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8 thoughts on “ Intermezzo - Zoltán Kodály, The London Symphony Orchestra, István Kertész - Music Of Kodály (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Zoltán Kodály. Born: December 16, – Kecskemét, Hungary. Died: March 6, – Budapest, Hungary. Kodály was a true polymath: an internationally recognized ethnomusicologist, pedagogue, linguist, philosopher and composer. He was born into a musical family but was more interested in literary studies as a young man.
  2. London Symphony Orchestra/István Kertész. Recorded in this comes into a degree of competition with Accord's two CD version. The Accord is quite new but this Decca is still in stereo and as indicated earlier bears up Decca’s most exalted technical traditions of the s.
  3. Kertesz - Con ductor. London ffrr Records. London Symphony Orchestra. This is part of a large classical record collection that we recently acquired. Usually the records were played only once in order to be recorded on tape, so the vinyl condition is fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  4. Apr 12,  · Performed by Erzsébet Komlóssy (mezzo), László Palócz (baritone), Melis György (baritone), the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Choir, Wandsworth School Boys' Choir and the London.
  5. Feb 11,  · Composer: Zotán Kodály Composition: Dances of Galánta Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra Director: István Kertész Recording year: Turntable: Technics SL Pre-amp: Mani (Schitt.
  6. Oct 08,  · London Symphony Orchestra, John Leach, István Kertész Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Decca Music Group Ltd.); UMPG Publishing, Concord Music Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  7. Háry János Suite; Dances of Marossék; Dances of Galanta, fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfost Festival Orchestra/Iván FischerPhilips Five of the most unusual Budapest Festival Orchestra concerts Symphony; Psalmus Hungaricus fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfo Haefliger; St Hedwig's Cathedral Choir, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra/Ferenc FricsayDeutsche Grammophon
  8. The first Western recording of Kodály's Háry János (the complete opera) was made with the London Symphony under Kertész's direction. The Decca label coupling of Dvorák's Requiem and Kodály's Psalmus Hungaricus is another fitting tribute to a superb artist too soon departed.

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