[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
D. Dille, Thematisches Verzeichnis der Jugendwerke Béla Bartéks 1890-1904 (Kassel, 1974), pp. 217-45
Dille
217
Thematisches Verzeichnis der Jugendwerke Béla Bartóks 1890-1904
1974
2
my "Manuscript versus Urtext: The Primary Sources of Bartók's Works," Studia Musicologica 23 (1981), 17-66
17
23
Studia Musicologica
1981
3
Centenary Edition of Bartók's Records (Complete) (Hungaroton LPX 12326-33 and 12334-38) (Budapest, 1981)
my study in vol. I, "The Centenary Edition of Bar- tók's Records," pp. 19-32
4
1. Bach, Wohltemperirtes Klavier I-IV (1st edn.)
Bach
1
I
Wohltemperirtes Klavier
2. Bach, Wohltemperirtes Klavier I-II (revised 2nd edn.)
Bach
2
I
Wohltemperirtes Klavier
3. Keyboard Music by Bach, Scarlatti, and Couperin
4. Haydn, Sonatas
5. Mozart, Sonatas
6- 7. Beethoven, Sonatas I-II
Beethoven
I
Sonatas
8. Beethoven, Piano Pieces
Beethoven
Piano Pieces
9. Piano Music by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schu- mann, and Chopin
10-11. Piano studies I-II (Heller, KÓhler, Duvernoy) (Vols. 1-2 and 4- 7 are already prepared for publi- cation.)
I
Piano studies
5
my catalogue, As Béla Bartók Played Classics (Budapest, 1986)
As Béla Bartók Played Classics
1986
6
Sketches, Manuscripts, Versions: The Compositional Pro- cess (Budapest, 1987)
Sketches, Manuscripts, Versions: The Compositional Process
1987
7
"The Budapest Bartók Ar- chives," Fontes artis musicae 29 [1982], 59-65
59
29
Fontes artis musicae
1982
9
Beethoven's op. 34
34
11
Béla Bartók Essays, ed. Benjamin Suchoff (New York, 1976), p. 432.
Suchoff
432
Béla Bartók Essays
1976
12
Hermann Danuser, Die Mu- sik des 20. Jahrhunderts (Laaber, 1984), pp. 54-55
Danuser
54
Die Musik des 20. Jahrhunderts
1984
El- liot Antokoletz, The Music of Bé1a Bartók: A Study of To- nality and Progression in Twentieth-Century Music (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1984), pp. 52-54
Antokoletz
52
The Music of Bé1a Bartók: A Study of Tonality and Progression in Twentieth-Century Music
1984
14
Eaglefield-Hull's A Dictionary of Modern Music and Musicians (London, 1924)
Eaglefield-Hull
A Dictionary of Modern Music and Musicians
1924
ex. 27 on p. 220
15
Béla Bartók Essays, p. 433
433
Béla Bartók Essays
Bartók disliked his works being labeled "bitonal," or "polytonal." The original program of the Budapest premiere of the piece from Bagatelles (19 March 1910) lists No. 1 as "1. Molto sostenuto (C-dur)."
Bartók
polytonal
The original program of the Budapest premiere of the piece from Bagatelles
1910
16
The Piano Music of Béla Bartók: The Archive Edition, Series I, ed. Ben- jamin Suchoff (New York, 1981), p. xvii
Suchoff
xvii
The Piano Music of Béla Bartók: The Archive Edition, Series I
1981
17
Suite, op. 14
Sonata (1926)
Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 2
Piano Concertos
18
"Critical Introduction" to Vols. I and II of the Bartók Re- print Series (in preparation).
