Princeton University Library Catalog

Bartók and his world / edited by Peter Laki.

Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, 1995.
ix, 314 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bard Music Festival series [More in this series]
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Out of Hungary: Bartok, modernism, and the cultural politics of twentieth-century music / Leon Botstein -- Why is a Bartok thematic catalog sorely needed? / Laszlo Somfai -- The gallows and the altar: poetic criticism and critical poetry about Bartok in Hungary / Peter Laki -- Bartok's reception in America, 1940-1945 / Tibor Tallian translated by P. Laki -- Bluebeard as theater: the influence of Maeterlinck and Hebbel on Balazs's Bluebeard drama / Carl Leafstedt -- The Miraculous Mandarin: Melchior Lengyel, his pantomime, and his connections to Bela Bartok / Vera Lampert -- Bartok and Stravinsky: respect, competition, influence, and the Hungarian reaction to modernism in the 1920's / David E. Schneider -- Travel reports from three continents: a selection of letters from Bela Bartok / Translated by Peter Laki -- Bela Bartok: an interview by Dezso Kosztolanyi / Translated by David E. Schneider -- A conversation with Bela Bartok / Translated by David E. Schneider and Klara Moricz -- Recollections of Bela Bartok / Translated by Peter Laki and Balazs Dibuz -- A change in style / Edwin Von Der Null translated by S. Gillespie -- Bartok's Third String quartet / Theodor Adorno translated by S. Gillespie -- Bartok's foreign tour / Aladar Toth translated by D. Schneider and K. Moricz -- Two Bartok obituaries / Bence Szabolcsi translated by P. Laki -- A selection of poems inspired by Bela Bartok / Translated by Peter Laki and Claire Lashley.
Bartók, Béla, 1881-1945 [Browse]
  • 0691006342 (cl : alk. paper)
  • 0691006334 (pbk. : alk. paper
95013368 /MN
Related name:
Other views:
Staff view