Tallin Tibor

(12 találat)
# Cím Abstract Folyóirat Oldalszám
„...mljk el e pohr n tlem...” : Cantata profana s Mt evanglium - 1999., 37. évf. 2. szám 153. - 159.o
„Orfeo” s „Euridice” : vltozatok egy tmra - 1971., 12. évf. 4. szám 383. - 395.o
„Orfeo” s „Euridice” II. Prolgus Firenzben s Mantovban : az nekbeszd szletse - 1972., 13. évf. 1. szám 16. - 23.o
„Termkeny kzszellemet, szabad polifnit, felszabadult tavaszi lgkrt...” : Szabolcsi, a zenepolitikus - 1980., 21. évf. 4. szám 402. - 410.o
A hangversenyrendezs llamostsa Magyarorszgon - 1988., 29. évf. 4. szám 430. - 444.o
Bartk levlvltsa R. St. Hoffmann-nal - 1974., 15. évf. 2. szám 134. - 185.o
Forma-modell s szemlyisgstruktra Mozart riiban - 1974., 15. évf. 1. szám 51. - 58.o
Kodly s a zens sznpad : elzmnyek s kvetkezmnyek - 1978., 19. évf. 4. szám 378. - 384.o
Kodly Zoltn kalandozsai Ithaktul a Szkelyfldig abs.
The Adventures of Zoltn Kodly from Ithaka to the Szkely Land
Tibor Tallin

Zoltn Kodly has been bound by an intense spiritual relationship to the Homeric epics, in particular to the Odyssey which he had thoroughly studied already as a student at the grammar school (Gymnasium) in Nagyszombat, when he also planned to compose an orchestral work with the title Nausikaa. 1906 he noted in his diary that “the plan for a symphonic poem on the same subject began do down again”. 1907 he composed the song Nausikaa published 1925 as No 2 of Four songs. From 1926 on he seriously considered the composition of an opera on the libretto of Zsigmond Mricz’s play Odysseus bolyongsai (The Wandering of Odysseus) which in its two first acts describes the amours of the hero with Nausikaa and Kyrke, and his return to Penelope in the third. Perhaps in connection with the planning of the opera Kodly sketched some musical ideas for both Nausikaa and Kyrke. The wife of Odysseus waiting faithfully for his husband may have inspired the figure of the Houswife in the second version of Szkely fon (Spinnery) whose pantomimic action was written by the composer. The early version staged 1925 dealt with the ambiguities of matrimony through the allegoric quotation of folk songs like El kne indulni and the Ballad about the Evil Wife. The 1932 version systematically broadened the discussion on the chances of marriage by triplicating the figures of both man and woman. In working out the sujet Kodly may have been influenced by Mricz’s way of posing the problem of the relation of male and female in the Odysseus-drama.
2008., 46. évf. 3. szám 239. - 250.o
Bayreuth – Interregnum - 1973., 14. évf. 1. szám 93. - 100.o
Salzburgi tanulsgok – Mozart hrom stlusa - 1973., 14. évf. 1. szám 85. - 93.o
Salzburgi nnepi Jtkok, 1973 - 1973., 14. évf. 4. szám 434. - 435.o