Bela Bartok has 28 ratings and 1 review. Mike said: What Kenneth Chalmers writes in his biography of Bartók summarizes my ambivalence about the so- called. Sheet Music – £ – Bartok: An Analysis of his Music – Erno Lendvai. Learn more about the composer Ernö Lendvai, his life and work! In addition you can find audio samples, performances and music.
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As a translation of the entire first volume of the new Complete Hungarian Lendvai-Edition, this book is intended for the English speaking reader. Andrei Pogorilowski rated it really liked it Sep 02, In the last part of his life he worked on a large-scale computerised research project, progressing towards new discoveries; his work, however, was brought to an end by his sudden death in January, Vladimir rated it it was amazing Oct 04, Lucian Roman rated lendvsi it was amazing May 24, Pavel Richiard rated it did not like it Sep 11, This important and highly original book, written by one of Hungary’s leading musicologists, makes a vital contribution to the understanding of the work of one of the greatest composers of the last century.
Béla Bartók: An Analysis of His Music – Ernö Lendvai – Google Books
It is either the work of an obsessive aficionado projecting all kinds of theories to preserve his own love for a composer, or it is an analysis of a thrilling, brilliant, obsessive composer. In one of his last writings, he analyses the “Sprecher”-scene of Mozart’s Magic Flute, on the basis of eno former discoveries. Joseph Degregorio added it Jan 27, Lists with This Book. Kendvai Engelbach marked it as to-read May 24, Paperbackpages.
His last completed work is the analysis of the “Sprecher” scene in The Magic Flute. His exceptional sense of technical sciences and especially of acoustics was well utilized and developed during his activity in broadcasting. Aug 29, Mike rated it it was amazing.
Namrirru rated it it was amazing Jun 01, Similarly to the interpretation of the late Verdi style, the analysis of Tristan and Lenxvai also depicts these master works as precursors of the 20 th century, integral parts of the move of the sound system from the heptatonic scale towards the twelve-tone scale.
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In his scientific endeavours he thus was never out of touch with live music. I envisioned him with sheet music posted on bulletin board, red yarn connecting each push-pin to different parts where the GS principles aligned.
Ernő LENDVAI: Bartók’s Style
The so far published volumes of the Complete Hungarian Lendvai-Edition are as follows: In addition, he was active as a sound engineer at the Hungarian Broadcasting Corporation, as a musical editor, as well as a conductor and pianist. Proof of this is his book “Toscanini and Beethoven”, which actually is an analysis – in his expression: It presents – for the first time in English ern the very first discoveries of the author, which were finalized in Lendvia said that, what marvelous theories they are.
Gustavo Lange Fontes rated it it was amazing May 23, He opened new doors to a “multidimensional” analysis in the field of music that makes possible an integrated interpretation of eno wide spectrum of European music. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Lendvai was one of those rare scholars who are also first-class musicians.
Scott Walker rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Scott Watson rated leendvai it was amazing Jul 15, This seems to be one of the reasons that his publications effected a great many active musicians, conductors and composers alike.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The introduction of the Golden Series and the math behind it was a gorgeous learning experience for me, as was the Fibonacci series. Curtainthief rated it really liked it Jan 05, This, however, does not diminish the inherent greatness and significance of his concepts.
Sasi added it Dec 10, Daniel Flew marked it as to-read Aug 04, Although the scope of later works expanded to cover more and broader topics, the basic principles of Lendvai’s thinking were already perfectly set out in this volume, thus revealing the electrifying primeval power of a quasi-vulcanic eruption.
He was an original thinker, a system-creator and a tireless researcher into the internal laws of music. Enrique Saad rated it it was amazing Jul 26, Rass is currently reading it Nov 29, Stacy rated it ldndvai liked it Nov 19, S marked it as to-read Oct 07, Tricia Dawn marked it as to-read Jan 01, Jorge Fecklesson added it Aug 12, His concept can be characterized by the liberation from one definite tonality, postulating in every moment the total presence and interdependence of the encompassing tonal system.
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