Bartók’s editions and transcriptions of keyboard works by other composers
Ded-Márta [Bartók] Perf-May 24, 1918, Egisto Tango conducting, Olga Haselbeck [Judith],
Oszkar Kálmán [Bluebeard], Budapest Pub-vocal score, Universal 1922; full score, Universal 1925, 1963 Cat-Sz 48, BB 62
111. A fából faragott királyﬁ [The Wooden Prince] Op. 13; ballet in one act, libretto by Béla Balázs Date-1914-1916, orchestrated 1916-1917; suite, 1932 (unpublished) Ded-Egisto Tango Perf-May 12, 1917, Hungarian State Opera House (Egisto Tango
conducting), Budapest Pub-piano score, Universal 1921; full score, Universal 1924 Cat-Sz 60, BB 74
112. A csodálatos mandarin [The Miraculous Mandarin] Op. 19; pantomime in one act, libretto by Menyhért Lengyel Date-October 1918 to May 1919, Rákoskeresztúr; also suite Perf-November 27, 1926, Jenő Szenkár conducting, Cologne Pub-piano four-hands score, Universal 1925; full score, Universal 1955 Cat-Sz 73, BB 82
10. Bartók’s editions and transcriptions of keyboard works by other composers
For earlier listings, see: Victor Bátor. The Béla Bartók Archives: History and Catalogue. New York: Bartók Archives publication, 1963. pp. 37-38; David Yeomans. Bartók for Piano: A Survey of His Solo Literature. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1988; Appendix C; and László Somfai/ Vera Lampert. “Béla Bartók.” The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, II., 6th ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 1980, p. 223. Period of transcription or edition (indicated by Date), where date is available; publisher and date of publication (indicated by Pub); Publisher’s plate number (indicated by Plate No.); source of original composition (indicated by Source).