songs

Songs about Orszagh:

songsHungarian Folksongs, Transcriped from "For Children", Sz. 42 by Tivadar Országh & Béla Bartók by Antal Zalai & József Balog from the Album Bartok: Complete Works for Violin, Vol. 1

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): Andante - Allegretto - Allegro by Sherban Lupu from the Album Bartók: Complete Works for Violin and Piano

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): Lento, poco rubato - Allegretto - Allegretto... by Sherban Lupu from the Album Bartók: Complete Works for Violin and Piano

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): No. 1. Andante - Un poco piu lento (arr. of For... by James Ehnes from the Album Bartók: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): No. 2. Allegretto (arr. of For Children, Vol.... by James Ehnes from the Album Bartók: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): No. 3. Lento, ma non troppo (arr. of For Children... by James Ehnes from the Album Bartók: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

songsMagyar nepdalok (Hungarian Folksongs), BB 109 (arr. T. Orszagh): No. 4. Allegro (arr. of For Children, Vol. 2,... by James Ehnes from the Album Bartók: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

books

Books about Orszagh:

booksPavol Országh-Hviezdoslav: k 70-tym jeho narodeninám napísal Pavol Bujn?k (Czech Edition) by Pavel Bujnák (Jan 1, 1919)

booksPavel Országh-Hviezdoslav (2. februára 1849 - 8. novembra 1921): krátky ivotopis (Slovak Edition) by tefan Krméry (Jun 19, 2010)

booksOrszagh Laszlo: [bibliografia (A Debreceni Kossuth Lajos Tudomanyegyetem tanarainak munkassaga) (Hungarian Edition... by Lehel Vadon (1997)

wiki

Wiki information Orszagh:

Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav
Dramatist, Influence Node, Person, Author, Deceased Person

Pavol Országh de Felsőkubin Hviezdoslav was a Slovak poet, dramatist, translator and for a short time member of the Czechoslovak parliament. First, he wrote in traditional style, but later became influenced by parnassism and modernism.

Laszlo Orszagh
Author, Person