Béla Viktor János Bartók

Béla Viktor János Bartók (25 March 1881 – 26 September 1945)

  • Born: Nagyszentmikló, Hungary (now in Romania)
  • Died: New York City
  • Composer, Ethnomusicologist (a student of Hungarian and Romanian folk music) and pianist
  • Most famous works include "Concerto for Orchestra" and "Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta."

Chamber Music Works

  • Violin Duos
    • 44 Duos Sz. 98
    • Duo "Canon", 1902
  • Violin and Piano
    • 3 Early Sonatas
    • Sonata no. 1, 1921
    • Sonata no. 2, 1922
    • Rhapsody no.1, 1928
    • Rhapsody no. 2, 1928
  • Mixed Trio: "Contrasts" for violin, clarinet, and piano, 1938
  • String Quartets:
    • 3 Early String Quartets
    • String Quartet no. 1, op. 7, 1908
    • String Quartet no. 2, op. 17, 1915-17
    • String Quartet no. 3, 1927
    • String Quartet no. 4, 1928
    • String Quartet no. 5, 1934
    • String Quartet no. 6, 1939
    • Sonata for 2 pianos & 2 percussionists, 1937
  • Piano Quartet, Op. 20, 1898
  • 2 Early Piano Quintets