Sándor Szokolay
1931 - 2013
S. Szokolay
Sándor Szokolay (30/03/1931 - 08/12/2013), a Hungarian composer (born in Kunágota (Komitat Békés) and since 1966 teacher at Liszt-Musikhochschule (prosodie and composition). He has been awarded for his composition several times: 1955 Warschau, 1957 Moskau, 1959 Wien, 1967 Paris, 1960 and 1965 Ferenc Erkel-Preis, and for his opera Vérnász the "Kossuth-Preis" in 1966. Influences: Arthur Honegger, Béla Bártok, Igor Strawinsky and the "Wiener Schule".
Deploration/Concerto da requiem in memoriam F.Poulenc
Composed in:1964
Musical form:free
In memory of:Francis Poulenc
Label(s):Hungaraton SLPX 12442 (LP)
A requiem for soprano, mezzo and baritone soloists, accompanied by choir, organ and a small orchestra. The text is the traditional Latin, but only fragmentarily. It lasts just over 18 minutes. Written in memory of the French composer Francis Poulenc (1899 - 1963).
Author:Arye Kendi
F. Poulenc
Choral requiem
Composed in:1992
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:biblical texts and chorales
In memory of:Jenő Weltler
Choral requiem, opus 125 (1992), for solo voice(s), choir & orchestra, dedicated to Lutherania Choir and Orchestra, Budapest; in memory of Jenő Weltler.
J. Weltler
Pure Flames of the End of October
Period:21st century
Composed in:2008
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass plus poems by Gaspar Nagy
In memory of:the martyr heroes of 1956
Pure Flames of the End of October. Oratoric remembrance of the martyr heroes of 1956. The work is for orchestra, choir and childrens' choir. No soloists. Written in memory of the Hungarian uprising against the communist regime and the Russian occupation was in October 1956. First performance by Zoltan Kocsis (director of the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, who conducted the concert). Text: Latin Mass plus poems by Gaspar Nagy.
01. Requiem
02. Kyrie
03. Dies irae
04. Libera me
05. Sanctus
06. Agnus Dei
07. Lux Aeterna
Contributor:Arye Kendi
Gáspár Nagy (04/05/1949 - 04/01/2007) was Hungarian poet and writer.
Gaspar Nagy