Rhapsody No. 1 (Corrected Edition October 2005) Violin and Piano
The first performance of the Rhapsody No. 1 for violin and orchestra, took place in November of 1929. The violin/piano reduction was premiered exactly three weeks later, with the composer at the piano. This new edition, directed by the composer's son, Peter Bartok, corrects all detectable errors, and clarifies details of the music.
Title: Rhapsody No. 1 (Corrected Edition October 2005) Violin and Piano, By Bartok, Bela, Edited by Peter Bartok, Published by Boosey and Hawkes, Item number: 48018810
Roumanian Folk Dances (Orchestra Arrangement: Grade 4)
This arrangement features four of the six dance movements originally composed by Bartok. Arranger Deborah Baker Monday selected Joc Cu Bata, Buciumeana, Poarga Romanesca, and Maruntel for their accessibility to high school orchestras. Well balanced among the sections, this suite is perfect for festival and concert performances.
Title: Roumanian Folk Dances (Orchestra Arrangement: Grade 4), By Bartók, Béla, Edited by Deborah Baker Monday, Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Item number: SO185C