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... The László Lajtha Foundation awarded its László Lajtha Award in 2002 to the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Emõke Tari Solymosi. ...
... On January 22, 2004, the László Lajtha Award was presented to Kálmán Strausz, choral director of ...
... The László Lajtha Prize was awarded on January 22, 2001 to music historian Melinda Berlász for her ...
... Tari's collection of interviews with Lászlo Lajtha, is reviewed. ...
... Zsuzsanna Erdélyi's monograph on László Lajtha, is reviewed. ...
... Reviews a recording of chamber music by Hungarian Laszlo Lajtha, performed by the Lajtha Quartet ...
... A recording of three Lászlo Lajtha string quartets performed by the Auer String Quartet is reviewed (Hungaroton). ...
... The Lajtha Festival, held for the 10th time in August 2001 in Kõszeg, is presented. The festival ...
Lajtha László Fiatalkori Zongoramüvei"
Magyar Zene (2013) Vol. 51, No. 3, pp. 335-350

The first published compositions of László Lajtha were written for the piano. These early pieces amount to almost three-quarters of all of his works for piano solo. They are linked to each other by the choice of instrument, a firm ...

... The first published compositions of László Lajtha were written for the piano. These early pieces ... changed. According to the literature on Lajtha, the early piano works are devoid of any impact ... ; their style is individual, but was later abandoned by the composer. In spite of this Lajtha could not ...
... ethnomusicologist László Lajtha between 1951 and 1957, is presented. Lajtha wrote to his publisher and ... exclusive contract to publish his compositions, which allowed Lajtha to reject work from the Hungarian ... chronological, first-hand portrait of the composer and his career. Lajtha is considered one of the most ...
... National Opera at the Thália Theatre, is reviewed. Lajtha began writing the neoclassical opera buffa ... language by Spanish author Salvador Madariaga. Lajtha hoped to hold the world premiere in Hungary at ...
László Lajtha: the Symphonies
The Music Review (1975) Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 197
... ethnomusicologist László Lajtha and his bride Róza Hollós during World War I, is presented. The ... composer and his career. Lajtha wrote to his bride almost daily, describing his life on the front ... "bad writer," who never liked to write, yet Lajtha is considered one of the most unique voices among ...
... ethnomusicologist László Lajtha and his wife Róza Hollós between 1926 and 1947, is presented. A ... , Paris, Florence, and London. Lajtha is considered one of the most unique voices among the correspondence ...
... Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, and conductor János László Lajtha was born in Budapest on ... , Lajtha is relatively unknown. Music teachers do not teach about him, artists virtually do not ... deal with Lajtha's estate: Melinda Berlász, János Breuer, and Tari Emoke Solymosi. Lajtha has been a ...
... is likened to a sculptor working on raw material, László Lajtha, who is called a French spirited composer, and Jenõ Takács. ...
Hangverseny
Muzsika (2012) Vol. 55, No. 8, pp. np