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- "Allegro barbaro", BB 63, composed in 1911, is one of Béla Bartók's most famous and frequently performed solo piano pieces. The composition is typical of Bartók's style, utilizing folk elements. The work combines Hungarian and Romanian scales; Hungarian peasant music is based on the pentatonic scale, while Romanian music is largely chromatic.
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- "Allegro Barbaro" is a musical album of Die Apokalyptischen Reiter.
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"Allegro barbaro" is a 1979 film directed by Miklós Jancsó.
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by Christine Ammer
Allegro barbaro is the name of a well-known piano composition by Bartók. Alleluia (al′′ loo—′y) Latin. An expression of praise to God that is used in various places in the Roman Catholic rites, among them the third section of the Proper of ...
The Pianist's Dictionary (2004)
by Maurice Hinson
Allegro barbaro. Pieces by Alkan and Bartok that contain plenty of vigor and storm and stress. allegro di molto, allegro molto (It .).
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