Csaba Szabo (1936-2003) For soprano viola and piano.
István Láng (1933– ) The title of this work, written in 2000 and lasting 11 minutes, refers to its unusual
Istvan Lang (1933– ) The title of the composition written for flute, violin and viola characterises the style of the
Ivan Madarasz (1949- ) Touching concert piece in one movement with a slight reference to Hungarian and Jewish folklore for
Janos Decsenyi (1927– ) The basis of the solo viola work's construction is the well-known permutation of the combinatorics. Both
Jeno Pertis (1939-2007 ) Duos for violin and viola for concert platform and advanced educational level.
Kamillo Lendvay (1928- ) Educational pieces which on the top of making instrumental playing practice introduce to compositorious elements as
Kamillo Lendvay (1928– ) The four movements composition was written for the commission of the Bartók Quartet and first performed
Laszlo Dubrovay (1943– ) The composer said of these two-movement works requiring virtuoso performers: ”The first movement is based
Mate Hollos (1954– ) The title conceals no names or ideas. The work – in whose third movement the motives
Mate Hollos (1954– ) This work exists in two versions. In a five-movements one which contains three duos and two