Contrasts. Work for vn., cl., and pf. in 2 movts. by Bartók, comp. 1938 for jazz clarinettist Benny Goodman who, with Szigeti and Endre Petri, gave f.p. NY 9 Jan. 1939. The violinist uses 2 instr., the 2nd being tuned G♯–D–A–E♭ (scordatura) for 30 bars.
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