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Ludi et Modi Sacri

The compositions of György Selmeczi

22 April 2018
BMC - Concert Hall
 

Responsorium ad S. Ioannem de Deo
Laudate pueri Dominum
Szent Márton-játék
Introitus
Pünkösdi himnuszok
Rorate caeli
Hajnal

Responsorium ad S. Ioannem de Deo Ars Nova Énekegyüttes, Selmeczi Gábor (hegedű)
Vez. Kiss Katalin

Laudate Pueri Dominum Ars Nova Énekegyüttes, Alba Regia vonósnégyes
Vez. Kiss Katalin

Pünkösdi himnuszok Kele Brigitta (szoprán), In Medias Brass rézfúvós kvintett

Szent Márton-játék Octovoice Énekegyüttes, In Medias Brass rézfúvós kvintett,
Herboli László (ütőhangszerek), Selmeczi Gábor (hegedű), ifj. Major István, (cselló), György Attila (nagybőgő)

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Introitus Kun Ágnes Anna (mezzoszoprán), Najbauer Lóránt (bariton),
Selmeczi Gábor (hegedű), Kiss Kata (brácsa)

Rorate caeli Octovoice Énekegyüttes, Balogh József (zongora)

Hajnal Kele Brigitta, Alba Regia vonósnégyes
Közr.: Kun Ágnes Anna (mezzoszoprán), Kálmán László (tenor),
Najbauer Lóránt (bariton) és György Attila (nagybőgő)
 
 
 

György Selmeczi: Te Deum 1914

10 April 2018
7.30pm
Liszt Academy — Grand Hall
 

“On the way to Galicia”
A concert to commemorate the end of the First World War


“On the way to Galicia” – cantata
Levente Gyöngyösi: Katonasirató (Dirge for a Soldier)
György Selmeczi: Te Deum 1914
Miklós Csemiczky: De Profundis
János Vajda: Memento 1914
György Orbán: Versus Psalmi


Featuring:
Ágnes Anna Kun – voice, Pál Oberfrank – prose, MÁV Symphony Orchestra, Honvéd Male Choir
Conductor:
Kálmán Strausz

For the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War, the Honvéd Ensemble commissioned a five-movement cantata for a male chorus from Miklós Csemiczky, Levente Gyöngyösi, György Orbán, György Selmeczi and János Vajda. The cantata was written for a symphonic orchestra, solo singer and a male choir. Each composer used texts related to Hungary and the First World War.

“A captivating programme whose validity points beyond itself,” wrote Kristóf Csengery after the premiere of the first three movements. “It is a warning cry against war, the wars of all times, a joint, ‘artistic rite’ for humanity, for peace.”

“The MÁV Symphony Orchestra played evocatively, with a rich sound, while the Honvéd Male Choir was resonant in the manner that we like so much, and which has been their attractive signature for a long time.”

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