Nunc dimittis (from the 'Evensong')
- for Soprano and Viola (2010)
Reut Rivka - soprano, Maya Felixbrodt - viola
Dag in de Branding festival, Klosterkerk
Den Haag, 2010
Malchanie (Silence) - for Soprano and Violin
composing on bulgarian texts opened his music to another direction: a more honest, direct and personal diatonic world, very simplistic and yet truly emotional.
Stabat Mater - for double mixed choir, male choir and childrens' choir (2010)
Written for the graduation of Orsolya Juhasz, I had to incorporate her amateur male choir in a professional context of the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy Choir. The text restrained me to a very classical approach.
Sonnet 65 - for 12 voices (2008)
- text by Shakespeare
Composing for vocal ensembles was always one of his favorite genres.
This piece uses strict diatonic cluster esthetics.
Setiva (Senses) - for Soprano and Bass soloist and mixed choir (2007-rec.2008)
The main texture of the piece consists of different choir improvisational (aleatorical) techniques.
The use of the text also reflects on his ideas about the perfect society, where everyone contributes with his/her own unique values - of corse inspired by the experience: it exists, and it is called:
One of his most personal pieces.
Pieces with singer(s) and ensemble
5 songs on the texts of his favorite poet, Angelus Silesius, about the always searching, for eternal piece, for the man and the woman, depth and hight, God, and Us.
A song cycle of 5 songs for soprano and small ensemble. The forth movement imitates indian folk music. Brilliant singing by Éva Bodrogi.