Neeme Järvi||1:37|
|3||No. 3, Melodia (Air)||Neeme Järvi||2:25|
|4||No. 4, Kicsit azottan (A Bit Tipsy)||Neeme Järvi||2:31|
|5||No. 5, Urogi kanasztanc (Dance of the Urog Swinherds)||Neeme Järvi||2:03|
|Hungarian Folk Dance Suite, for orchestra (or piano, 4-hands), Op. 18|
|6||Allegro risoluto e ben marcato||Neeme Järvi||6:52|
|7||Andante poco sostenuto - Allegro con fuoco||Neeme Järvi||5:47|
|8||Andante poco sostenuto - Pesante, poco maestoso||Neeme Järvi||8:35|
|Roumanian Rhapsodies (2), for orchestra, Op. 11|
|10||Romanian Rhapsody, Op. 11 No. 1. Modéré - Très vif||Neeme Järvi||13:29|
|11||Romanian Rhapsody, Op. 11 No. 2. Lent - Vite||Neeme Järvi||11:46|