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Laszlo Lajtha: Sonate En Concert Op64: Flûte Traversière et Accomp.

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COMPOSITEUR: Laszlo Lajtha
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Recueil
ÉDITEUR: Alphonse Leduc
Hungarian composer, László Lajtha first studied at the Academy of Music in Budapest before moving to Paris to study with Vincent d'Indy. Initially, in collaboration with Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály, Lajtha studied thetranscription of the Hungarian folk song. He soon began composing other
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Compositeur Laszlo Lajtha
Description Instrument Group Flûte Traversière
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Accomp.
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Piano
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Recueil
Langue Français
Éditeur Alphonse Leduc
Genre Classique
Période Post 1901
Nombre de Pages 40
ISMN 9790046227622
Edition Number AL22762
AL22762
Description
Hungarian composer, László Lajtha first studied at the Academy of Music in Budapest before moving to Paris to study with Vincent d'Indy. Initially, in collaboration with Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály, Lajtha studied thetranscription of the Hungarian folk song. He soon began composing other significant work, including Concert Sonata for Flute and Piano, often incorporating Hungarian influences. Lajtha's composition catalogue comprises mainly oforchestral works, however, Concert Sonata for Flute and Piano is made up of four movements - 1) Entrance with Two Cadences, 2) Nostalgic Berceuse, 3) Melancholic Menuet, and 4) Gay Finale. The work is highly virtuosic, addressingadvanced features, such as variations in articulation, complex rhythms, exploitation of the ensemble, chromaticism and uses of extended techniques, including flutter tonguing. For all advanced flautists, Lajtha's Concert Sonata isan exciting addition to the repertoire.
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