Critical Introduction
I
Bartók Reprint Series
19
my notes accompanying the re- cord Béla Bartók, Complete Edition, Piano Music 2 (Buda- pest, 1967) (Hungaroton LPX 1299), pp. 6-8
Bartók
6
2
Complete Edition, Piano Music
1967
20
n. 18
22
Bartók's Vol. IV, Fugue No. 38 (F Minor, Book I)
Prelude No. 44 (Eb minor, Book I)
Prelude
I
Book
23
Vol. I, Fugue No. 6 (F Major, Book I)
Fugue
I
Book
24
Vol. <latex>$II1$</latex>: Fugue No. 16 (G# Minor, Book I),
Fugue
I
Book
Prelude no. 22 (C Major, Book I)
Prelude
I
Book
Vol. IV: Preludes nos. 37 (C# Major, Book II) and 42 (Ab Major, Book II)
Preludes
II
Book
25
Vol. <latex>$I2$</latex>: Preludes Nos. 2 (D Minor, Book I), 7 (C Minor, Book I)
Preludes
Book
13 (F Major, Book II)
II
Book
26
Prelude No. 27 (C Major, Book II), Fugues Nos. 41 (B6 Mi- nor, Book I)
Prelude
II
Book
43 (C# Minor, Book I)
I
Book
28
Case (b), Fugue no. 27 (C Major, Book II)
Fugue
II
Book
case (c), Fugue No. 45 (A Minor, Book I)
Fugue
I
Book
29
D. Dille, "Dokumente über Bartóks Beziehungen zu Busoni," Documenta Bartókiana 2 (1965), 62-76
Dille
62
2
Documenta Bartókiana
1965
31
"Instructions" can be found in Series I of The Archives Edition
n. 16
pp. 68 and 105
32
Bartók, "Appendix" to Vol. I2
33
Bartøk's note: "This prelude is strikingly organ-like. In performance it should sound as if the unbroken sequence of counterpoint founded on eighth notes were leading through broad, sustained chords. This effect may be achieved through legatissimo and the cautious use of the pedal re- stricted to the appropriate places."
34
1913 Zongora Iskola (Piano School), "written by Bela Bartók and Saindor Reschofsky"
Rózsavö1lgyi 3635
38
John Vinton, "Hints to the Printers from Bar- tók," Music & Letters 49 (1968), 22810.2307/731754
228
Violin Sonata No. 2, in the 1940 Library of Congress concert (Cen- tenary Edition, LPX 12332-A)
Sonata
Library of Congress concert
1940
39
Bartók's German formulation: "Als Phrasierungs- und Le- gatobezeichnung dient ein und dasselbe Zeichen: der Bo- gen."
40
Bartók is in my "Liszt's Influence on Bartók Reconsidered," New Hungarian Quarterly 102 (1986), 210-19
Bartók
210
102
New Hungarian Quarterly
1986
42
Laszló Somfai, "Die 'Allegro barbaro'-Aufnahme von Bar- tók textkritisch bewertet," Documenta Bartókiana 6 (1981), 259-75
Somfai
259
6
Documenta Bartókiana
1981
43
Gesamtausgabe volume (1878)
Ernst Rudorff "Urtextausgabe" (Sonaten und Phantasien ffir Clavier von W. A. Mozart, I- II, 1895)
Rudorff
III
Urtextausgabe
1895
47
op. 101
op. 111
48
Andris Wilheim has pointed out that Bartók first chose d'Albert's edition as his main source for Beethoven (Leipzig, 1902-04)
Wilheim
Bartók first chose d'Albert's edition as his main source for Beethoven
1902
Breitkopf & Hartel (Urtext classischer Musikwerke)
Sonaten ffir das Pianoforte von Joseph Haydn [...] Neue Ausgabe
Sonaten ffir das Pianoforte von Joseph Haydn [...] Neue Ausgabe
49
facsimile edition of WTC Book I (Faksimile-Reihe Bachscher Werke und Schriftstiicke 5 [Leipzig, n.d.])
I
WTC Book
51
Suite, op. 14
52
Bartók, "Mechanical Music," in Essays, pp. 289-98.
Bartók
Mechanical Music
289
Essays
53
Suite, op. 14, in 1937
"Authentische Grammophon-Aufnahme (Vortrag des Komponisten): His Master's Voice AN 468, 72-671/2."
des Komponisten
Authentische Grammophon-Aufnahme (Vortrag des Komponisten): His Master's Voice AN 468, 72-671/2
54
Hungarian Folk Music Gramophone Records with Béla Bartók's Transcriptions, ed. Liszló Somfai (Budapest, 1981) (Hungaroton LPX 18058-60)
Somfai
Hungarian Folk Music Gramophone Records with Béla Bartók's Transcriptions
1981
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