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Lajos Bárdos / György Melis, Zsuzsa Németh, Mixed, Female And Children's Chorus of The Hungarian Radio and Televison, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army, Ferenc Sapszon, László Csányi, István Kis - Choral Works mp3 album

Lajos Bárdos / György Melis, Zsuzsa Németh, Mixed, Female And Children's Chorus of The Hungarian Radio and Televison, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army, Ferenc Sapszon, László Csányi, István Kis - Choral Works mp3 album Performer: Lajos Bárdos
Album: Choral Works
Released: 1971
Style: Contemporary
Size MP3: 1722 mb.
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Chorus – Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison, Female Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison, Mixed Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army (tracks: B4, B5). Composed By – Bárdos Lajos. Conductor – László Csányi, Ferenc Sapszon, Kis István (tracks: B4, B5). Cover, Design Concept – Endre Bánó. Engineer – Judit Lukács. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Zsuzsa Németh (tracks: A4). Music Director – János Mátyás. Rights Society: ARTISJUS.

Album · 1971 · 14 Songs. 1. A Földhez (Kölcsey Ferenc verse). 2. Két bicinium a Kicsinyek kórusából (1938) - Kis kacsa fürdik. 3. Két bicinium a Kicsinyek kórusából (1938) - Csütörtökön virradóra. 4. Fújd a sípot (Vargha Károly verse) (1958).

Bárdos Lajos, Melis György, Zsuzsa Németh, Mixed, Female and Children´s Chorus of The Hungarian Radio and Televison, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army, Ferenc Sapszon, Csányi László, Kis István. Melis György Énekel/Operatic Recital.

Melis György (Baritone Vocals), József Gregor (Bass Vocals), Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army (Chorus), Franz Liszt (Composed By), Kis István (Conductor), Gábor Lehotka (Organ), József Réti (Tenor Vocals), Sándor Palcsó (Tenor Vocals), Watch now the video Franz Liszt, József Réti, Sándor Palcsó, Melis György, József Gregor, Gábor Lehotka, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army, Kis István - Choral Works II. (Mass For Four-Parts Male Chorus And Organ Szekszárd Mass, Four Sacred Male Choruses): Mass for Four Parts Male Chorus and Organ "Szekszard Mass" (1869) - Kyrie.

Lajos Bárdos: Choral Works. Vándor Chorus, László Tardy, István Kis. Catalogue No: HCD31980. Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus. Bárdos: Boldogasszony (The Blessed Virgin Mary). Budapest Saint Stephen Cathedral chorus. Boldogasszony (Blessed Virgin).

Album starts at 58BPM, ends at BPM (-58), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Erkel Ferenc. Bánk Bán (Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra & Hungarian State Opera Chorus feat. conductor: Ferencsik János). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

Lajos Bárdos (October 1, 1899 – November 18, 1986) was a composer, conductor, music theorist, and professor of music at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, in Budapest, Hungary, where he had previously studied under Albert Siklós and Zoltán Kodály. His younger brother, György Deák-Bárdos, was also a composer. Together with Kodály, Bárdos laid the foundations of 20th-century Hungarian choral music

To the Hungarians (Dániel Berzsenyi). Your browser does not support the audio element. National Song (Sándor Petõfi). Battle Song (Sándor Petõfi). Wish for Peace - The year 1801 (Benedek Virág). The Hymn of Liberty (Rouget de Lisle).

Buda Castle Our Lady Cathedral Chorus Budapest Saint Stephen Cathedral chorus Budapest Zoltan Kodaly Women's Choir Hungarian Army Male Chorus Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus Jeunesses Musicales Chorus Vandor Chorus. Andor, Ilona Bardos, Lajos Feher, Laszlo Kis, Istvan Revesz, Laszlo Sapszon, Ferenc Tardy, Laszlo Ugrin, Gabor. Anonymous Kolcsey, Ferenc Rosthi, Kalman.

Tracklist

A1 A Földhez
A2 Két Bicínium A "Kicsinyek Kórusá"-Ból (Kis Kacsa Fürdik, Csütörtökön Virradóra)
A3 Fújd A Sípot
A4 Ősszel
A5 Dana-Dana
A6 Második Népdalrapszódia
B1 Ave Maris Stella
B2 Tünde Nóta
B3 Magos A Rutafa
B4 Tavunga
B5 A Nyúl Éneke
B6 Elmúlt A Tél
B7 Régi Táncdal

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – MHV recording
  • Printed By – Offset-nyomda

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Melis György (tracks: A4)
  • Chorus – Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison*, Female Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison*, Mixed Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Televison*, Male Chorus Of The Hungarian Peoples Army (tracks: B4, B5)
  • Composed By – Bárdos Lajos
  • Conductor – László Csányi*, Ferenc Sapszon, Kis István (tracks: B4, B5)
  • Cover, Design Concept – Endre Bánó
  • Engineer – Judit Lukács
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Zsuzsa Németh (tracks: A4)
  • Music Director – János Mátyás

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ARTISJUS