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Kurtág György: Signs, Games and Messages for string trio

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Setting: String Trio
Instrumentation: vl, vla, vlc
Genre: Contemporary Hungarian Works
Language: Hungarian, English, German
Length: 32 pages
Format: 23 x 30,2 cm (Bach)
Weight: 0.125 kg
Published: December 2005
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14223
ISMN: 9790080142233
Publication of György Kurtág's string chamber music is a long-awaited event: his chamber music master courses and the recording made by the Orlando Trio have aroused considerable interest in these works worldwide. The first three volumes contain pieces for violin (Z. 14220), for viola (Z. 14221) and for string trio (Z. 14223). As our title - Signs, Games and Messages - suggests, they include compositions of varying length written for different types of occasion: musical 'letters', tributes and playful experiments in instrumental technique.


Virág az ember, Mijakónak
Hommage a J.S.B.(Dem Trio Orlando)
Perpetuum mobile
Ligatura Y
Virág - Zsigmondy Dénesnek ... in memoriam Anneliese Nissen-Zsigmondy
Signs VI
A Very Slow Waltz for Walter Levin
Hommage a Ránki György (Pizzicato-keringő)
Signs II
Kroó György in memoriam
...féerie d'automne...
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