FERENC ERKEL (1810-1893): Festival Overture, Palotás Dance, JÓZSEF MÜLLER (??-1850s): Kossuth March, JAKAB PAZELLER (1863-1957): Souvenir de Herkulesfürdö, BÉLA KÉLER (1820-1882): Ungarische Lustspiel, Op. 108, CARL MICHAEL ZIEHRER (1843-1922): Gruss an Pesth, LÉO DELIBES (1836-1891): Csárdás, FRANZ VON SUPPÉ (1819-1895): Leichte Kavallerie, JOSEPH LANNER (1801-1843): Pesther-walzer, Op. 93, JOHANN STRAUSS II (1825-1899): Éljen a Magyar!, Op. 132, CARL MARIA VON WEBER (1786-1826): Andante e rondo ungarese for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 9, HECTOR BERLIOZ (1803-1869): Marche Hongroise.

Catalogue Number: 12I102

Label: Hungaroton

Reference: HCD 32459

Format: CD

Price: $19.98

Description: This collection of Hungarian-inspired music contains both authentic and pseudo-Hungarian music from Hungarian and other European composers, much based on the early 19th century popularity of the verbunkos. A tasty alternative to the collections of dance music by the Strauss family and other Viennese composers which have been appearing on Marco Polo. László Bársony (violin), Hungarian State Orchestra; János Ferencsik. Original 1977 and 1979 Hungaroton recordings. First CD release.


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