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  1. Album; Cassette; Vinyl; CD; LP; All Country. Hungary; 25 Romania; 13 US; 10 Ensemble Ferenç Seb Rhapsody: Liszt & Bartók Sources Jánosi Ensemble. 0. Erdélyi Prímások Találkozója 1 - Autentikus Népzene Various. 0.
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  4. Leslie Howard’s recordings of Liszt’s complete piano music, on 95 CDs, is one of the monumental achievements in the history of recorded music. Remarkable as much for its musicological research and scholarly rigour as for Howard’s Herculean piano playing, this survey has been invaluable to serious lovers of Liszt. Now, as an introduction to the series and a perfect starting point for.
  5. ArkivMusic recommends the best classical music from its catalog of more than , CD, DVD, SACD and Blu-ray Disc titles. Discover rare recordings you might be missing.
  6. The birthday concerts that included works by Liszt, Bartók, Beethoven and Ligeti were followed by early music concerts: the Excanto ensemble performed early Hungarian music starting from the Middle Ages. There was also a special concert commemorating Philipp Emanuel Bach who was born in the town of Weimar years ago.
  7. Skipping Dance; source Verbunkos; an album by the Hungarian State folk ensemble. Dance tune from Crucea. Stamping Dance. Lad’s Dance. 20,21 and 22 are all from the Jánosi Ensemble, all are sources for Bartók's 1st Rhapsody. The Lad’s dance is also known as a legenyes; under this name it is only found in Transylvania, not.
  8. AN EVENING WITH THE NEW YORK HARP ENSEMBLE (Aristid von Würtzler) ANCIENT TURKISH MUSIC IN EUROPE (16THTH CENTURIES) RENATA SCOTTO- THE FRENCH ALBUM—2 (Renata Scotto) RESPIGHI: Belfagor RHAPSODY- LISZT AND BARTÓK SOURCES (Jánosi Ens) RIBÁRY: Satyricon Cantata. Quartet for.

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