|Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion, Sz. 110|
|A1||Mvt. I: Assai Lento - Allegro Molto|
|A2||Mvt. II: Lento Ma Non Troppo|
|B1||Mvt. III: Allegro Non Troppo|
|10 Pieces From The Collection For Children, Sz. 42|
|B2.1||Quasi Adagio, Vol I, No. 3|
|B2.2||Pillow Dance, Vol I, No. 4|
|B2.3||Study For The Left Hand, Vol I, No. 6|
|B2.4||Children's Dance, Vol I, No. 10|
|B2.5||Allegro, Vol I, No. 12|
|B2.6||Ballad, Vol I, No. 13|
|B2.7||Allegro Moderato, Vol I, No. 15|
|B2.8||Soldier's Song, Vol I, No. 18|
|B2.9||Allegretto, Vol I, No. 19|
|B2.10||Allegro Robusto, Vol I, No. 21|
|From Ten Easy Pieces, Sz. 39|
|B3.1||Evening In Transylvania|
|TV 4159||Bartok* – Bela* & Ditta Pasztory Bartok*, Harry J. Baker & Edward J. Rubsan||Bartok* – Bela* & Ditta Pasztory Bartok*, Harry J. Baker & Edward J. Rubsan - Bartok Plays Bartok (LP, Mono)||Turnabout||TV 4159||US||1967|
|TV 4159||Bartok* – Bela* & Ditta Pasztory Bartok*, Harry J. Baker & Edward J. Rubsan||Bartok* – Bela* & Ditta Pasztory Bartok*, Harry J. Baker & Edward J. Rubsan - Bartok Plays Bartok (LP, Mono, RP)||Turnabout||TV 4159||US||1970|
|PLP 6010||Bartok*||Sonate Pour 2 Pianos Et Percussion (2x12", S/Sided, W/Lbl)||Polydor, Vox Productions||PLP 6010||Unknown|
|PL 6010||Bartok*||Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion (LP, Album)||VOX||PL 6010||Unknown|
Bartok – Bela & Ditta Pasztory Bartok, Harry J. Baker & Edward J. Rubsan – Bartok Plays Bartok. Label: Turnabout – TV 4159, Turnabout – T. 159. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Piano – Bela Bartok, Ditta Pasztory Bartok (tracks: A1 to B1). Presenter – Bela Bartok.
Ditta Pásztory-Bartók (31 October 1903 – 21 November 1982) was a Hungarian pianist and the second wife of the composer Béla Bartók. She was the dedicatee of a number of his works, including Out of Doors and the Third Piano Concerto.
This is what makes the "Bartok Plays Bartok" disc from Pearl Records such a treat to listen to. The recordings on this disc date from between 1929 and 1941 and display Bartok's gifts as a solid pianist in their fullest. His pianistic attack and full command of the instrument comes through in every piece included here. Standouts include the opening piano "Suite", Bartok's own rendition of his famous "Allegro Barbaro" and the "Petite Suite"
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Pearl (catalog number GEM 0179). This album was released in 2003 year. UK. Format of the release is.
With Bela and Ditta Bartok, Segun Adewale, Glen Francis, Paddy Steer, Giant Sand and Can. Show more. Max Reinhardt takes to the decks to celebrate Record Store Day 2016, rejoicing in the hum and crackle in this all vinyl special. He'll revisit original LPs with Bela & Ditta Bartok performing Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion, a Nigerian Juju classic from Segun Adewale and Jamaican gospel from Glen Francis . Performer: Ditta Pasztory Bartok. Performer: Béla Bartók. Performer: Harry J Baker. Performer: edward J Rubsan. Portland Town (with Intro by Robert Gittings).
Ditta Pásztory-Bartók plays Bartók. Ditta Bartok-Pasztory Piano. CD: 1 Tracks: 14 Length: 1:05:30. CD 1. Béla Bartók Composer. Concerto for 2 Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra, BB121, S. 15 Work. Ditta Bartok-Pasztory. Naxos featured album.