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Kodály

[ koh-dahy, -dah-ee; Hungarian koh-dah-yuh ]
/ koʊˈdaɪ, -ˈdɑ i; Hungarian ˈkoʊ dɑ yə /
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noun
Zol·tán [zawl-tahn], /ˈzɔl tɑn/, 1882–1967, Hungarian composer.
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Kodály
/ (Hungarian ˈkodaːj) /

noun
Zoltán (ˈzoltaːn). 1882–1967, Hungarian composer. His works were often inspired by native folk songs and include the comic opera Háry János (1926) and Psalmus Hungaricus (1923) for chorus and orchestra
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