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Frigyes Hidas (Budapest, 25 May 1928-7 March 2007) studied composition at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music with János Visky. For fifteen years he was music director of the Hungarian National Theatre (1951-1966) and between 1974 and 1979 he performed the same function at the municipal Operetta Theatre. After leaving that institution, he was a free-lance composer.
198 Bars for Brass for the Synagogue of Szeged
Almost B.A.C.H. for Ronald Johnson
Alteba Trio for three trombones, for Tom Everett
Baroque Concerto for alto trombone and strings, for Carsten Svanberg
Double Concerto for tenor and bass trombone and symphonic orchestra, for the Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Köln
Episode for four harps and string orchestra, for Aristide von Würtzler
Festive Music for the Sousa Foundation
Florida Concerto for two trombones and concert band, for Jim Croft and the Florida State University
Meditation for bass trombone, for Tom Everett
Movement for trombone and piano, for William Cramer
Musik für Bläser for five trumpets and five trombones, for Armin Rosin and the Brass-Philharmonie Stuttgart
Ohio Concerto for flute and wind ensemble, for the Sousa Foundation
Rhapsody for bass trombone and concert band, for Donald Knaub
Seven Bagatelles for twelve trombones, for the International Trombone Association
Symphony for György Lehel and the Budapest Philharmonic Society
Three Sketches for clarinet choir, for Robert A. Riseling
Trio for horn, trombone and tuba, for Horst Küblböck
Horn and Piano
Chamber Music for Mixed Ensemble
Trumpet and Piano
Chamber Music for Woodwind Ensemble