Levente Gyöngyösi

Levente Gyöngyösi (born 1975, Cluj-Napoca, Romania) is a Romanian-born Hungarian composer. He moved to Hungary in 1989, when he was 14.[1]

Levente Gyöngyösi
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Background information
Born1975 (age 45–46)
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Occupation(s)Composer, Film composer

Works, editions and recordingsEdit

  • Opera "A gólyakalifa" (The Stork Caliph) after the novel of Mihály Babits. Hungarian State Opera, May 2005.
  • Assumpta est Maria for mixed choirs
  • Két keserû népdal ("two bitter folksongs") for mixed choir
  • Salve Regina for soprano solo, female choir and two instruments
  • Vanitatum vanitas for female chorus (2001)
  • Missa Lux et Origo for female choirs (2004).
  • Verkündigung - symphonic cycle in five movements 2003
  • oratorio Canticle of the Sun, Budapest Spring Festival 2004
  • Te lucis ante terminum
  • "Confitemini Domino" for female choirs
  • He also wrote 4 symphonies (the 3td with soprano solo is named 'Birth'; the 4th is named "Az Illés szekerén") and a Sinfonia Concertante for percussion group and orchestra.