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Bárdos Lajos: Tábortűznél

(Szellő zúg)

Paroles de Márkus Miklós dr.
Instrumentation: Mixed Voices
Instrumentation: SATB
Genre: Musique chorale
Langue: Hungarian
Degré de difficulté: 1
Duration: 2 min.
Pages: 2 pp
Format: JB/5 (18,2x25,7)
Date du parution: Mai 1960
Editeur: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 3426
ISMN: 9790080034262
The composer, choirmaster, musicologist and music educator Lajos Bárdos was born on the 1st of October 1899 in Budapest and studied composition with Zoltán Kodály at the Music Academy in Budapest. As choirmaster, he worked with the Palestrina Choir and the Cecilia Choir, which he united in 1941, thus founding the Budapest Choir. From 1928 until his retirement in 1966 he worked as a teacher of the Budapest Music Academy and taught several subjects. His compositional work, consisting mainly of choral works, comprises almost 600 pieces, but he has also composed chamber music.

Lajos Bárdos was from 1918 president of the Hungarian Cecilia Society, participated in the direction of the Hungarian Singing Association, as well as the Bartók Association. In addition, he founded in cooperation with György Kerényi and Gyula Kertész in 1931, the magazine and the publishing company Magyar Kórus (Hungarian Choir).

Lajos Bárdos has passed away on the 18th of November 1986 in Budapest.

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