At the end of December 2018, Turilli and Lione entered the studio to record their new band's debut album Zero Gravity (Rebirth and Evolution), which was released on July 5, 2019.
Kamilló Lendvay (born 28 December 1928) is a Hungarian composer. Born in Budapest, he studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music with János Viski. After graduation, in 1957 he undertook a conducting post with the Szeged Opera. He has composed vocal music, starting with the 1970 oratorio Orogenesis. He also composes in the chamber music and solo instrument genres. He aims for his works to display "stable form, clear structure, and authentic content". Homepage of Kamilló Lendvay. Kamilló Lendvay at the Budapest Music Centre.
Moscow Oratorio Society is Moscow’s oldest international choir. We present rarely performed classical works.
One of the most important members of the generation of Hungarian composers whose careers began in the 1950s. His œuvre includes theatrical, oratorial, orchestral, chamber and solo instrumental works. Prizes and awards: Erkel Prize (1962, 1964, 1978), Merited Artist (1981), Bartók-Pásztory Award (1989, 2005), Excellent Artist (1996), Silver Pen Award (1998), Kossuth Prize (1998), Artisjus Music Award (2003). Violin Concerto No. 1 (1961-62). Orogenesis (1969-70) for mixed choir and orchestra, 42’. Disposizioni (1975), for cimbalom. Fifthmusic (1978-79), for violoncello.
LENDVAY: (Kamillo): Orogenesis (oratorio on the works of Gyula Urban). Andor; Szirmai; Reti; Palcso; Dene; Kozak; Lehel/Hungarian Radio Orch & Cho. Hungaroton SLPX-11524. 476. ROYAL OPERA, COVENT GARDEN: Anniversary Album. Excerpts from Carmen, Troyens, Daughter of the Regiment, Boris, Figaro, Otello, Boheme, Midsummer Night's Dream, Billy Budd, King Priam, Troilus & Cressida, Fidelio, Rosenkavalier, Elektra, Rheingold. Conducted by Kubelik; Solti; Walton; Bonynge; Downes; Goodall.
Recordings from YouTube: Other Information: (ORATORIUM PAUPERUM). for S,A, two Ts, B Solos, SATB Choir, Narrator, and Orchestra, in three Movements. A poem by Gyula Urbán Commissioned by the Hungarian Radio (1969).
|Orogenesis - Oratorio|
|A||I. Rész - II. Rész||24:00|
|B||II. Rész (Folyt.) - III. Rész||18:13|
- Printed By – Globus Nyomda
- Baritone Vocals – József Dene
- Chorus – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Énekkara
- Chorus Master – Ferenc Sapszon
- Composed By – Lendvay Kamilló
- Conductor – György Lehel
- Contralto Vocals – Márta Szirmai*
- Design – Endre Bánó
- Engineer – Attila Fülöp
- Narrator – László Kozák*
- Orchestra – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Zenekara*
- Painting – Csontváry*
- Producer – Zoltán Hézser
- Sleeve Notes – Imre Földes
- Soprano Vocals – Éva Andor
- Tenor Vocals – József Réti, Sándor Palcsó
- Text By – Gyula Urbán
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