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Béla Bartók
(1881 - 1945)



"If there is to be communication with the listener, the musician's doors leading inward must stay open. Through this opening, the listener is invited into the reality of the musician. This involves risk for the performer. The inner world of the musician, the creative fount, is personal and sacred."

Béla Bartók

Composer, pianist, ethnomusicologist, and teacher, noted for the Hungarian flavour of his major musical works.
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