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Kodály, Zoltánlocked

  • László Eősze,
  • Mícheál Houlahan
  •  and Philip Tacka


(b Kecskemét, 16 Dec 1882; d Budapest, 6 March 1967). Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist and educationist. With Bartók, he was one of the creators of a new Hungarian art music based on folk sources, and he laid the foundation for the development of a broadbased and musically literate culture....

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