JAKOB PAZELLER (1869-1957): As long as a Waltz is playing, Op. 99, Dreams-Remembrances, Op. 115, Humoresque, Op. 210, Still one word only?, Op. 208, The Comedy of Money, Op. 159, The Forgotten Song, Op. 199, To live as long as Love exists, Op. 76, Life is hard in Pest, Op. 147, I'll not bewail on you, Op. 213, Dance of Love, Op. 122, Come here to me girl, Op. 98, Do you remember me sometimes?, Op. 128, Romance, Op. 189, Sad is he who is afraid to celebrate, Op. 94, You are to me my one and only, Op. 132, It's silent under the eaves, Op. 92.

Catalogue Number: 01L105

Label: Hungaroton

Reference: HCD 16888

Format: CD

Price: $19.98

Description: An Austrian bandmaster and composer of light music, songs and duets, Pazeller's career was first derailed when he remained in Hungary after the First World War and was forgotten by his Austrian compatriots. Then, after the Second World War, the Hungarian Communist regime deprived him of his pension because he was German-speaking. Hungaroton, excavating unpublished archival material, offers a second disc (the first was of marches) of songs and duets - all first recordings. No texts. Ibolya Nagy (soprano), János Pere (tenor), Jakob Pazeller Salon Orchestra; János Péntek.


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