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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52498
Doc. No:TL22452
Call number:‭1463172‬
Main Entry:Huey-En Luo
Title & Author:A performer's analysis of Béla Bartók's piano Suite, Opus 14Huey-En Luo
College:California State University, Long Beach
Date:2008
Degree:M.M.
student score:2008
Page No:36
Abstract:Béla Bartók's contribution to the piano remains unsurpassed in the twentieth century. Among his published works are 400 for solo piano. Most of these contain folk elements; the pieces also employ harmonic and rhythmic idioms of the time. The four-movement Suite, Opus 14, was composed in February 1916, in Rakoskeresztur, and was first performed by Bartók in Budapest. The Suite uses fewer folk elements than his other works. Romany or Gypsy melodies are used in the first movement; an Arabic element figures in the third movement; and folklike rhythmic patterns pervade throughout the work. This project report presents an overview of the Suite, focusing on both form and specific folk elements. Also considered are recordings by four renowned Bartók interpreters and by the composer himself. Performance suggestions are provided based on inherent folk elements and personal interpretation by the author. An audio CD of a recital given on April 30, 2005, at California State University, Long Beach accompanies this report.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Music; 0413:Music
Added Entry:K. Forney
Added Entry:California State University, Long Beach