Lajos Bárdos (1899-1986), Hungarian, followed in the footsteps of Bartók and Kodály (the latter was his teacher at the Academy of Muisc in Budapest). Bárdos’ works are models of choral writing. His genius is reflected through his incomparable musical settings of sacred, profane and folk texts. As a pedagogue and conductor, he raised the level of choral singing in Hungary to merit international acclaim. Through his life-long activity as a choral conductor and musicologist, Bárdos introduced the music of Josquin and Stravinsky into the repertoire of Huingarian choirs. Choral compositions make up the buok of Bárdos creativve output.
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