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Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967) composed Adagio for violin and piano in 1905 and dedicated it to the outstanding violinist Imre Waldbauer. In 1910 Kodály made versions of the work for both viola and cello, while Norbert Duka transcribed it for double bass. In 2014 Editio Musica Budapest published all four versions of Adagio in a new separate edition.

Adagio for violin and piano: Z. 14911
Adagio for viola and piano: Z. 14894
Adagio for double bass and piano: Z. 14896

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