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Béla Bartók


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Béla Bartók
   composed the opera   
Bluebeard's Castle
One-act opera lasts only a little over one hour
Béla Bartók
   was born on   
March 25, 1881
Hungarian composer
"Bartok: Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet & Piano"
   was released by   
Béla Bartók With Benny Goodman
1940 - inducted in 1989
Béla Bartók
   was born in   
Hungary
20th century composer and ethnomusicologist
Béla Bartók
   composed   
"Drei Lieder"
Bartók, 1881-1945
Béla Bartók
   composed   
"Húsz Magyar Népdal"
Collection of 20 songs
Béla Bartók
   composed   
"Four Songs from Mikrokosmos"
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Violin Concerto No. 1 (1907)
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Violin Concerto No. 2 (1937-8)
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 2 (1930-1)
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 3 (1945)
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Viola Concerto
Unfinished at the time of Bartók's death in 1945
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Concerto for Orchestra (1943)
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Cantata Profana
Tenor, baritone, double chorus and orchestra, 1930
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Dance Suite
For orchestra, 1923
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Duke Bluebeard's Castle
Opera in one act, 1911
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Hungarian Folksongs
For voice and piano, 1905
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Mikrokosmos
Progressive pieces for piano in six volumes
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Ten Easy Pieces
For piano, 1908
Béla Bartók
   composed   
The Miraculous Mandarin
Béla Bartók
   composed   
The Wooden Prince
Béla Bartók
   is buried in   
Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, NY, USA
Composer






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