6 Bagatelles Ligeti.pdf
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Because of their short length, these works are often included in transcriptions of larger pieces. The bagatelles were played in the recording by the Belcea Quartet, a group formed for the purpose of recording the Ligeti Quintet.
The first bagatelle is a trio for piccolo, flute, and piano. It opens with an ostinato in the flute, sounding like the buzz of an electric violin. The violin is played with a striking effect, allowing its notes to ring out with a prominent, ringing quality. The flute plays a similar ostinato in the background, while the piano plays a pattern of sharp, strident eighth notes, creating a pulsing, rhythmic effect. The second bagatelle, a trio for flute, oboe, and piano, opens with a rolling ostinato in the oboe. This ostinato is played with a haunting quality, and the oboe solos follow this ostinato rhythmically, while the piano plays more staccato eighth notes. The third bagatelle, for clarinet, flute, horn, and piano, is in four movements. The first movement begins with a slow, steady ostinato in the flute. The clarinet plays a continuous pattern of notes, and the flute plays on an ostinato in the background. The second movement is a vivace and is marked “Andante molto”. The first movement is repeated with the flute and clarinet switching places, with the flute playing the ostinato and the clarinet the pattern of notes. The horn plays a series of short notes, followed by the piano. The third movement consists of three sets of notes for the flute, clarinet, and piano, each lasting about two minutes. The fourth movement is marked “Tempo non troppo” and is in four sections. The flute and clarinet play the ostinato continuously, while the piano plays sharp eighth notes. The first section is marked “Presto”, followed by the second section in siciliano, which is followed by the third section in unison. These three sections are then repeated in the fourth section, which is marked “Prestissimo”. Ligeti's bagatelles are often challenging, and the Belcea Quartet executed them with sensitivity and dedication.
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