Bard Music West: Hungarian Roots

By Laura Gaynon

Hungarian Roots pays homage to Ligeti’s Hungarian-Jewish origins and rhythmic influences: Hungary’s 20th-century master Béla Bartók, the folk music of Transylvania, several of Ligeti’s earliest works, a song cycle by one of Ligeti's most famous pupils.

18 songs

  1. 1.
    2:410:30
  2. 2.
    Magyarózdi Öreges PontozóSzászcsávás BandTransylvanian Folk Music
    1:090:30
  3. 3.
    String Quartet No.2, BB 75, Op.17 (Sz.67): 1. ModeratoBéla Bartók, Takács QuartetBartók: The String Quartets (2 CDs)
    9:410:30
  4. 4.
    String Quartet No.2, BB 75, Op.17 (Sz.67): 2. Allegro molto capricciosoBéla Bartók, Takács QuartetBartók: The String Quartets (2 CDs)
    7:150:30
  5. 5.
    String Quartet No.2, BB 75, Op.17 (Sz.67): 3. LentoBéla Bartók, Takács QuartetBartók: The String Quartets (2 CDs)
    8:450:30
  6. 6.
    Sonata for solo cello: I. Dialogo (Adagio - rubato - cantabile)György Ligeti, Emmanuelle BertrandEmmanuelle Bertrand: Le violoncelle au XXe siècle
    5:180:30
  7. 7.
    Sonata for solo cello: II. Capriccio (Presto con slancio)György Ligeti, Emmanuelle BertrandEmmanuelle Bertrand: Le violoncelle au XXe siècle
    5:130:30
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    2:270:30
  9. 9.
    4:030:30
  10. 10.
    1:100:30
  11. 11.
    2:240:30
  12. 12.
    3:080:30
  13. 13.
    0:510:30
  14. 14.
    4:050:30
  15. 15.
    1:100:30
  16. 16.
    2:100:30
  17. 17.
    1:190:30
  18. 18.
    4:000:30

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