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TIBOR DITTRICH was on Hungarian clarinetist

( March 14, 1940 – April 28, 2008 )

EDUCATION Tibor Dittrich was born in Debrecen /Hungary/


on March 14,1940.
He was a student in Debrecen /1954-1958/
at the „Kodály Zoltán” Music School, of János Ticz
and at the „Liszt Ferenc” College of Music in Budapest,
of György Balassa.

ORCHESTRAL CAREER
He was principal clarinetist in the Budapest Symphony
Orchestra / Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/
1963 – 2004.
He performed with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra on
the 4 continent, 45 state.
Musical recording of sound: radio, record, disc, film, TV.
Concerts.

The Hungarian Wind Quintet / 1971- /


Members: Attila Lajos, flute; Ferenc Tarjáni, horn;
Tibor Fülemile, basson; Tibor Dittrich, clarinet.

TEACHING He was professor in the „Liszt Ferenc” University of Music


/1983 – 2008 /

He was been teaching clarinet and saxophon at the Internati-


onale Clarinet – Saxophon Camp. / 1994 – 2007 /

Yours Students in the „Liszt Ferenc” University of Music:

Szabolcs Albert, Ákos Ács, Timea Bartal, Paula Chelemen,


Roland Csalló, Etele Dósa, László Fülöp, Gábor Galavics,
Tamás Gáy, Attila Gera, Nándor Götz, László Héja, Ueda
Hiroko, Donald Hoffmann, Bálint Karosi, Tibor Kazi, László
Kedl, Matsumoto Ken, Sándor Kiss, László Kovács, Tamás
Marschall, Zsolt Mersei, Tibor, Molnár, Péter Nezvald,
András Novák, Jutta Oksanen, Gergely Parlagi, Csaba Pálfi,
Levente Puskás, György Reé, László Tóth Szabados, Domonkos
Szakács, Bence Szepesi, János Szepesi, István Zsolt Székely,
András Szigeti, Orsolya Szilágyi, Rudolf Szitka, Péter Scücs,
Yoshie Tonoyaga, Bernát Tószegi, József Tönköly, Krisztina
Tötös, Gábor Varga, Andrea Vízkeleti, Susanne Warren,
Jang Seung Won.

GUEST CONDUCTORS
Performed with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra:

György Lehel, János Ferencsik, Tamás Vásáry,


Ervin Lukács, Ádám Fischer, András Ligeti,
Antal Jancsovics, Miklós Erdélyi, András Mihály,
István Bogár, Géza Oberfrank, Ádám Medveczky,
András Farkas, László Kovács,
Kobayasi Ken Ichiro, György Cziffra, jun. György
Cziffra, Charles Münch, Antal Dorati, Claudio
Abbado, Igor Markevich, David Ojstrach, István
Kertész, Leopod Stokowsky, Hans Schmidt Isserstedt,
Carlo Zecchi, Lamberto Gardelli, Aldo Ceccato,
Roberto Benzi, Lovro von Matacic, Alexis Weissenberg,
Dean Dixon, Franz Paul Decker, Günther Herbig,
Jean Marinon, Jussi Jolas, János Kulka, Luigi Nano,
Mario di Bonaventura, Mario Rossi, Clemens Magnus,
Neeme Jaervi, K.A. Rickenbacher, Pierre Colombo,
Paul Klecki, Walter Süsskind, Wolfgang Czeipek,
Miltiades Caridis, Alpeslan Ertüngealp, Sir John Barbirolli,
Paul Capolongo, Heinz Fricke, Wolfgang Grönnenwein,
Aram Hatsaturian, Hirojuki Ivaki, Peter Maag, Sir Neville
Mariner, Karl Österreicher, Guseppe Patané, Karl Richter,
Gennadij Rosvestienskij, Paul Sacher, Peter Schreier,
Georg Solti, Leopold Stokowski, Günther Theuring,
Jukka Pekka Saraste, Arvid Jansons, Charles Mackeras,
Giorgo Morandi, Helmut Rilling, Jean-Bernard Pommier,
Mstislav Rostropovits, Ricco Saccani, Sergio Penazzi,
Michel Queval, André Prwesses, W. Bozic, Lothar Zagrosek,
Neithard Bethke, Dimitri Agrafiotis, Cen Chin Sen, Elio
Boncompagni, Dirk Joares, Christopher Austin, Otto
Klemperer, George Georgescu, Eugen Goossens, Jenő
Szenkar, Krzysztof Penderecki.
AWARDS 1965. „Liszt Ferenc” Price-winner /Budapest Symph.Orch./
1965. Budapester Internationale Music Competition
II. Price-winner
1966. Unesco Tribune International, Paris
V. Price-winner / Durkó – Una rapsodia ungherese/
1969. „Prix de Radio Brno” I. price-winner
/Stravinsky – The soldier’s Tale /
1970. „Art of music” – award from Hungarian Radio
1970. Budapester Internationale Music Competition
II. Price-winner
1988. „Bartók Béla – Pásztory Ditta” Price-Winner
/Budapest Symph.Orch./
2003. „Art music” – award from Hungarian Radio

DISCOGRAPHY
A.Bozay Quartetto per arche, Op.9
/Hungaroton /

Contemporary Hungarian music


Zs. Durkó Una rapsodia ungherese
/ Hungaroton /

F.Hidas Wind Quintet


/ Hungaroton /

M. Csemiczky Commedia senza parole


/ Hungaroton /

Á. Balázs Variations for winds


/ Hungaroton /

M.Ravel Bolero
/ Hungaroton /

W.A.Mozart Es-dur Quintet


L.v. Beethoven Quintet in E
/ Hungaroton /

L. Lajtha Quatre hommages


/ Hungaroton /

M. Kocsár Repliche, Variazioni, Lonely Song


/ Hungaroton /
L. Papp Dialogo, Meditations
/ Hungaroton /

R. Maros Euphoni 1-3, Lament, musicade


Camera per 11, Kaleidoscope,
Gemma /In memoriam Zoltán Kodály/

ARRANGEMENTS

C.Ph.E. Bach Solfeggio


arranged by Tibor Dittrich
for saxophone quintet

F. Hidas 2 for clarinet quintet


arranged by Tibor Dittrich
for four Bflat clarinet and bass clarinet

F. Hidas Hungarian Folk Song Suite No.2


for clarinet quinet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

F. Hidas 9 „Békésmegyei” Folk Song Suite No. 1


for 5 clarinets
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

D. Scarlatti Cat’s fugue


for saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

G. Rossini Quartet in Bb major


for saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

A.Vivaldi Concerto in fa minore for


Saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

J. Haydn Quartet F-dur Op. 3, No. 5


for clarinet quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

G.Ph.Telemann „La Lyra” Suite in Eb major


for saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich
I. Pleyel Quartet in E flat major
for clarinet quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

W.A. Mozart Divertimento K.V. 138.


for saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

F. Schubert Sonate „Arpeggione”


for saxophone quartet
arranged by Tibor Dittrich

MUSIC „IN MEMORIAM DITTRICH TIBOR

B. Kovács „In memoriam D.T.”

I. Josefovics Equilibro labile: In memoriam Dittrich Tibor

Instrument of Tibor Dittrich’s