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Kai Christiansen
. . . -taught cellist, Kodály's finest chamber music is for strings, the highlights of which are two string . . . , the second for Zoltán Székely, the founder of the Hungarian String Quartet. The rhapsodies each employ a two . . . Quartet. More Bartók: String Quartet No. 3 . . . Kodály and Bartók, 2 Short Chamber Pieces . . . Zoltán Kodály and Belá Bartók are considered the founding fathers of modern Hungarian art
Edition Silvertrust
. . . Zoltán Kodály, String Quartet No. 1 in c minor, Op. 2 . . . Kodály's First String Quartet, composed in 1909, was the direct product of the researches he . . . chamber music, what he wrote is invariably engaging. String Quartet No.1 was a landmark work in that it broke with . . . undertook with Bela Bartok of Hungarian folk melodies. Zoltan Kodály (1882-1967) and Belá Bartók are widely . . . regarded as the two most important Hungarian composers of the 20th century. Kodály was born in town of
Kai Christiansen
. . . chamber works including two string quartets, the epic sonata for solo cello and the stunning Duo for violin and . . . Zoltán Kodály, Duo for violin and cello, Op. 7 . . . Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967) Duo for violin and cello, Op. 7 (1914) Zoltán Kodály was a towering . . . . While Kodály's music output is dominated by vocal and stage music, he left a compelling cache of . . . spins an active countermelody in the alto range. Kodály's Magyar-styled finale simulates the radical
Kai Christiansen
. . . Bartók, String Quartet No. 3 . . . Béla Bartók, 1881-1945 String Quartet No. 3, 1927 Most commentaries summarize the chamber music of . . . Béla Bartók as follows: Bartók made the most significant contribution to the string quartet since . . . 's relationship to the string quartet was an intimate, life-long preoccupation. Bartók wrote his first . . . , unpublished quartet at the age of eighteen. His six mature published quartets span a period of thirty years
Kai Christiansen
. . . penchant for the string quartet with twelve numbered quartets. His passion for intimate ensembles is . . . composers like Bartók and Kodály. His handling of color, rhythm and texture within the string quartet medium is . . . Sulkhan Tsintsadze (1925-1991) Five Miniatures on Jewish Folk Songs (for String Quartet), 1990
Edition Silvertrust
. . . including two string quartets, a string quintet, and a sextet along with his Trio Suite for Piano, Violin . . . the Music Academy of Budapest in the early 1880's. He stayed there until his retirement in 1908. Bartók, Kodály
Kai Christiansen
. . . related song. Quartet for Guitar and String Trio No. 15 in A Minor, MS. 42, 1820 Niccolò Paganini (1782 . . . composed scores of duets for violin and guitar as well as fifteen quartets for guitar and string trio among . . . Primavera Porteña (Buenos Aires Spring) dating from 1970. String Quartet No. 1, "Noche del Amor Insomne . . . movement work for string quartet is an evocative character piece based on a primary motif that is dark and . . . numerous other ensemble combinations. While the quartets unsurprisingly tend to feature a dominant violin