Offprints from the new Kodály Collection
March 27, 2020
Zoltán Kodály’s complete choral works for mixed voices were published in a new, extended, edition in 2018 (Z. 6725 and Z. 6725A). The publication features new, easily-legible music scores edited on uniform principles. For better readability, the new edition is printed in a slightly larger format than previous editions.
Separate edition offprints from the renewed edition of Kodály Choral Works for Mixed Voices are being published. Their format is identical to that of the complete volume, and they are printed on excellent-quality pale-yellow paper.
Béla Bartók International Choir Competition 2020 - CANCELED
December 16, 2019
Zoltán Kodály: Choral Works for Mixed Voices – new, extended edition
January 8, 2019
Editio Musica Budapest is proud to announce the release of the extended and revised edition of Zoltán Kodály: Choral Works for Mixed Voices.
Seventy-five years after their first release, the time has come for Kodály’s collected choral works for mixed voices to appear in a completely new, expanded edition. This collection contains six compositions that were not included in earlier editions. It is printed in a slightly larger format than previous editions and is available in a hardcover version as well as a softcover version for practical purposes. We whole-heartedly recommend the canvas-bound edition to libraries, collectors, and Kodály enthusiasts alike.
This is the most complete and most authentic collection of Kodály’s mixed choruses to date, and it contains new easily-legible music scores and an informative epilogue written by Péter Erdei.
More information on the publications can be found here.
Listen to choral works by Hungarian composers
March 28, 2018
Europa Cantat festival
September 1, 2015
The great choral festival EUROPA CANTAT was held this year in Pécs, Hungary, on 24 July to 2 August. The event is justifiably well known worldwide for its standard and its inspiring atmosphere. The festival, held every three years in a different country, presents a colorful cavalcade of programs for those attending it to choose from. The choral festival offered almost 50 workshops for singers, as well as special events for conductors, composers, and the youngest age group of little children.
Editio Musica Budapest, as a partner in EUROPA CANTAT, has published the festival song book, and the scores required by the chorus members for workshops can also be ordered through us. We contributed to the musical expo an exhibition featuring our own catalog and representing several publishers from all over the world.
Presentation and round table discussion at the Béla Bartók Choir Competition
July 15, 2014
During the 26th Béla Bartók International Choir Competition (31 July – 3 August, 2014) our publishing house and Kontrapunkt Music Publishing Ltd would like to welcome you to a special event in addition to their traditional exhibition and sheet music fair. Staff members of the publishing houses will talk with composers about new compositions, music publishing and the concert life of choirs at a music round-table talk in the Gallery of the Kölcsey Centre at 4 p.m. on Saturday, 2 August. The choir Lautitia will perform choral works by participating composers, such as Máté Bella, Miklós Csemiczky, Péter Tóth and János Vajda.
During the competition you will be able to browse through the publishers’ sheet music publications while sipping your coffee in the Club of Scores, and will be able to meet and talk with composers and have them sign their published works.
EMB is the official publishing house of BBCC
December 2, 2013
According to the agreement between the Béla Bartók Choir Competition
and Editio Musica Budapest, EMB is the official publishing house of this renowned international choir competition.
The Béla Bartók International Choir Competition and Folklore Festival has been one of the choral events of highest standard all over the world for more than 50 years. It is, however, not only high professional quality that this competition is famous for.
Folklore shows, dance houses, culinary programmes as well as workshops all contribute to its gorgeous atmosphere. No one having visited us will ever forget Hungarian hospitality, the delicious food and wine.
Considering all this it is not surprising at all that the BBCC has been the birthplace of lots of professional relationships, close friendships, and even love throughout the years.