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Galanta Dances - Zoltán Kodály, Leopold Ludwig, Philharmonia Orchestra - Galanta And Morosszek Dance


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The piece was composed on commission for the 80th anniversary of the Budapest Philharmonic Society. This was the first 'orchestral' sonority that came to the ears of the child It is scored for two flutespiccolotwo Leopold Ludwigtwo clarinets in A, two bassoonsfour hornstwo trumpetstimpanitriangletubular bellssnare drumand string orchestra.

The piece recalls the two-part slow-fast structure of the traditional verbunkos music: it opens with a slow introduction Galanta Dances - Zoltán Kodály to a clarinet Invitation - Vicki Benckert - Svarta Lådan and andante maestoso section, followed by four fast dance sections. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Dances of Galanta.

History [ edit ] The piece was composed on commission for the 80th anniversary of the Budapest Philharmonic Society. Utah Symphony. Retrieved 16 July San Francisco Symphony.

Archived from the original on 28 June Los Angeles Philharmonic. Archived from the original on Kennedy Center. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


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9 thoughts on “ Galanta Dances - Zoltán Kodály, Leopold Ludwig, Philharmonia Orchestra - Galanta And Morosszek Dance

  1. Apr 10,  · A revision video for one of the IB prescribed works in the Music Listening Exam.
  2. Zoltán Kodály composed Tänze aus Galánta for the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra in He chose the themes from written librettos: “Galánta is a small, Hungarian market town on the old railway line between Vienna and Budapest, where the composer spent seven years of his childhood.
  3. Dances of Galánta (Galántai táncok) is a orchestral work by Zoltán Kodály. History. The piece was composed on commission for the 80th anniversary of the Budapest Philharmonic Society. It is based on folk music of Galánta (now part of Slovakia), where Kodály lived for several years.
  4. Five dances ( ) (You may be asked to locate all five dances) Coda ( to end at ): very fast + hints dance melodies Opening theme (cello: top of its range)- instrument Kodaly learned when he was in Galanta based melody from set Viennese scores of dance music by gypsy band monophonic texture.
  5. Jan 25,  · Live-concert performance, recorded on 14/08/, in Berlin (Konzerthaus), on occasion of "muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfoc" Festival. Orchestra: Central European Initiati.
  6. Jul 26,  · The famous Hary Janos Suite sounds as colorful and exciting as it gets. Every last detail of the orchestral contribution, including instrumental solos, is done to perfection. The Galanta Dances are given a wildly exciting performance, full of ethnic-derived tunes, played with great flair/5(7).
  7. Zoltán Kodály was born in Kecskemét, Hungary, on December 16, , and died in Budapest on March 6, He wrote his Galántai táncok (Dances of Galánta) for the 80th anniversary of the Budapest Philharmonic Society, which first presented it on October 23, , under the direction of Ernst von Dohnányi.. This work runs about 15 minutes in performance.
  8. Feb 18,  · L'Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali diretta da Pavel Berman ha eseguito le Danze di Galanta di Zoltan Kodaly la sera del 29 novembre presso il .

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