Mihály Mosonyi - Liszt* - Late Works - Arranged, Orchestrated And Conducted By György Selmeczi
Label: Budapest Music Center Records - BMC CD 060 • Format: CD Album • Country: Hungary • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
VII Popular Song-writers. The Transition Period. Western Reaction at the Turn of the Century. They approached Hungarian music as adherents of different cultures, endeavouring to raise it to a high artistic level. They did not recreate this material from within, but inspired by ideals from without, in a romantic-idealistic way. Their programme and their work with its Hungarian character reaches its culmination between and It is in the spirit of this programme that the Hungarian works of Liszt and Mosonyi were born.
He became the President of the Academy of Music in Budapest in In addition to his monumental body of compositions, he was an unparalleled virtuoso, writer and educator. His collected works consist of about 40 volumes, his writings of 6, and his correspondence of more than 10 volumes.
His Shes Not Over You - AmF* - Fresh biography was written in German by L. Raabe 2 vols. See also J.
Milstein, F. Liszt 2 vols. Szabolcsi, The Twilight of Ferenc Lisztetc. His artistic development may be divided from this point of view, as shown by recent researches, into three periods. Elizabeth and in the Mass of Esztergom and especially in the Coronation Mass He evoked its most profound, most elementary possibilities, especially in those sombre, demonic late works, where he compelled this impersonal national style into visionary and ecstatic eruptions.
From now on Hungary was only one of the stations of his astounding career. His initiations, however, leave ineffaceable traces in the Hungarian musical culture. Nevertheless, all three shared the same fate of being neglected and forsaken at the end of their lives. This change was even more striking in Erkel and Mosonyi. In the second half of the century the world around them seemed to sink and to become humdrum and indifferent.
His first instrumental and choral works were written in the German musical style of the period two symphonies, four masses, a piano concerto, an opera: Kaiser Max Policiclo - Arg - Untitled der Martinswand,six Orchestrated And Conducted By György Selmeczi quartets, etc.
In addition to Orchestrated And Conducted By György Selmeczi work quoted above, his church and choral music is also noteworthy. He started out from an international standpoint and developed towards national aims.
His classical German education was a comprehensive basis for his Hungarian formal endeavours. Operatic, symphonic and chamber music, piano literature spoke the national language, and were even built up from it.
The indifference of foreign countries disappeared, for Liszt was celebrated all over the world. But to make this rest fruitful, zealous artists were working, building up systematic schools, co-operatives and cultural organs. He identified himself in the seventies with the foundation Mihály Mosonyi - Liszt* - Late Works - Arranged the National Hungarian Choral Society and with that of the Music Academy ten years later. They all three travelled widely, and in their works endeavoured to bring the Hungarian romantic musical language within the range of West-European forms.
Erkel and the Romantic National Opera. IX Late Romanticism.
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