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Kodály, Doráti, Hungarian State Orchestra - Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations mp3 flac

  • Singer: Kodály
  • Album: Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations
  • MP3: 1448 mb | FLAC: 1708 mb
  • Country: Hungary
  • Style: Neo-Classical
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Kodály, Doráti, Hungarian State Orchestra - Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations mp3 flac

Complete your Kodály, Doráti, Hungarian State Orchestra collection. Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus.

Budapest Chorus, Hungarian State Orchestra, Antal Doráti. Catalogue No: HCD11392. Budapest Chorus, Hungarian Radio Children's Choir, Hungarian State Orchestra. Jozsef Simandy (tenor). Kodály: Variations on a Hungarian Folksong 'The Peacock'. Hungarian State Orchestra. Variations on a Hungarian Folksong Felszallot a pava (Peacock), "Peacock Variations". Kodály, Zoltan (1882-1967). Kodály: Psalmus hungaricus, Op. 13.

Psalmus hungaricus, Op. 01. Psalmus Hungaricus, Op. 23:09. USD. Composer: Kodály, Zoltán. Variations on a Hungarian Folksong, "Felszallott a pava" (The Peacock). 02. 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.

Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Laszlo Csanyi Choir Master, Miklós Forrai Choir Master, Hungarian Radio and Television Children's Chorus Chorus/Choir (Children), Antal Dorati Conductor, Budapest Chorus Chorus/Choir, József Simándy Tenor. 1. Psalmus Hungaricus, oratorio for tenor, chorus, children's chorus ad lib, orchestra, and organ, O. 3. Zoltán Kodály Composer. Variations on a Hungarian folksong, 'The Peacock' (Felszállott a páva) Work. Variations on a Hungarian folksong, 'The Peacock' (Felszállott a páva). back to top ^. Similar Albums. Bartok: Cantata Profana; Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus. Kodály conducts Kodály. Zoltán Kodály: Háry János; Dances of Galánta; Peacock Variations. Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra.

As filler we get two other major Kodaly works, the Peacock Variations and the choral Psalmus Hungaricus, both extremely well done but, alas, without text for the Psalmus. 6 people found this helpful. After that one gets to hear an Hungarian Folksong called the peacock and what follows are several variations of the mentioned work. Last but not least is the famous Psalmus hungaricus. The booklet is quite sparse and only contains short yet well-written music notes. Truly a magnificent recording that I highly appreciated.

Free download and listen Kodály: Psalmus Hungaricus, Op. 13 & Bartók: Dance Suite for Orchestra.

Zoltán Kodály: Psalmus Hungaricus. Opus: op. Year of composition: 1923. Scored for: for tenor, mixed choir, boys' choir ad lib. and orchestra. Composer: Zoltán Kodály. 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 Kecskeméti Vég was unknown outside philological circles, and only his 1561 translation of the 55th psalm has come down to us. Kodály set the psalm’s powerful text, enriched with allusions to Hungarian circumstances, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the union of Pest, Buda and Óbuda to form Budapest in April 1923, during a period of creative paralysis.

Tracklist

A Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus 23:02
B Peacock Variations 24:52

Credits

  • Choir – Budapest Choir* (tracks: A), Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Television* (tracks: B)
  • Chorus Master – Csányi László (tracks: B), Miklós Forrai (tracks: A)
  • Composed By – Kodály*
  • Conductor – Doráti*
  • Engineer – Judit Lukács
  • Liner Notes – László Eősze
  • Orchestra – Hungarian State Orchestra
  • Producer – János Mátyás
  • Vocals [Tenor] – József Simándy (tracks: A)

Notes

Comes in a regular, non-gatefold cover with mono catalogue number (LPX 11392), sleeve notes in Hungarian & English.
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On the label: "Artisjus"
On the label: Stereo

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Artisjus
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): SLPX 11 392-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): SLPX 11 392-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLPX 11392 Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra - Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations ‎(LP) Hungaroton SLPX 11392 Hungary Unknown
SLPX 11392 Kodály*, Doráti*, Budapest Chorus*, Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Television*, Hungarian State Orchestra, József Simándy Kodály*, Doráti*, Budapest Chorus*, Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Television*, Hungarian State Orchestra, József Simándy - Psalmus Hungaricus / Peacock Variations ‎(LP) Hungaroton SLPX 11392 Hungary Unknown
LPX 11392 Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra - Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations ‎(LP, Mono) Hungaroton LPX 11392 Hungary Unknown
SLPX 11392 Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra Kodály*, Doráti*, Hungarian State Orchestra - Op. 13, Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations ‎(LP, Promo) Hungaroton SLPX 11392 Hungary Unknown
HCD 11392-2 Kodály* - József Simándy, Budapest Chorus*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Antal Dorati Kodály* - József Simándy, Budapest Chorus*, Hungarian State Orchestra, Antal Dorati - Psalmus Hungaricus, Peacock Variations ‎(CD, Album) Hungaroton HCD 11392-2 Hungary 1986
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