László Lajtha

Choruses · Kórusművek

 

 

ESTI PÁRBESZÉD – A HEGYLAKÓK Op. 16 (1932)

DIALOGUE VESPÉRAL – LES MONTAGNARDS

ABENDZWIEGESPRÄCH – GEBIRGSMENSCHEN

for mixed choir

to the poems by Lajos Áprily

in Hungarian (French and German adapted)

 

 I.

 Esti párbeszéd. Molto moderato

 II.

 A hegylakók. Allegro
 Duration: 9:25 (5:05+­4:20) [based on the Radio recording]
 WP: 25 January 1935, Paris, Triton concerts
  Cond. by Marie Bagot
 Published by R. Deiss, Paris © 1934 (R D 7509)
  Reprinted by Editio Musica Budapest as Két kórus · Deux choeurs ·

Zwei Chöre Op. 16 (Z. 13 153)

 Radio: 1. Hungarian Radio, 26 March 1982
  (Esti párbeszéd) Ferenc Liszt Chamber Choir, cond. by István Párkai

Total time = 5:05

2. Hungarian Radio, 10 December 1955

(A hegylakók) Udvardy Chamber Choir, cond. by László Udvardy

Total time = 4:30

3. Hungarian Radio, 16 January 1976

(A hegylakók) Chamber Choir of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of

Music, cond. by István Párkai

Total time = 4:20

 

 

DEUX CHOEURS Op. 23 (1936)

pour voix mixtes sans accompagnement sur deux počmes de Charles d’Orléans

[for four-part mixed choir to the poems by Charles d’Orléans]

Text in French (English by P. W. Wilkinson and, Hungarian by Zoltán Jékely

adapted)

 

 Dedication:  “á Monsieur Alphonse Leduc”

 I.

 Chanson

 II.

 Rondel
 WP: 22 April 1936, Paris, Triton concerts
 Published by Alphonse Leduc & Cie © 1936 (A. L.19426 Chanson,
  A.L. 19427 Rondel)
 Radio: 1. Hungarian Radio, 27 May 1965
  (Rondel) Budapest Madrigal Choir, cond. by Ferenc Szekeres

3:40

2. Hungarian Radio, 30 March 1979

(Rondel) Mixed Choir of the Pécs Teachers’ Training College,

cond. by Aurél Tillai

4:00

3. Hungarian Radio, 8 February 1980

(Rondel) Vox Humana Choir Vác, cond. by József Maklári

4:15

 

 

QUATRE MADRIGAUX Op. 29 (1939)

pour voix mixtes sur textes de Charles d’Orléans

[for four-part mixed choir to the poems by Charles d’Orléans]

Text in French (Hungarian by Katalin Nádas adapted)

 

 I.

 Loingtain de joyeuse sente

 II.

 En regardant ces belles fleurs

 III.

 Les en voulez vous garder

 IV.

 Petit mercier
 Duration: 16:58 [based on Hungaroton HCD 31453]
 WP: 30 April 1978, Budapest, Academy of Music
  Chamber Choir of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music,

cond. by István Párkai

 Unpublished © Ildikó Lajtha
 LP: Hungaroton SLPX 11965
 CD: Hungaroton HCD 31453 (1991)
  Chamber Choir of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music,

cond. by István Párkai

Total time = 16:58 (5:18+­3:39+­4:00+­4:01)

 Radio: 1. Hungarian Radio, 14 February 1980
  Hungarian Radio and Television Choir, cond. by Ferenc Sapszon

Total time = 19:00

 

 

PAR OÙ EST PASSÉ LE CHANT? Op. 32 (1940)

Choeur á 4 voix mixtes a cappella

HOL JÁRT A DAL?

WO WAR DAS LIED?

[WHERE HAS THE SONG BEEN]

for four-part mixed choir

to the poem by Lajos Áprily

in Hungarian (French by Claudine Soltész and German adapted by Imre Ormay

adapted)

 

  (Tranquillo)
 Duration: 11:35 [based on the Radio recording]
 WP: 21 November 1940, Budapest
  Cecilia Choir, cond. by Lajos Bárdos (?)
 Published by Alphonse Leduc et Cie © 1967 (A. L. 23.649)
 Radio: Hungarian Radio, 23 March 1972
  Chamber Choir of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music,

cond. by István Párkai

Total time = 11:35

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