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CLASSICAL CANONS without text

Handbook of Solfeggio

Compiled and commentaries by Molnár Antal
The new edition was edited by Agócsy László
Setting: Vocal, Solfege
Instrumentation: I,II/I,II,III/I,II,III,IV
Genre: Solfeggio, music theory, pedagogy
Language: Hungarian, English, French
Length: 128 pages
Format: B/5 (17x24)
Weight: 212 g
Published: 1983
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 12581
ISMN: 9790080125816
'...The present collection has been conceived right from the outset so as to form an organic component of and a supplement to the teaching of solfeggio. The original text and their relevant translations have been omitted with the intention that the pedagogical aim, namely that which is achieved through solmization, could be proprely emphasized. There is hardly any need to recommend these pieces for cultivation. Luckily enough, solfeggio has become so wide-spread and in particular singing canons has gained such popularity that its praise would suggest an irony of the same kind as Erasmus' eulogy of foolishness. Nevertheless, it cannot be left unsaid how immensely this domain contributes to raising the musical standards of the greatest number of people possibile.' (Antal Molnár)