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Mátyás  Seiber

Né: 4 mai 1905
Mort: 24 septembre 1960
Pays d'origine: Hongrie
Mátyás Seiber grew up in Budapest. After attending the grammar school, where he was regarded as 'outstanding' in Mathematics and Latin, he progressed to the Music Academy to study with Kodály. He developed his interest in medieval plainchant, and built on the research of Kodály and Bartók, providing vocal setting of many nations’ folksongs. He had a gift for languages. Many choirs benefited over the years from these lifelong interests.
While still in Hungary, he entered his 1925 Wind Sextet in a composition competition – with Kodály and Bartók on the jury. The opponents to the “progressive” music he personified did not allow him to win; furious, Bartók resigned from the jury.

In 1927 he left Hungary, and started lecturing in Frankfurt, with a reference from Kodály. There he inaugurated the first academic study of Jazz. In the early 1930’s, the Nazi disapproval of Jazz and Jews (however secular) entailed emigration. 
 
After a period travelling as part of a ship’s string quartet, playing his first instrument, the cello, he settled in London in the mid-thirties. He taught musical appreciation at Morley College, at the invitation of Michael Tippett. Later, but while still at Morley College, he trained his own choir, The Dorian Singers, who disbanded only on his death.

He also became renowned for his teaching of composition, from home in Caterham, where he moved after marriage in 1947 to Lilla Bauer, another Hungarian émigré, a Ballet Jooss dancer. She trained with Laban, then lectured at Goldsmith’s College.

Seiber’s reputation as a teacher-composer attracted pupils from all over Europe, including Hugh Wood, Tony Gilbert, Peter Racine Fricker, (who regarded him as the foremost teacher of the century), Ingvar Lidholm, Hinner Bauch, and from Australia, Don Banks. Seiber’s works were performed at Cheltenham, at Venice, and other national and international Music Festivals. He was a founder member of the Society for Promotion of New Music, actively pursuing this throughout his life. He did much to bring Bartók’s work to public notice in Britain. His life and work linked and developed many diverse musical influences, from the Hungarian tradition of Bartók and Kodály, to Schoenberg and Serial Music, to jazz, folksong, film and lighter music, (rewarded by an Ivor Novello Prize for ‘By The Fountains of Rome’). A late collaboration with John Dankworth produced the Improvisations for Jazz Band and Orchestra. His friendships and work associations embraced many soloists including Tibor Varga, Norbert Brainin, guitarists Julian Bream and John Williams, percussionist Jimmy Blades, folksinger Bert Lloyd, and Peter Pears. He also composed film music for his friends, the progressive animation couple Halas & Batchelor, the best known being ‘Animal Farm’. Other film scores included ‘A Town like Alice’. Some of his lighter music, especially dance accompaniments and for the accordion was published under the George S. Mathis pseudonym.

He was tragically killed in a car accident in South Africa while on a lecture tour in 1960. Kodály and Ligeti both composed pieces in memoriam. His widow continues to live in the same house in Caterham, in Surrey; his daughter lives in Cambridge. As Hungary rediscovers its central role in Europe, we seek to commemorate a composer and teacher who contributed so significantly to British and Hungarian musical development of the 20th century.
http://www.seiber2005.org.uk/
1905
Geboren in Budapest
1919
Studium in Budapest bei Kodaly
Entdeckte eine auffallende Ähnlichkeit zwischen mazedonischer Volksmusik unserer Zeit und den Musik-Beschreibungen Platons aus dem 5. Jahrhundert. Mazedonien war eine altgriechische Provinz.
1925
Lebensmittelpunkt für einige Jahre in Deutschland als Schiffsmusiker, Musikjournalist, Cellist und Dirigent
1928
Für 5 Jahre Leiter der ersten europäischen Jazzklasse am Hochschen Konservatorium in Frankfurt
1933
Emigrierte über Ungarn und Russland nach England
1945
Gründung des Kammerchors "Dorian Singers" in London
Schrieb die Filmmusik für die ausgezeichnete Verfilmung von Animal Farm
1960
Stirbt bei einem Autounfall in der Nähe von Johannesburg in Südafrika
1961
Kodaly und Ligeti schreiben in seinem Gedenken Werke

