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Bartok: Rhapsody No.1 for Violin


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Bartok: Rhapsody No.1 for Violin
Includes accompaniments for:

1. Prima parte
2. Seconda parte
2. Seconda parte (alternative)



Bartok wrote his first Rhapsody in 1928. It is a substantial work in two movements, the first containing a Hungarian melody against a drone-like accompaniment. Bartok provided two different endings for the second movement, and both are included here. The movement itself is formed from a series of new melodies building towards an accelerando.


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1. Prima Parte

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Bar 76 (rehearsal mark 12) - click-beats indicate the beats in this bar where violin plays

Bars 84-90: click-beats help keep the pulse in these bars.


2. Seconda parte

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2. Seconda parte (alternative ending)

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This is the full version of the second movement but which uses the alternative ending Bartok wrote from figure 25

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From the 'alternative ending' part at figure 24, crotchet click-beats are used to keep the pulse in various bars where I consider it to be helpful.