Sheet Music – £ – Kodaly Epigrams for two voices or instruments and piano. Edited by Precy M. Young. Boosey & Hawkes publication. Stream Zoltán Kodály: Epigrams (7) by Julia Karosi from desktop or your mobile device. Stream Zoltán Kodály: Epigrams (4) by Julia Karosi from desktop or your mobile device.
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Sheet Music : Zoltan Kodaly – Epigrams
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Epigrammák (Epigrams), 9 pieces for 2 instruments (or voices) and piano (arr.from vocal work)
epiframs Please ask before ordering. Subjects Songs Medium voice with piano. The included fingerings and dynamic markings are recommanded by the editor and, though they may seem illogical sometimes, they derive from the musical demands of the work and are always of educational character.