Gallery

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  1. Blues

    Blues

    Blues
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Butz, Rainer
    Instrumentation : 3 soprano recorders
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : ED 20789 Q13574
    1,99 €  *
  2. Tango

    Tango

    (Habanera)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Ragossnig, Konrad
    Instrumentation : 2 guitars
    N° Réf. : ED 21215 Q25578
    1,99 €  *
  3. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    from "Easy Dances"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Haan, Stefan de
    Instrumentation : clarinet and piano
    N° Réf. : ED 12423 Q3678
    7,99 €  *
  4. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    7 Modern Dances
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Lichter, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : CON 257 Q6683
    17,99 €  *
  5. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    from "Easy Dances"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Haan, Stefan de
    Instrumentation : alto saxophone and piano
    N° Réf. : ED 12424 Q22900
    6,99 €  *
  6. Divertimento

    Divertimento

    for clarinet and string quartet
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Instrumentation : clarinet in Bb and string quartet
    Édition : Partition et parties
    N° Réf. : ED 13718 Q25907
    25,99 €  *
  7. Prélude et fugue en La-mineur

    Prélude et fugue en La-mineur

    à la manière de Buxtehude
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Würthner, Rudolf
    Instrumentation : Chromatic Button Key or Piano Accordion with Bariton Basses
    N° Réf. : MH 133293 Q25925
    10,99 €  *
  8. 77 Breaks

    77 Breaks

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Instrumentation : percussion
    N° Réf. : BSS 32379 Q517
    9,99 €  *
  9. Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    (Ungarn)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Schallehn, Hilger
    Instrumentation : female choir (SSAA)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : C 46028 Q846
    1,99 €  *
  10. Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    (Ungarn)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Schallehn, Hilger
    Instrumentation : men's choir (TTBB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : C 46029 Q847
    1,99 €  *

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Profil
Mátyás Seiber grew up in Budapest. After attending the grammar school, where he was regarded as 'outstanding' in Mathematics and Latin, he progressed to the Music Academy to study with Kodály. He developed his interest in medieval plainchant, and built on the research of Kodály and Bartók, providing vocal setting of many nations’ folksongs. He had a gift for languages. Many choirs benefited over the years from these lifelong interests.
While still in Hungary, he entered his 1925 Wind Sextet in a composition competition – with Kodály and Bartók on the jury. The opponents to the “progressive” music he personified did not allow him to win; furious, Bartók resigned from the jury.

In 1927 he left Hungary, and started lecturing in Frankfurt, with a reference from Kodály. There he inaugurated the first academic study of Jazz. In the early 1930’s, the Nazi disapproval of Jazz and Jews (however secular) entailed emigration. 
 
After a period travelling as part of a ship’s string quartet, playing his first instrument, the cello, he settled in London in the mid-thirties. He taught musical appreciation at Morley College, at the invitation of Michael Tippett. Later, but while still at Morley College, he trained his own choir, The Dorian Singers, who disbanded only on his death.

He also became renowned for his teaching of composition, from home in Caterham, where he moved after marriage in 1947 to Lilla Bauer, another Hungarian émigré, a Ballet Jooss dancer. She trained with Laban, then lectured at Goldsmith’s College.

Seiber’s reputation as a teacher-composer attracted pupils from all over Europe, including Hugh Wood, Tony Gilbert, Peter Racine Fricker, (who regarded him as the foremost teacher of the century), Ingvar Lidholm, Hinner Bauch, and from Australia, Don Banks. Seiber’s works were performed at Cheltenham, at Venice, and other national and international Music Festivals. He was a founder member of the Society for Promotion of New Music, actively pursuing this throughout his life. He did much to bring Bartók’s work to public notice in Britain. His life and work linked and developed many diverse musical influences, from the Hungarian tradition of Bartók and Kodály, to Schoenberg and Serial Music, to jazz, folksong, film and lighter music, (rewarded by an Ivor Novello Prize for ‘By The Fountains of Rome’). A late collaboration with John Dankworth produced the Improvisations for Jazz Band and Orchestra. His friendships and work associations embraced many soloists including Tibor Varga, Norbert Brainin, guitarists Julian Bream and John Williams, percussionist Jimmy Blades, folksinger Bert Lloyd, and Peter Pears. He also composed film music for his friends, the progressive animation couple Halas & Batchelor, the best known being ‘Animal Farm’. Other film scores included ‘A Town like Alice’. Some of his lighter music, especially dance accompaniments and for the accordion was published under the George S. Mathis pseudonym.

