Laszlo Lajtha (1892–1963) played an outstanding role in the 20th century Hungarian music history as a composer as well as an ethnomusicologist. He collected folk songs as his ten years older colleagues, Bartók and Kodály but he preferred researching instrumental folk music. As a significant part of his composer’s career he was deeply inspired by folk songs: he made arrangements for folk ensembles just as string quartet. He left 19 folk songs with piano accompaniment which, in spite of their similarity in genre, show an individual voice which differs from the mentioned famous contemporaries.
You find the rough translation of all the songs in English, French and German in the appendix.
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