Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus

1/3/2020; 38 minutes

Béla Bartók's "Concerto for Orchestra" is one of that composer's most accessible and popular works. Composed at a time when Bartók was terminally ill with leukemia, the Concerto is nonetheless full of energy and humor. In Bartók's words this music is intended to be "a life-assertion," and it served as a great composer's final artistic statement. Recorded on 11/3/2019. (#35400)

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