The point is to increase gradually the level of the understanding, cultivation and practice of musical art. This task falls particularly to the new Academy.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
Dr. Miklós Mohay

Dr. Miklós Mohay

Music Theory Department

Solfege, Music Theory, Analysis, Transposing And Score Reading

 
Born: 1960
 
Position at Liszt Academy: DLA, habilitated associate professor
 
Subjects: music theory - solfege, analysis, counterpoint, score reading, study of instruments
 
Studies:
1984: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, composition and music theory teacher
2004: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, DLA in music theory, title of dissertation: Mozart ünnepi miséi
 
Teaching experiences:
1985-2001: Eötvös Loránd Science University Faculty of Teachers' Training Department of Music
From 1998: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, assistant professor
From 2004: associate professor
2007 - 2011: Head of Music Theory Department
Since 2007: University of Debrecen Conservatory of Music
From 2002: assistant professor
Since 2007: college professor
Since 1st July 2011 Head of Music Theory Sub-Department under Composition, Conducting, Musicology and Music Theory Dept.
 
Lectures and courses in Budapest and Debrecen
Since 1998: chorus master at Angyalföld St. Ladislaus Parish Church
 
Concerts:
performance of more than 60 own compositions in Hungary and abroad
 
Musical compositions, main publications:
 
Own compositions:
Mozdulatok (Editio Musica Budapest)
Éjszakai villanás (F. García Lorca, transl. by Sándor Weöres) (Editio Musica Budapest)
Nárcisz (Federico García Lorca, transl. by Zoltán Majtényi) (Editio Musica Budapest)
Mägdelein (German folk text) (Edition Music-Contact)
Confitebor tibi Domine (Edition Music-Contact)
Két nőikar (Sándor Weöres) (KÓTA–Rózsavölgyi és Tsa)
Wanderers Nachtlied I-II (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) (Edition Music-Contact)
Könyörgő imádság (folk text) (Kodály Institute)
Virághullás (Magda Kiss) (Zeneszó)
Három gyermek-miniatűr (Sándor Weöres) (Editio Musica Budapest)
Salve Regina (Edition Music-Contact)
 
Musical settings:
memorable parts of The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky for piano, I-II- (Könemann Music)
 
Editing, publications:
Ernő Lendvai: Symmetries of Music (Kodály Institute)
Szimmetria a zenében (Kodály Institute)
Symmetrien in der Musik (Universal Edition–Kodály Institute)
in Japanese (Zen-OnMusic Co. Ltd), all of them with Miklós Szabó
Lajos Bárdos: Elemző írások a zenéről (Cherokee)
 
Doctoral dissertation:
Mozart ünnepi miséi (Öt esettanulmány) (2004)
 
Memberships:
Hungarian Composer's Union
Association of Hungarian Creative Artists
Association of Hungarian Choirs and Orchestras (KÓTA)
Hungarian Kodály Society
Hungarian Music Society
Hungarian Academy of Arts – regular member
 
Awards:
14 awards at music composition competitions
2001: Istvánffy Benedek Prize
2006: KÓTA Prize
2007: Erkel Ferenc Prize
 
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