31 March, 2011
Kodály's earliest compositions date from the 1890s and his
last were composed in 1966. During this long and productive life he
created hundreds of compositions in a variety of media and genres.
His style was profoundly influenced by his collecting and study of
Hungarian folk music and by the works of Debussy. Among Kodály's
Most of Kodály's works are published by Universal Editions, Boosey & Hawkes, and Editio Musica Budapest.
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