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Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó Ltd.

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Dragony Tímea Ildikó: Sonnet CIX

for female choir

Instrument: Upper Voices
Skład: SSMMAA
Rodzaj: Choral Works (Contemporary Hungarian)
Period: Contemporary Music
Język: English
Zasięg: 12 stron
Format: A/4
Pierwsze wydanie: Czerwca 2018
Wydawca: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 15092
ISMN: 9790080150924
Commisioned by the municipality of Debrecen.

Tímea Dragony (b. 1976) started her studies in Nyíregyháza as member of the Cantemus choir and graduated in composition at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music under György Orbán, then had been supported for two years by the Academie Musicale de Villecroze (France). She won the 1st Prize of the so-called Petőfi ‚Quodlibet’ composer competition, and the 2nd Prize of the Arany János competition.

Her ballet-music entitled Gyöngyhalászok was presented in the Erkel Theatre, Budapest. In 2017, her cantata Estharangok and orchestral piece Crann Bethadh were premiered at the Liszt Academy, performed by the Hungarian Radio Orchestra.