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BARTOK:  From Concerto for Orchestra, 2nd Mvt., Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra/Previn, Telarc CD 80174
from Program Number 19:  “Parallel #2”

BARTOK:  String Quartet No. 4, 4th Mvt., Emerson Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 31:  “What Happens Between the Notes”

BARTOK:  From Concerto for Orchestra, 4th Mvt., Cleveland Orchestra/Dohnanyi, London 425 694 2
from Program Number 35:  “And I Quote …”

BARTOK:  Concerto for Orchestra, 4th Mvt., Cleveland Orchestra/Dohnanyi, London 425 694 2
from Program Number 35:  “And I Quote …”

BARTOK:  Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta, 3rd Mvt., Zoltan Kocsis, piano/Budapest Festival Orchestra/Fischer, Philips 416 831 2
from Program Number 36:  “Ma & Pa Kettle Drum”

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 6, 1st Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 52:  “The Fugal Gourmet”

BARTOK:  From Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta, 2nd Mvt., Detroit Symphony Orchestra/Dorati, London 411 894 2
from Program Number 65:  “License or Larceny?”

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 5,3rd Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 5, 4th Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 5, 4th Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  From Sonata for Solo Violin, Opus 117, 1st Mvt., Kyoko Takezawa, RCA 09026 60704 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  String Quartet No. 4, 4th Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  From Sonata for Solo Violin, Opus 117, 4th Mvt., Kyoko Takezawa, RCA 09026 60704 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  String Quartet No. 5, 4th Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

BARTOK:  String Quartet No. 5, 3rd Mvt., Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 96:  “He Hasn’t Been the Same Since”

BARTOK:  Romanian Folk Danses (Sz 68), Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Deutsche Grammophon 445 541 2
from Program Number 108:  “The Whole Picture Includes the Frame”

BARTOK:  Divertimento (Sz 113), 3rd Mvt., Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Deutsche Grammophon 445 541 2
from Program Number 109:  “If It’s a Folk Song, It Isn’t Stealing”

BARTOK:  “Mikrokosmos,” No. 149 (“Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm No. 2”), Béla Bartók, Masterworks Portrait MPK 47676
from Program Number 125:  “My, That’s an Odd Meter!”

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 5, 3rd Mvt., Takács Quartet, Hungaroton HCD 12502 04 2
from Program Number 125:  “My, That’s an Odd Meter!”

BARTOK:  “Mikrokosmos,” No. 152 (“Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm No. 5”), Béla Bartók, Masterworks Portrait MPK 47676
from Program Number 125:  “My, That’s an Odd Meter!”

BARTOK:  From “Mikrokosmos,” March, Béla Bartok, Sony MPK 47676
from Program Number 139:  “Symphonic March Music: All the Fun and None of the Responsibility”

BARTOK:  From Concerto for Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra/Previn, Telarc CD 80174
from Program Number 142:  “What You See Is Not What You Get” — a program about transposition

BARTOK:  From Concerto for Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic/Previn, Telarc CD 80174
from Program Number 146:  “Mondo Glissando” — a program about musical sliding around

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 4 (Sz 91), Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 146:  “Mondo Glissando” — a program about musical sliding around

BARTOK:  From String Quartet No. 5 (Sz 102), Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 657 2
from Program Number 146:  “Mondo Glissando” — a program about musical sliding around

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