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Price: $12.95 (Excl. VAT)
Online availability: Out of stock.
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Available in: August 2018

Kodály Zoltán: Epigrams

for voice or instrument and piano

Setting: Voice and piano
Series: Kodály's Solfeggio Works
Genre: Solfeggio, music theory, pedagogy
Length: 16 pages
Published: 1954
Item number: 1814
ISMN: 9790080018149
The nine Epigrams (Epigrammák) were composed in 1954 along with several other educational works designed to exemplify Kodály's method of musical education. They were originally conceived as vocalises, for a wordless voice and piano accompaniment, but the voice part can be adapted to almost any instrument. In these little pieces, grave, gay or lyrical, with their discreet polyphonic imitations between melody and accompaniment, the Hungarian accent is so perfectly absorbed into Kodály's habit of discourse that there is hardly a hint of the exotic about them: they simply testify to a rare serenity of spirit and delight in music-making.
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