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Kodály Zoltán: Semmit ne bánkódjál

Szkhárosi Horvát András éneke, egykorú dallam szerint

Setting: Mixed Voices
Instrumentation: SATBrB
Genre: Choral Works
Period: 20th Century
Language: Hungarian
Length: 16 pages
Format: octavo (19 x27 cm)
Published: September 2019
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 15102
ISMN: 9790080151020
This large-scale work originally written for male voices has been adapted for mixed voices by Kodály himself. The work was written initially for the centennial of the Calvinist Teacher Training Institute in Nagykőrös. Nothing has been discovered as to when he actually did the arrangement. The year 1952 was suggested by eyewitnesses who have said the version was first performed by the Budapest Pozsonyi Street Calvinist Church choir in 1953. (The date 1952 appears at the end of a fair copy in an unknown hand.) This is the first time this arrangement is published in print in the hope that great joy is found in performing a very rich score that calls for considerable vocal skill.