Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dances: Danses Hongroises Ungarische Tanze album FLAC
Budapesti Fesztiválzenekar (Budapest Festival Orchestra), Iván Fischer, conductor, András Keller, violin, Kálmán Balogh, cimbalom. Recorded: unknown, (p) 1985 Release date: 1985 Label: Hungaroton Duration: 54:54. This is a rare recording, performed by The Budapest Festival Orchestra/Iván Fischer. For me, this Hungaroton release is the best Brahms Hungarian Dances recording ever
Brahms: Hungarian Dances. Brahms: Intégrale de. avel Urbanek. Brahms: Hungarian Dance. laudio Abbado, Wiene. rahms: 21 Ungarisch. atia Labèque, Katia an. rahms: The 21 Hungaria. teven Kolacny, Stij. rahms: Hungarian Dances. Gustavo Dudamel, Simó. iesta. Johannes Brahms: Danse. anubia Symphony Orchestr. Franz Liszt Chambe. rahms Golden Age No. 3. Cesare Cantieri. lfred Scholz. Johannes Brahms: Hungaria. Passion, Vol. 1: Brahms
Artist: Иоганнес Брамс, Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra. Album: Decca Masterpieces: Brahms Orchestral Works, 101 Brahms, Brahms: Hungarian Dances, Dvorak: Slavonic Dances, Brahms: Danses hongroises. Download Budapest Festival Orchestra, Ivan Fischer, Иоганнес Брамс - Brahms: Hungarian Dance N. in F Hungarian Dance No. 7 in A - Orchestrated by Iván Fischer
Artist: Иоганнес Брамс, Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra. in D flat - Orchestrated by Albert Parlow.
The Hungarian Dances (German: Ungarische Tänze) (Hungarian: Magyar táncok) by Johannes Brahms (WoO 1), are a set of 21 lively dance tunes based mostly on Hungarian themes, completed in 1869. They vary from about a minute to five minutes in length. Dances Nos. 17, 19 and 21 were recorded in 1966 by the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra for their album Orchestral Fireworks, released in the UK on the Music For Pleasure label. The complete orchestral versions were recorded digitally by Claudio Abbado and the Vienna Philharmonic for Deutsche Grammophon in 1982, released on LP as 410 615-1 and on CD as 410 615-2. The complete orchestral versions were again recorded digitally by István Bogár and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra for Naxos in 1988, released on CD as . 50110. Another set of complete orchestral versions was recorded in 1998 by Iván Fischer conducting the Budapest Festival Orchestra on the Philips Records label, released as CD 289 462 589-2.
Album · 2016 · 26 Songs. Hungarian Dance No. 2 in D Minor - Orchestrated by Iván Fischer. 3 in F - Orchestrated by Brahms. 4. 4 in F-Sharp Minor - Orchestrated by Iván Fischer. Hungarian Dances, WoO 1 - Orchestrated by Iván Fischer: No. 11 in D Minor.
Dances; For orchestra (arr); For orchestra; Scores featuring the orchestra; For violin, orchestra (arr); Scores featuring the violin; For orchestra with soloists; For flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn (arr); Scores featuring the flute; Scores featuring the oboe; Scores featuring the clarinet; Scores featuring the bassoon; Scores featuring the horn; For 5 players. 21 Hungarian Dances (Piano), WoO 1. Содержание. New York: Carl Fischer, 1911. 21 Hungarian Dances (Orchestra). Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Orchestral Music by Johannes Brahms. Overtures, Dances, Serenades, Variations: Academic Festival Overture, O. 0. Tragic Overture, O. 1.
Gramophone, March 1987. Ivan Fischer; Budapest Festival Orchestra, Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances. Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-4167B Adapter: 3 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : No Make use of C2 pointers : No.
As Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra progress through the symphonies of Johannes Brahms, one album at a time, the makings of a box set are becoming apparent. Not only has Fischer covered the First, Second, and now the Fourth, but the filler pieces have included the Variations on a Theme of Haydn, the Tragic Overture, the Academic Festival Overture, and assorted Hungarian Dances, giving this series the required selections for a deluxe reissue. Allegretto giocoso . 4 4 IV. Allegro energico e passionato 1. 9 5 Hungarian dances: no. 0 6 Instrumental folk music from the region of Sic. 2 (original melody used by Brahms in his 3rd Hungarian Dance) István Kádár violin, András Szabó viola, Attila Martos bass (members of the Budapest Festival Orchestra) 7 Hungarian dances: no. 3 in F minor . 1 8 Hungarian dances: no. 7 in A minor . 5. Personnel: Budapest Festival Orchestra Iván Fischer, conductor.
|1||No. 1 in G Minor (orch. Brahms)||3:11|
|2||No. 2 in D Minor (orch. Fischer)||3:59|
|3||No. 3 in F Major (orch. Brahms)||2:06|
|4||No. 4 in F Sharp Minor (orch. Fischer)||4:56|
|5||No. 5 in G Minor (orch. Fischer)||2:30|
|6||No. 6 in D Major (orch. Parlow)||3:05|
|7||No. 7 in A Major (orch. Fischer)||1:45|
|8||No. 8 in A Minor (orch. Schollum)||3:12|
|9||No. 9 in E Minor (orch. Schollum)||1:59|
|10||No. 10 in F Major (orch. Brahms)||1:46|
|11||No.11 in D Minor (orch. Fischer)||3:46|
|12||No. 12 in D Minor (orch. Fischer)||2:26|
|13||No. 13 in D Major (orch. Fischer)||1:26|
|14||No. 14 in D Minor (orch. Fischer)||2:29|
|15||No. 15 in B-Flat Major (orch. Hidas)||2:38|
|16||No. 16 in F Minor (orch. Parlow)||2:52|
|17||No. 17 in F Sharp Minor (orch. Hidas)||3:12|
|18||No. 18 in D Major (orch. Hidas)||1:23|
|19||No. 19 in B Minor (orch. Dvorak)||1:36|
|20||No. 20 in E Minor (orch. Dvorak)||2:55|
|21||No. 21 in E Minor (orch. Dvorak)||1:25|
- Conductor – Ivan Fischer
- Cymbal – Oszkar Okros
- Orchestra – Budapest Festival Orchestra
- Violin – Jozsef Lendvay, Jr., József (Csócsi) Lendvay, Sr.
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