Ligeti


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

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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The concert featured a mix of solo works by Bach and Ligeti followed by pieces with piano by Beethoven, Clara and Robert Schumann and Elizabeth Maconchy.
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The Ligeti Quartet, associate artists at University of Sheffield Concerts, ran a workshop with young composers and musicians at Greenhead Sixth Form College.
Jamal and Jams will be performing a programme of Beethoven, Bloch, Ligeti and Bridge, which they will repeat in March at internationally known chamber music venue, the Wigmore Hall in London.
Chair of the society, Martin Hughes, said: "Our new series gives local audiences the chance to hear live performances by world-class musicians, of music ranging from classics by Mozart and Beethoven to works by 20th century masters such as Ravel and Ligeti."
It was not until 1949 that Lajos Ligeti (1902-87) collected the books and manuscripts written in Oriental languages or dealing with Oriental subjects into the Oriental Collection.
His vast repertoire spans from Frescobaldi to Ligeti. He is a passionate performer of contemporary Bulgarian composers such as Dimitar Nenov, Pancho Vladigerov, Lazar Nikolov, Ivan Spassov, Nikolay Stoykov, Vladimir Pantchev and Georgi Arnaudov.
This object hums and buzzes with the agitated spiritual strains of Gyorgy Ligeti's music.
Ligeti looking for first turf win Ligeti made hay during the winter months on the all-weather for Joseph O'Brien and although he has yet to score on turf, he shaped with real promise when narrowly beaten in first-time blinkers over 1m5f at Leopardstown last time and looks to have leading claims in the 1m4f handicap (8.20).
The featured Tipperary Cup affords Colin Kidd's versatile gelding Rashaan a good opportunity to return to the winning enclosure while the Joseph O'Brien-trained Ligeti, successful twice and then runner-up three times on Dundalk's polytrack this spring, might make a successful transition to the turf in the Supporters Club Evening May 18th Handicap.
Organist Martin Haselbock responds with music by Bach, Messiaen and Ligeti. Tomorrow, Symphony Hall, Birmingham.