Peter Eötvös

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Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös' music is performed worldwide, especially his operas, and he has a significant career as a conductor of contemporary music.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Dervish Danse, for solo clarinet 2001 06:04 Chamber Music
Three Sisters (Tri sestry), opera 1998 10:38 Opera
Shadows, for ensemble 1995 14:24 Orchestral
Cap-Ko, concerto for piano, electronic keyboard & orchestra 2005 20:10 Concerto
Now, Miss! (based on Samuel Beckett's Embers), klangspiel for violin, synthesizer & stereo tape (sea sounds) 1972 16:07 Chamber Music
Insetti Galanti, for voices (from Three Madrigal Comedies) 1970 07:13 Vocal Music
Music for New York, improvisation for soprano saxophone & percussion with tape 1971 10:55 Electronic/Computer Music
Tale 1968 12:37 Electronic/Computer Music
zeroPoints, for orchestra 2000 13:57 Orchestral
Cricketmusic, organized naturesounds 1970 05:10 Electronic/Computer Music
Atlantis, for baritone, boy soprano, cymbalom, virtual choir & orchestra 1995 38:26 Choral
Monologues (2) for baritone voice & orchestra 1998 13:17 Vocal Music
Psy, for flute, cello & cimbalon (or piano, or harp, or marimba) 1996 08:22 Chamber Music
Replica, for viola & orchestra 14:37 Concerto
Chinese Opera, for ensemble 26:31 Orchestral
Psalm 151, for percussion solo (in memoriam Frank Zappa) 1993 19:27 Chamber Music
Psychokosmos, for cymbalom & orchestra 1993 16:07 Concerto
Harakiri, scene with music for recitant, 2 shakuhachi & wood-cutter 1973 18:56 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Triangel, for percussion & ensemble 1993 37:14 Concerto
Steine, for ensemble 1985 17:28 Orchestral
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