Zoltaan Kodaaly; His Life and Work

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APPENDICES

I. KODÁLY'S PRINCIPAL MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS*

A) INSTRUMENTAL
i.)Orchestral Works
Summer Evening, 1906 (Revised 1929-30). [U. 1930]
Háry János Suite, 1927. [U.; Z.]
Theatre Overture, 1927. [U.]
Dances of Marosszék, 1930. [U. 1930; Z.]
Dances of Galánta, 1933. [U. 1934; Z.]
The Peacock, 1938-39. [sz. k. 1941; B. H.; Z.]
Concerto, 1939. [sz. k. 1942; B. H.; Z.]
Symphony, 1961. [B. H. 1962.]
ii.) Chamber Music
Adagio for Violin and Piano, 1905. [U.; R.; Z.]
Music for Piano (Op. 3), 1905-09. The Valsette, published later as a separate piece, was omitted from the second and later editions, which have the title Nine Pieces for Piano. [R. 1910; U.; Z.]
First String Quartet (Op. 2), 1908-09. JR. 1910; Z.]
Sonata for 'Cello and Piano (Op. 4), 1909-10. [U. 1921]
Duo for Violin and 'Cello (Op. 7), 1914. [U. 1922]
Sonata for 'Cello Solo, (Op. 8), 1915. [U. 1922]
Seven Piano Pieces (Op. 11), 1910-18. [U. 1921; Z.]
Second String Quartet (Op. 10), 1916-18. [U. 1921]
Serenade for Two Violins and Viola (Op. 12), 1919-20. [U. 1921]
Dances of Marosszék (For piano), 1927. [U. 1930; Z.]
iii.) S tag e Works
Háry János (Op. 15), Comic Opera with libretto by Béla Paulini and the verses by Zsolt Harsányi (Text in Hungarian and German), 1925-27. [U. 1929 (Arrangement for piano)]
Spinning-Room, Lyrical Scenes, with folk songs from Transylvania (Text in Hungarian, German, English, and Italian) 1924-32. [U. 1932]
____________________
*
In this selective bibliography the title of the work is followed by the date of composition; the date of publication and the publisher's name, indicated by the following abbreviations, are in square brackets.
B. H. Boosey and Hawkes, London
M. K. Magyar Kόrus (Hungarian Chorus), Budapest
O. U. P.Oxford University Press
R. Rόzsavölgyi és Társa, Budapest
sz. k.published by the author
U. Universal A. G., Wien
Z. Zeneműkiadό Vállalat (Editio Musica), Budapest
Ny. K. Nyelvtudományi Kozlemόnyek (Review of Linguistics)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 5
  • List of Illustrations 6
  • Preface 7
  • Kodály's Life 11
  • The Musicologist 47
  • The Teacher 66
  • The Composer 88
  • By Way of Epilogue 167
  • Notes 169
  • Appendices 174
  • Index 179
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