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Pierre Boulez|Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra/The Miraculous Mandarin

Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra/The Miraculous Mandarin

Pierre Boulez

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Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra/The Miraculous Mandarin

Pierre Boulez

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Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116 (Béla Bartók)

1
I. Introduzione
00:10:01

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Edward T. Graham, Recording Engineer

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment

2
II. Giuoco delle coppie
00:06:41

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Edward T. Graham, Recording Engineer

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment

3
III. Elegia
00:07:26

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Edward T. Graham, Recording Engineer

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment

4
IV. Intermezzo interrotto
00:04:21

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Edward T. Graham, Recording Engineer

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment

5
V. Finale
00:08:39

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Edward T. Graham, Recording Engineer

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment

The Miraculous Mandarin, Op. 19, Sz. 73 (Béla Bartók)

6
Prelude - The Curtain Rises
00:02:57

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

7
First Seduction Game
00:03:43

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Second Seduction Game
00:03:03

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Third Seduction Game - The Mandarin Enters
00:03:38

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

10
The Girl is Undecided - She Shudders and Draws Back Again
00:06:19

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

11
The Mandarin Rises Again
00:02:41

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Suddenly the Mandarin's Head Appears Between The Pillows and he looks longingly at the girl
00:04:27

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

13
The Body of the Mandarin Begins to Glow with a Greenish Blue Light
00:04:13

Andrew Kazdin, Producer - Bela Bartok, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

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