Ligeti received the Grawemeyer Award, in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1986 for this first book of piano etudes. Six etudes are contained; duration: 20 minutes.
Contents: 12 Studies, Op. 33 -- Etudes, Book 3 -- Study No. 20, March -- Study No. 21, Some Southpaw Pitching -- Study No. 22, Andante maestoso - Allegro vivace -- Study No. 23, Allegro -- 5 Etudes.
Four newer piano etudes by Ligeti, composed for varying purposes. They all share an unmetered, very fluid character. The etudes are: White on White; Pour Irina; A bout de souffle; and Canon. Of advanced difficulty.
Contains etudes 7-14 and 14a. With dedication and performance notes for each etude. Total duration: ca. 22 minutes.
The five pieces: March (1942); Polyphonic Etude (1943); Three Wedding Dances (1950); Sonatina (1950); Allegro (1943).
The revised version of Ligeti's important opera was premiered in July 1997 in Salzburg. Ligeti wrote the libretto with Michael Meschke, based on a play by Michel de Ghelderode. With information throughout in both German and English.
This disc features several etudes each by Ligeti and by Panisello, who was born in 1963.
…Performers: Yuja Wang (Piano) -- Etudes, Book 1 No. 4 (Fanfares), for piano / György Ligeti (3:42) -- Piano Sonata No. 2 in G sharp minor (Sonata-Fantasy), Op. 19 / Alexander Scriabin (8:18) -- Etudes, Book 2 No. 10 (Der Zauberlehrling), for piano / György Ligeti (2:17) -- Piano Sonata in B minor,…
This book is dedicated to a detailed study and analysis of Ligeti's second book of Etudes for the piano. With a foreword, bibliography, and tables.
Contents: Invention for piano (1948) -- Six Bagatelles for wind quintet (1953) -- Volumina for organ (1961–62, rev. 1966) -- Lux aeterna for choir a cappella (1966) -- Ten Pieces for wind quintet (1968) -- Sonata for Viola Solo (1991–94) -- Three Études pour piano (1985–2001). Various artists.
A study of the vocal works in Hungarian composed by Ligeti, from early to late works. With an introduction and bibliography. Music examples.
Hell performs the three books of piano etudes by Ligeti, composed beginning in 1985.
Recorded live at Wigmore Hall in London, July 2011. Contents: String Quartet No. 2 / Ligeti -- Study IV for Treatise on the Veil / Pintscher -- String Quartet in Four Parts / Cage -- Tetras / Xenakis.
The author studies the music of Ligeti and Kurtag in the context of the political and cultural circumstances inside and outside of Hungary. With an introduction, personalia, bibliography, index and music examples.
The author studies the music of Ligeti and Kurtag in the context of the political and cultural circumstances inside and outside of Hungary. With an introduction, personalia, bibliography, index and music examples. This is the first paperback printing of this book.
This book features interviews between Varga and Kurtag held in the 1980s, 1996, and 2007-2008. With a preface, introduction, personalia, list of works, discography, notes, bibliography, index and illustrations.
Biret performs 1-14a of these highly complex etudes.
This study of the music of Ligeti focuses on concepts such as counterpoint, micropolyphonie, polyrhythms, and more. With a preface by Francois Madurell, bibliography, and indices. Appendices. Music examples.
This piece is a consortium commission for the Ying Quartet, and is dedicated to Gyorgy Ligeti. The music offers undulating motives and atmospheric textures. Heavy use of harmonics.
Contents: CHOPIN: Grande Polonaise in E Flat Major, Op. 22 -- LISZT: Vallée d’Obermann -- RAVEL: Sonatine -- JORA: Joujoux pour Ma Dame -- BARTOK: Suite for Piano, Op. 14 -- SCHÖNBERG: Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, Op. 19 -- LIGETI: Etude No. 4.
Contents: Musical Toys / Sofia Gubaidulina -- Six Piano Etudes / Unsuk Chin -- Musica Ricercata / Gyorgy Ligeti.