Rezsö Sugár (Composer)
Born: 9th October 1919, Budapest, Hungary
Died: 22nd September 1988, Budapest, Hungary
Rezsõ Sugár was a Hungarian composer.
Rezsõ Sugár was born in Budapest. He studied musical composition under Zoltán Kodály at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music from 1937 to 1942. He was a teacher of composition at the Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music from 1949 to 1968 and at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music from 1968 to 1979.
His recorded compositions include the oratorios Hunyadi and Savonarola, the Quartet for Strings and Piano, and the Partita for String Orchestra.
He was a winner of the Kossuth Prize in 1954 and was the father of the composer and conductor Miklós Sugár.
All Works: Sugár, R
- Arany felhõ (Golden Cloud) (1)
- Baroque Sonatina (1)
- Bú kél velem (Sorrow Wakes in Me) (1)
- Concerto for Orchestra, in memoriam Béla Bartók (1)
- Divertimento for String Orchestra (1)
- Epilogue (1)
- Frammenti Musicali (1)
- Hungarian Children's Songs (1)
- Hunyadi (1)
- Orgona (Lilac) (1)
- Quartetto No. 3 (1)
- Reszket a bokor (The Rosebush Stirs) (1)
- Savonarola (1)
- Sinfonia a Variazone (1)
- Suite (Quartetto No. 2) (1)
- Szépség koldusa (Beauty's Beggar) (1)
- Tartózkodó kérelem (Shy request) (1)
- Violin Sonata (1)