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Album Title: String Quartet ⋅ Correspondence ⋅ Autumnalia ⋅ Fruit-Basket. Label: Hungaroton – SLPX 12054 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: Hungary Date of released: 1979 Category: Classical Style: Contemporary. Free Download Ferenc Farkes - String Quartet ⋅ Correspondence ⋅ Autumnalia ⋅ Fruit-Basket. Related Tracks or Albums Budapest String Quartet . .
Ferenc Farkas playing the piano at home in Budapest, 1970. Born into a musical family (his father played the cimbalom and his mother played the piano) in Nagykanizsa, Farkas began his musical studies in Budapest, at the Protestant Gymnasium (Grammar School) and later attended the Music Academy, where he studied composition with Leó Weiner and Albert Siklós. Az Ember tragédiája (The tragedy of man), incidental music for the play by Imre Madách (1935).
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I have long been preoccupied with the idea of writing a string quartet. Quite frankly, whenever I recalled for myself the tradition of this exquisite genre, I kept on postponing composition. After the summits represented by the great series of quartets – Beethoven’s 18, Bartok 6 works and the solitary masterpieces : Debussy, Ravel, Berg – it takes considerable courage to attempt a new string quartet. And yet how many made the plunge. The final impetus to write mine was given by a commission from the Hungarian Radio.
Farkas: Early Hungarian Dances from 17th Century · Alte ungarische Tänze, Arcis Saxophon Quartett. Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century for Wind Quintet - Ferenc Farkas. Лучшие песни The Borealis Wind Quintet. 1. Lakmé: Flower Duet. The Borealis Wind Quintet.
Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) was one of the longest-lived members of the wave of Hungarian nationalist composers which began with the rise of Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály. A student of Ottorino Respighi in Rome, Farkas blended Respighi’s Latin melodiousness with the Magyar folk-heritage that Bartók and Kodály had made the central element of Hungarian music. His Old Hungarian Dances of the 17th Century have become a staple of the wind-quintet repertoire; the other five works on this disk display the same irrepressible joie de vivre.
Ferenc Farkas: Songs. Fruit Basket, 12 songs for voice, clarinet, viola & piano.