Profile: Hungarian violinist, born 2 December 1909 in Budapest, Hungary and died 15 May 1988 in Leipzig, Germany. Variations: Viewing All György Garay. Bartók, György Garay, Herbert Kegel - Konzert Für Violine Und Orchester (Album). Bartók, Garay György, Hajdú István, Kadosa Pál - Szonatina - Sirató Ének No. 1 És 3 (7", EP). Qualiton.
Kadosa Pál (6 September 1903, Léva, Austria-Hungary (now Levice, Slovakia) - 30 March 1983, Budapest) was a pianist and Hungarian composer of the post-Bartók generation. His early style was influenced by Hungarian folklore while his later works were more toward Hindemith and expressively forceful idioms.
Béla Bartók's Violin Concerto No. 1, S. .36, BB 48a was written in the years 1907–1908, but only published in 1956, after the composer's death, as "Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. posth. It was premiered on 30 May 1958 in Basel, Switzerland. The concerto was dedicated, as was Othmar Schoeck's concerto for the same instrument, to the violinist Stefi Geyer, with whom Bartók was in love. Geyer could not reciprocate Bartók's feelings and rejected the concerto
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Pál Kadosa (Hungarian pronunciation: ; 6 September 1903, Léva, Austria-Hungary (now Levice, Slovakia) – 30 March 1983, Budapest) was a pianist and Hungarian composer of the post-Bartók generation. His early style was influenced by Hungarian folklore while his later works were more toward Hindemith and expressively forceful idioms Kadosa served on the Hungarian Arts Council and become an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music. Kadosa's work included two operas, eight symphonies, four sonatas, and six concertos. Sonata for Solo Cello (Kodály).
Album · 1990 · 36 Songs. Works by György Kurtág Erika Sziklay. Lieder 3. (Hungaroton Classics).
Piano – Hajdú istván*Violin – Garai György*
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Piano – Kadosa Pál