BARTOK MIKROKOSMOS VOL 6 PDF

But, of course, the composer fully intended professional pianists to take them up, as well. These Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm are probably the most technically demanding works in the collection. Interpretively, too, they challenge the pianist both in his or her skills in keyboard coloration and in capturing the Bulgarian rhythmic folk idiom. The first of the six dances here certainly displays a folk flavor, but one many will hear as Spanish, notably in the lively main theme.

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The compositions get progressively more difficult, concluding with two volumes of music intended to be professional performance-quality pieces. The pieces are still commonly used in piano instruction, and many of the more advanced selections still make regular appearances on the performance programs of professional pianists. One day as I sat in piano lessons with my professor in college, he suggested I go pick these up and look at them a bit before our next lesson.

I bought the book, took it home and sat at the piano with it in complete confusion; the notes made no sense and it sounded flat wrong when I played what was on the page.

A week later, when I began to discuss with my piano professor how I thought the music had been misprinted, he smiled at me and chuckled. As the name of the piece makes clear, the dances are based on a variety of a-symmetrical rhythms that are common in Bulgarian folk music.

The melodies, however, are completely original. Roughly, bimodalism is when a composer creates music that is in two keys at the same time instead of just one see the videos below for examples. This creates a sound that will be very odd for those who are only accustomed to the classical music of composers like Bach, Beethoven and Mozart.

Each of the dances uses a unique rhythmic pattern to give each piece a distinctive character. All are high-energy and unified together through the creative use and development of a chromatic line that appears in each of the pieces, causing them to resemble one another even amidst their differences in the way that brothers and sisters so often look alike. It retains a similarly high-level energy but adds more force and power.

The rhythm is suggestive of a skipping or hopping dance that eventually evolves into an almost raucous stomping.

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