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Kodaly: Orchestral Music (2CD) - ZOLTAN KODALY

Kodaly: Orchestral Music (2CD)

ZOLTAN KODALY

 
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"The Hungarian dances presented to the world by Brahms strike the tone of urban Hungary in the 1860s, and are mainly by the composers of the time. The Dances of Marosszék are rooted in an earlier period: they conjure up an image of a Fairyland of the past." So wrote Zoltán Kodály in the preface to his through-composed rondo-collection of dances, but his point stands for the other works on this compilation. He was a pioneer in bringing genuinely native inflections and timbres to the context of art-music from Hungary. Relating episodes from the life of a quintessentially Hungarian hero, Háry János now counts as the first national opera of note (even if surpassed internationally a few years later by Duke Bluebeard’s Castle), and its music travelled far more widely once Kodály made this orchestral suite inimitably coloured by the twang of the cimbalom. The Psalmus Hungaricus, too, powerfully conjures a sense of national pride, and a nationalism unburdened by bombast, in its progress from the tenor soloist’s laments towards a conclusion filled with hope and conviction all the more resonant for its composition in the middle of the feverish 1920s. Classics Today noted of album 1 that "There’s no question that Ádám Fischer and the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra know how this music should go and characterize it well. Háry János, in particular, has a number of expressive personal touches in such sections as the Song and Intermezzo that bespeak a long and affectionate acquaintance." Fanfare praised the ‘idiomatic authority’ of the Budapest Festival Orchestra’s playing on album 2, marshalled with ‘shrewd insight’ by Iván Fischer: ‘colours, too - whether in the moments of dark introspection or in the more peaceful passages - have a rare glow.’

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Auteur :  ZOLTAN KODALY
Titre : Kodaly: Orchestral Music (2CD)
Date de parution : janvier 2018
Éditeur : BRILLIANT CLASSICS
Sujet : MUSIQUE CLASSIQUE DIVERS
UPC : 5028421956039
Référence Renaud-Bray : 12966944
No de produit : 2418692

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