Kodály, Konsztantyin Ivanov, Ilosfalvy Róbert - Psalmus Hungaricus / C-dúr Szimfónia FLAC album
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If I had never studied ancient Hungarian literature, I would never have had the idea of composing the Psalmus, Zoltán Kodály said in a 1963 interview. The name of preacher Mihály.
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Psalmus Hungaricus, Op. 13, is a choral work for tenor, chorus and orchestra by Zoltán Kodály, composed in 1923. The Psalmus was commissioned to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Buda, Pest and Óbuda for a gala performance on 19 November 1923 along with the Dance Suite by Béla Bartók, and the Festival Overture by Ernő Dohnányi, who conducted the concert. The work's first performance outside Hungary took place under Volkmar Andreae in Zürich on 18 June 1926.
Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus; Missa Brevis; Pange Lingua; Psalm 114; Hymn of Zrinyi; Laudes Organi. Bartok: Cantata profana. Released by Universal Music Group Apr 2014 19 Tracks. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Zoltan Kodály: Háry János; Psalmus Hungaricus; Peacock Variations.
Kodaly" redirects here. For other uses, see Kodaly (disambiguation). The native form of this personal name is Kodály Zoltán. This was the year when one of his best-known pieces, Psalmus Hungaricus, was given its first performance at a concert to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the union of Buda and Pest (Bartók's Dance Suite premiered on the same occasion. Kodály's first wife was Emma Gruber (née Schlesinger, later Sándor), the dedicatee of Ernő Dohnányi's Waltz for piano with four hands, Op.
Album · 2013 · 2 Songs. The Hungarian Concert Orchestra, Budapest Chorus, Zoltán Kodály, Irén Szecsödy, Magda Tiszay, Tibor Udvardy & András Faragó.
|A||Psalmus Hungaricus (Tenorszólóra, Énekkarra És Zenekarra, Op. 13||24:10|
|B2||II. Andante Moderato, Attaca - III. Vivo||17:40|
- Printed By – Globus Nyomda
- Adapted By (Text) – Kecskeméti Vég Mihály*
- Chorus – Állami Orosz Énekkar (tracks: A)
- Chorus Master – Alekszandr Szvjesnyikov (tracks: A)
- Composed By – Kodály*
- Conductor – Konsztantyin Ivanov* (tracks: B)
- Graphics – Varga Judit
- Orchestra – A Szovjetunió Állami Szimfonikus Zenekara* (tracks: B)
- Producer – Igor Veprincev*
- Sleeve Notes – Eősze László*
- Tenor Vocals – Ilosfalvy Róbert (tracks: A)
Notesarchiv Melodia recording (1963.12.09.)
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