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Endre Székely / György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet - Fantasma For Orchestra / Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra / Trio For Percussion, Piano An album mp3

Endre Székely / György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet - Fantasma For Orchestra / Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra / Trio For Percussion, Piano An album mp3

Performer: Endre Székely
Title: Fantasma For Orchestra / Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra / Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello / String Quartet No. 4
Released: 1974
Style: Contemporary, Impressionist
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 291
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Endre Székely, György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet ‎– Fantasma For Orchestra, Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra, Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello, String Quartet No. 4. Label: Hungaroton ‎– SLPX 11666. A1. Fantasma Zenekarra (1969) - Fantasma For Orchestra. Conductor – György LehelOrchestra – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Szimfónikus Zenekara. A2. Trombitaverseny (1971) - Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra. Conductor – György LehelOrchestra – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Szimfónikus ZenekaraTrumpet – György Geiger. B1. Trió Ütőkre, Zongorára és Gordonkára (1968 - 1969) - Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello. Cello – Lázló Mező Percussion – Ferenc PetzPiano – Ádám Fellegi.

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Trió Ütőkre, Zongorára és Gordonkára (1968 - 1969) - Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello Endre Székely, György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet - Fantasma For Orchestra, Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra, Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello, String Quartet No.

Endre Székely, György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet. Endre Székely, György Geiger, Ferenc Petz, Ádám Fellegi, László Mezö, Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television , Conduted By György Lehel, Kodály Quartet - Fantasma For Orchestra, Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra, Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello, String Quartet No.

Johann Nepomuk Hummel wrote his Concerto a Trombe Principale (Trumpet Concerto in E Major) for Viennese trumpet virtuoso and inventor of the keyed trumpet, Anton Weidinger (as had Joseph Haydn). It was written in December 1803 and performed on New Year's Day 1804 to mark Hummel's entrance into the court orchestra of Nikolaus II, Prince Esterházy as Haydn's successor. There are places, primarily in the second movement, where Weidinger is believed to have changed the music because of the execution of the instrument. It is unknown whether this was in agreement with Hummel.

The Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (also known earlier as Budapest Symphony Orchestra) (Hungarian: Magyar Rádió Szimfonikus Zenekara; MRZE) is a Hungarian radio orchestra, official site. It is part of the Hungarian Television and Broadcasting Organisation, Magyar Rádió. The Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (also known earlier as Budapest Symphony Orchestra), was founded in 1943 by conductor Ernst von Dohnányi.

By Frigyes Hidas - György Geiger, Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & András Ligeti. 3. Trumpet Concerto No. 2: III. Allegro assai. By Frigyes Hidas - György Geiger, Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & András Ligeti. Concertino for Trumpet and Orchestra: I. Allegro molto. By Emil Petrovics - György Geiger, Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & Gyula Jármay. 6. Concertino for Trumpet and Orchestra: II. Adagio. 7. Concertino for Trumpet and Orchestra: III. Vivace. Concerto No. 2 for Trumpet and 15 Strigs. By László Dubrovay - György Geiger, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra & Péter GAZDA.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Fantasma Zenekarra - Fantasma For Orchestra
Conductor – György LehelOrchestra – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Szimfónikus Zenekara
A2 Trombitaverseny - Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra
Conductor – György LehelOrchestra – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Szimfónikus ZenekaraTrumpet – György Geiger
B1 Trió Ütőkre, Zongorára és Gordonkára (1968 - 1969) - Trio For Percussion, Piano And Cello
Cello – Lázló Mező*Percussion – Ferenc PetzPiano – Ádám Fellegi
B2 IV. Vonósnégyes - String Quartet No.4
Ensemble – Kodály Quartet

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Editio Musica, Budapest
  • Recorded By – MHV recording

Credits

  • Composed By – Endre Székely
  • Engineer – István Berényi
  • Illustration – Endre Bálint
  • Producer – Dóra Antal

Notes

Title as it apears on spine
Time durations on label for complete side A: 19:57 , for complete side B: 28:34

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