Composed by Járdányi Pál (1920-1966)
For flute and piano
Published by Edition Musica Budapest
Pál Járdányi (1920 – 1966) was one of the most distinguished figures in Hungarian music during the years following the Second World War. He was an innovative researcher in the field of folk music, an eminent music critic, and a multifaceted teacher. Throughout a short creative life he pursued his own artistic and political beliefs, founded on the musical ideas of Bartók and Kodály.
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