Four slovak folk songs/ Négy tót népdal .- Song of the hayharvesters from Hiadel / Heu-Erntelied aus Hiadel (1917)


( Where the Alps soar so free ; Auf der Alm, hoch und weit ; Na holi, na holi ; Havasi legelön )

Arr.: Bartók, Béla (1881-1945) [ Hungary ]

Published by Boosey & Hawkes Inc. [USA] , 1950
Ref. : 17658 (pl. no.)  (2 p.)
Type of material: Full score
Copyright : Universal Edition, 1924; assigned to Boosey and Hawkes, Ltd. 1939; revised version Boosey and Hawkes, Inc., 1950
Other titles on the same score: Wedding song from Poniky ; Dancing song from Medzibrod ; Dancing song from Poniky
Text in: English + adapted in German ; Hungarian ; Czech
Epoque: 20th century  (1910-1919)
Genre-Style-Form: Partsong ; Folk music ; Secular
Mood of the piece: andante
Type of Choir: SATB  (4 mixed voices )
Instrumentation: Keyboard  (1 instrumental part(s))
Instruments: Piano (1)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 3
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): C
Tonality: C mixolydian
Duration: 1.0 min.
Number of verses: 2
Origin: Slovakia
Musicological Sources: No. 2 of "Four Slovak folk songs"
   Audio excerpt

sung by Wiener Kammerchor
conducted by Johannes Prinz

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