th Anniversary of the death of Zoltn Kodly (1882-1967 ... ? from folk music to contemporary music and folk dance ... (clarinet, taragot, saxophone ... Rumanian Folk Dances, included: improvisations and Folk Music from Moldva ...

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Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the death of Zoltn Kodly (1882-1967) composer, ethnomusicologist, pedagogue Thursday, 19 October 2017 at UNESCO Headquarters HUNGARIAN MOTIVES from folk music to contemporary music and folk dance in Hungary The programme starts with the opening speeches of H.E. Mr. Istvn jgyrt, Minister of State for Cultural and Science Diplomacy of Hungary and H.E. Mr. Zoltn Csfalvay, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Hungary to UNESCO and the OECD The concert aims to connect contemporary music, folk music and folk-inspired improvisation wandering through Hungarian landscapes. Performed by: BORBLY Mihly, woodwinds (clarinet, taragot, saxophone, kaval, tilinko) FLEP Mrk, woodwinds (flute, alto flute, short & long shepherds pipes, tilinko) LUKCS Mikls, cimbalom BOGNR Szilvia, voice SIPOS MIHLY, violin TTH Ildik Fecske, dance FARKAS Zoltn Batyu, dance, gardon, drum Artistic Director: FLEP Mrk Programme I. Mikls Kocsr: Magic Box Melodies of Palc, verbunk and czardas Ballade from the 16th century Ferenc Farkas: Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th century II. Zoltn Kodly: Epigrams No 2; 3 Bla Bartk: Duos 14; 32. Kodly method in the folk dance III. Melodies from the Transdanubia Folk Music from Gyimes Mihly Borbly - Zoltn Farkas: Duet IV. Gipsy songs from Szatmr Zoltn Kodly: Kll Double Dance Bla Bartk: Rumanian Folk Dances, included: improvisations and Folk Music from Moldva

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