|Title:||The Six String Quartets - Album III - Fifth And Sixth Quartets|
|Other format:||AAC APE AIFF MP4 ASF WAV AA|
|First Movement: Allegro|
|Second Movement: Adagio Molto|
|Third Movement: Scherzo (Alla Bulgarese)|
|Fourth Movement: Andante|
|Fifth Movement: Finale (Allegro Vivace)|
|First Movement: Mesto - Più Mosso, Pesante|
|Second Movement: Mesto - Marcia|
|Third Movement: Mesto - Burletta (Moderato)|
|Fourth Movement: Mesto - Più Andante|
|ANG 35242||Bela Bartok*, Vegh Quartet*||Bela Bartok*, Vegh Quartet* - The Six String Quartets - Album III - Fifth And Sixth Quartets (LP, Album)||Angel Records||ANG 35242||UK||Unknown|
|6101, RS 6101||Bartok*, Vegh String Quartet*||Bartok*, Vegh String Quartet* - The String Quartets, Vol. III (LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat)||The Record Society, The Record Society, World Record Club||6101, RS 6101||Australia||1963|
|33CX 1285||Bartók*, Vegh String Quartet*||Bartók*, Vegh String Quartet* - Bartók String Quartets - Volume III (LP)||Columbia||33CX 1285||Netherlands||Unknown|
|33CX 1285||Bartók*, Vegh String Quartet*||Bartók*, Vegh String Quartet* - Bartók String Quartets - Volume III (LP)||Columbia||33CX 1285||UK||Unknown|
Bartok, Vegh String Quartet - The String Quartets, Vol. III (LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat). The Record Society, The Record Society, World Record Club. Bartók, Vegh String Quartet.
The String Quartet No. 6, Sz. 114, BB 119, was the final string quartet that Béla Bartók wrote before his death. It was begun in August 1939 in Saanen, Switzerland, where Bartók was a guest of his patron, the conductor Paul Sacher. Shortly after he completed the Divertimento for String Orchestra on the 17th, he started on a commission for his friend, the violinist Zoltán Székely.
Béla Bartók has emerged as one of the few modern masters who continue to be regularly performed and recorded. The six string quartets that span his career from 1908 to 1939 are generally regarded as this century's unsurpassed addition to the medium, and they provide an intimate entrée into the world of their withdrawn and enigmatic composer. With this cycle, the Takács Quartet confirms its reputation, against some very fierce competition, as possibly the most cogent, exciting exponent of this music today.
Juilliard String Quartet. Bartók: The Six String Quartets. Among an assortment of excellent recordings, especially those by the Takács, Tokyo, and Emerson Quartets, the Juilliard Quartet's 1981 presentation of the six Bartók quartets has considerable competition. The ensemble, with several personnel changes over the years, has recorded the cycle twice before, in 1950 and 1963, so this version must contend with its predecessors as well. These are the Juilliard's most forward and exposed performances, and the all-digital recordings have some noises that may distract
The Six String Quartets. This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 52/156 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Six String Quartets. BPM Profile The Six String Quartets. Album starts at 76BPM, ends at 81BPM (+5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Béla Bartók. Mikrokosmos 6, Fifteen Hungarian Peasant Songs, Suite, op. 14, Out of Doors, Three Burlesques. Enescu, Bartok, Tüür, Kõrvits.
Fine Arts Quartet String Quartet. CDs: 3 Tracks: 36 Length: 3:07:37. Music and Arts Programs of America Rel. 2 Jul 2013 Recorded 1959. CD 1 of 3. Béla Bartók Composer. String Quartet N. in A-, O., BB52, S. 0 Work.
List of string quartets by Béla Bartók.
17 Sz 67: III. Lento. Streichquartett Nr. 3 Sz 85: I. Prima parte: Moderato. 3 Sz 85: II. Seconda parte: Allegro. Béla Bartók: Turkish Folk Music Collection. Bartók: Works for Piano.
Bartók & Schubert: String Quartets Vegh Quartet. Listen on Apple Music. String Quartet No. 3, Sz. 85. By Béla Bartók. 7 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute.