Dance! (2015)

Bartók, Dvorak, Kodaly, Bloch, Brahms, Piazzolla, Kupkovic

Huijnen, Grotenhuis

When Béla Bartók wanted to pursue his own musical direction after the conservatory, he found more and more inspiration in Hungarian folk music. Together with his friend Kodály he traveled across the Hungarian landscape, which included parts of what is now Romania, recording and collecting folk music. In 1906, he published his first bundle, making his research on folklore become his biggest passion. Even in Turkey and Africa he explored all kinds of music, collecting over 10.000 folk songs during those years. Bartók deliberately incorporated lots of these folk influences from Hungary into his own compositions. However, he found his own personal style, marking his signature on a lot of modern music. For example, in his six-piece cycle titled Romanian Folk Dances, which was initially composed for piano solo. Bartók simplified the rhythmical irregularities of the original melodies, and enriched the harmonic structure to his own liking.

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Dance! (2015)

Bartók, Dvorak, Kodaly, Bloch, Brahms, Piazzolla, Kupkovic

Huijnen, Grotenhuis

Cables: Siltech
Digital Converters: dCS
Mastering Engineer: Bert van der Wolf
Mastering Equipment: Avalon Acoustic
Microphones: Sonodore
Producer: Bert van der Wolf
Recording Engineer: Bert van der Wolf
Recording location: Galaxy Studios, Mol, Belgium
Recording Software: Merging
Recording Type & Bit Rate: DSD64

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Romanian Folk Dances op. 7
Bartók
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Slavonic Dance op. 46, no. 1
Dvorak
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Humoresque op. 101 no. 7
Dvorak
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Adagio
Kodaly
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Three Hungarian Dances- Moderato assai e molto espressivo
Kodaly
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Three Hungarian Dances- Allegro
Kodaly
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Three Hungarian Dances- Presto con fuoco
Kodaly
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Abodah (a Yom Kippur melody)
Bloch
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from Hungarian Dances- no. 6, Allegro
Brahms
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from Hungarian Dances- no. 7, Allegretto
Brahms
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from Hungarian Dances- no. 1, Allegro Molto
Brahms
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from Histoire du Tango- Cafe 1930
Piazzolla
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from Histoire du Tango- Nightclub 1960
Piazzolla
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Souvenir
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