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 (lĭg′ə-tē), György Sándor 1923-2006.
Hungarian-born Austrian composer whose experimental works include orchestral, chamber, and choral music.
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Ligeti

(Hungarian ˈliɡɛti)
n
(Biography) György (djørdj). 1923–2006, Hungarian composer, resident in Vienna. His works, noted for their experimentalism, include Atmospheres (1961) for orchestra, Volumina (1962) for organ, and a requiem mass (1965)
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Collectively, the authors do good work situating Holt and his music among his British colleagues (Peter Maxwell Davies, Harrison Birtwistle, et al.) as well as other twentieth- and twenty-first-century composers, including Olivier Messiaen (an early influence on Holt), Alban Berg, Gyorgy Ligeti, and Iannis Xenakis.
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The first piece will be a premiere for the ensemble: "Concert Romnesc," composed in 1951 by Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti, has never been performed by the Oregon Mozart Players, and Kuo said he likes to "mix it up a bit, rather than play the same old, same old every season."
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Bartsch cites Stravinsky as an influence as well as Gyorgy Ligeti, whose 1968 "Continuum for Harpsichord" inspired the title for this 11th album from Bartsch.
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