Mátyás György Seiber
Mátyás György Seiber ( 4 May 1905, Budapest, Hun. – 24 September 1960, Kruger National Park, South Africa) was a Hungarian-born British composer who lived and worked in the United Kingdom from 1935 onwards.
His work linked many diverse musical influences, from the Hungarian tradition of Bartók and Kodály, to Schoenberg and serial music, to jazz, folk song, and lighter music.
Works for Winds
- Irish Trilogy (arr. Daehn) (1961/2003)
- Mátyás György Seiber. Wikipedia. Accessed 18 May 2022