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Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész - Saltus Hungaricus - Dance Music From Hungary (18th Century) album

Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész  - Saltus Hungaricus - Dance Music From Hungary (18th Century) album Performer: Budapest Baroque Strings
Title: Saltus Hungaricus - Dance Music From Hungary (18th Century)
Style: Baroque
Date of release: 1984
Country: Hungary
Size MP3: 1819 mb
Size FLAC: 1497 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: DMF ASF DTS MP4 ADX AA MMF

Complete your Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész collection. Három Saltus Hungaricus Az Apponyi Kéziratból - Three Saltus Hungarici From The Appony Manuscript.

Három Saltus Hungaricus Az Apponyi Kéziratból - Three Saltus Hungarici From The Appony Manuscript. Négy Tánc Mártonfi István Kéziratából - Four Dances From The Mártonfi Manuscript. A5a. Saltus Hungaricus. A5b. Magyar Tántz (No. 1) - Adagio. A5c. Kilenc Magyar Tánc Zenekarra Nagyszombati Kéziratokból - Nine Orchestral Dances From Nagyszombat Manuscripts.

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Psalmus Hungaricus, Op. 13, is a choral work for tenor, chorus and orchestra by Zoltán Kodály, composed in 1923. The Psalmus was commissioned to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Buda, Pest and Óbuda for a gala performance on 19 November 1923 along with the Dance Suite by Béla Bartók, and the Festival Overture by Ernő Dohnányi, who conducted the concert. The work's first performance outside Hungary took place under Volkmar Andreae in Zürich on 18 June 1926.

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Zempléni: Saltus Hungaricus. The second half of the 18th century, for the people of East Central Europe, was the time of the awakening of national consciousness. The leading force in the Hungarian enlightenment, the lesser nobility, also regarded as important the national character of the country's culture. A valuable kind of national music was the Hungarian dance music that flourished in the 18th century. István Bogár's series of movements intended for youngsters is colourfully instrumented, evocative music, rich in melodic invention, in character it is most closely akin to Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker ballet music. In the opening movement (Little march), which is in trio form, little boys wearing paper shakos on their heads and carrying wooden swords play at soldiers.

Tracklist

Táncok A Barkóczy Kéziratból - Dances From The Barkózy Manuscript
Nos 1, 2, 13-16, 18 4:50
Három Saltus Hungaricus Az Apponyi Kéziratból - Three Saltus Hungarici From The Appony Manuscript
4. Hung. Fejedvar Tantz 1:17
[Szám Nékül / Without Number] 1:05
19. Hung. 0:54
Három Pesti Magyar Tánc - Three Dances From Pest
Moderato Sempre (No. 1) 0:56
Moderato Sempre In Dis-minore (No. 3) 2:02
Valde Moderato - Coda Allegro (No. 39) 2:00
Esztergomi Magyar Táncok - Dances From Esztergom
Verbung 0:46
Ungrischr 1-5. 2:17
Négy Tánc Mártonfi István Kéziratából - Four Dances From The Mártonfi Manuscript 2:56
Saltus Hungaricus
Magyar Tántz (No. 1) - Adagio
Saltus Hungaricus
Hungaricus
Kilenc Magyar Tánc Zenekarra Nagyszombati Kéziratokból - Nine Orchestral Dances From Nagyszombat Manuscripts
Series II Nos. 15, 12, 15 2:00
Series I Nos. 10, 12, 11 2:03
Series I Nos. 2, 9, 8, 9, 7 2:43
Magyar Táncok Pozsonyi Kéziratokból - Dances From Pozsony Manuscripts 4:35
Ungrisch
Verbunkos
Hongroise - Allegretto
Magyar Lassan
Magyar Tancz Frissen
Magyar Frissen
Trencséni Magyar Táncok - Dances From Trencsén
Saltus Hungarici 7. - Adagio 3:30
Saltus Hungarici 1. - Adagio 2:25
Früsche Hungarici Frissen 1. - Allegro 0:45
Táncok A Pannonhalmi Gyüjteményből - Dances From The Pannonhalma Collection 8:33
Grave. Hongrois (No. 1)
Friss Magyar (No. 5)
Lassú Galanterie Verbunk (No. 6)
Frissen (No. 12)
Frissen Mulatságos Nóta (No. 37)
Öt Tánc A Sepsiszentgyörgyi Kéziratból - Five Dances From The Sepsiszentgyörgy Manuscript
Magjar Tántz (Nos 1-2-1) 1:42
Magjar Tántz (No. 3) 0:15
[Cim Nélkül / Without Title] 1:00
Magjar Tántz (No. 4)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLPD 12445 Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész - Saltus Hungaricus - Dance Music From Hungary (18th Century) ‎(LP) Hungaroton Antiqua SLPD 12445 Hungary 1984
HCD 12445-2 Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész Budapest Baroque Strings Directed By István Kertész - Saltus Hungaricus ‎(CD) Hungaroton HCD 12445-2 Hungary 1984