Two Songs to Pushkin's Poems op. 1 (1987)
- for soprano and piano (In Hungarian)
Written as an exam composition at the Academy of Music. First performers: Rózsa Kozma, Péter Szlovencsák, Liszt Academy, Solti (Small) Hall, October 1987.
First public presentation: Béla Bartók Memorial House, 20. 11. 2013. (Erzsébet Fáklya - soprano, Balázs Fülei - piano)
Duration: 6 minutes
Publisher: Hangvarázs Bt. - No. 1 (email@example.com)
The second poem used in the piece:
II. The rose
Where is our rose, friends?
Tell if ye may!
Faded the rose, friends,
The Dawn-child of Day.
Ah, do not say,
Such is life’s fleetness!
No, rather say,
I mourn thee, rose, - farewell!
Now to the lily-bell
Flit we away. (Translated by Thomas Budd Shaw)