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Kodály Zoltán: Énekszó
Songs on Hungarian Popular Words
The series of songs written between 1907 and 1909 simultaneously reflects the composer's first encounter with Hungarian folk songs and Debussy's song poetry. Kodály, who later composed numerous arrangements of folk songs for both solo voice and choir, uses only the texts of folk lyrics in these songs, the melodic world, although reminiscent of Hungarian folk songs in several ways, stems from his own melodic invention. And in piano accompaniments, you can feel the experimental spirit and atmosphere-creating power of the young composer at the same time.
Three the ways
Come to me
The cage is open wide
I neither toil nor spin
My delightful brown-haire mistress
Oh, how long it is since we met
He who loves a fair one
I have always wondered
Slender is a silk thread
Ah, my beloved
Let not your angerise
Now it's clear
Do you think that I would sorrow
Ah, but you know
I plucked the fairest flowers