He was tragically killed in a car accident in South Africa while on a lecture tour in 1960. Kodály and Ligeti both composed pieces in memoriam. His widow continues to live in the same house in Caterham, in Surrey; his daughter lives in Cambridge. As Hungary rediscovers its central role in Europe, we seek to commemorate a composer and teacher who contributed so significantly to British and Hungarian musical development of the 20th century.
http://www.seiber2005.org.uk/
œuvre
Chronologie
1905
Geboren in Budapest
1919
Studium in Budapest bei Kodaly
Entdeckte eine auffallende Ähnlichkeit zwischen mazedonischer Volksmusik unserer Zeit und den Musik-Beschreibungen Platons aus dem 5. Jahrhundert. Mazedonien war eine altgriechische Provinz.
1925
Lebensmittelpunkt für einige Jahre in Deutschland als Schiffsmusiker, Musikjournalist, Cellist und Dirigent
1928
Für 5 Jahre Leiter der ersten europäischen Jazzklasse am Hochschen Konservatorium in Frankfurt
1933
Emigrierte über Ungarn und Russland nach England
1945
Gründung des Kammerchors "Dorian Singers" in London
Schrieb die Filmmusik für die ausgezeichnete Verfilmung von Animal Farm
1960
Stirbt bei einem Autounfall in der Nähe von Johannesburg in Südafrika
1961
Kodaly und Ligeti schreiben in seinem Gedenken Werke
Galerie

Gallery

Produits

par page
  1. Blues

    Blues

    Blues
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Butz, Rainer
    Instrumentation : 3 soprano recorders
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : ED 20789 Q13574
    1,99 €  *
  2. Tango

    Tango

    (Habanera)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Ragossnig, Konrad
    Instrumentation : 2 guitars
    N° Réf. : ED 21215 Q25578
    1,99 €  *
  3. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    from "Easy Dances"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Haan, Stefan de
    Instrumentation : clarinet and piano
    N° Réf. : ED 12423 Q3678
    7,99 €  *
  4. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    7 Modern Dances
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Lichter, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : CON 257 Q6683
    17,99 €  *
  5. Dance Suite

    Dance Suite

    from "Easy Dances"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Haan, Stefan de
    Instrumentation : alto saxophone and piano
    N° Réf. : ED 12424 Q22900
    6,99 €  *
  6. Divertimento

    Divertimento

    for clarinet and string quartet
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Instrumentation : clarinet in Bb and string quartet
    Édition : Partition et parties
    N° Réf. : ED 13718 Q25907
    25,99 €  *
  7. Prélude et fugue en La-mineur

    Prélude et fugue en La-mineur

    à la manière de Buxtehude
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Würthner, Rudolf
    Instrumentation : Chromatic Button Key or Piano Accordion with Bariton Basses
    N° Réf. : MH 133293 Q25925
    10,99 €  *
  8. 77 Breaks

    77 Breaks

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Instrumentation : percussion
    N° Réf. : BSS 32379 Q517
    9,99 €  *
  9. Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    (Ungarn)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Schallehn, Hilger
    Instrumentation : female choir (SSAA)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : C 46028 Q846
    1,99 €  *
  10. Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    Alle Leut' sind ausgegangen

    (Ungarn)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Seiber, Mátyás
    Adaptateur : Schallehn, Hilger
    Instrumentation : men's choir (TTBB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : C 46029 Q847
    1,99 €  *

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