Excellent performance of these really hard etudes. Enjoy :)
Bela Bartok wrote his 3 etudes for piano in Rákoskeresztúr, Hungary in 1918. No 1 is a study in disjunct chromaticism; tiring to the
Béla Bartók - Three Etudes op. 18, Sz. 72 (1918) 1. Allegro molto 2. Andante sostenuto 3. Rubato - Tempo giusto performed by Mark
Gabrielius Alekna plays Etude Op.18 No.3 by Bela Bartok. Live recording from the solo recital at the Lithuanian National
The late American pianist Paul Jacobs performs Bartok's Three Etudes, Op. 18, Sz. 72, composed in 1918. From the extremely rare
Shih-Yu Tang Soloabend am 15.Aug.2013 in Taipeh.
Performed in recital at Brooks Hall, College of the Holy Cross, on March 15th, 2016. Recording and videography by Northeastern
György Sándor, pianist.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Studies for Piano, Op. 18, Sz. 72: Etude No. 3 - Rubato - Tempo giusto · Charles
Hungarian pianist Daniel Lebhardt Recorded in January 2015 Duke`s Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London www.yca.org/roster/
Nathan Ben-Yehuda plays Béla Bartok: Etude No. 3, Op. 18 on November 17, 2017 in New York at The Juilliard School.
Composer : Bartók, Béla Opus/Catalogue Number : Sz.72 ; Op.18 Movements/Sections : 3 pieces Year/Date of Composition : 1918
Bartók Béla- Three Etudes op.18 No.2 Andante sostenuto Pianist : Kocsis Zoltán.
Bartók Béla - Three Etudes op.18 No.3 Rubato Pianist: Kocsis Zoltán.
Gabrielius Alekna plays Etude Op.18 No.1 by Bela Bartok. Live recording from a solo recital, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic,
Jacob Lidåkra, piano 1. Allegro molto 2. Andante sostenuto 2:25 3. Rubato - Tempo guisto 6:04.
Bartok Béla - Three Etudes op.18 No.1 Allegro molto Pianist: Kocsis Zoltán.
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