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Sir Georg Solti, Budapest Festival Orchestra - The Last Recording FLAC
Sir Georg Solti, Budapest Festival Orchestra
The Last Recording
London Records
289 458 929-2
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2198 mb
MP3 size:
2466 mb
WMA size:
1511 mb


1Serenade For Small Orchestra, Op. 3
Composed By – Leó Weiner
2II - Andente7:55
3II - Lebhaft, Sehr Rhythmisch5:09
4III - Moderato
5IV - Allegro Molto5:05
6Psalmus Hungaricus
Chorus – Children's Choir Of The Hungarian Radio, Choir of Hungarian Radio & TV, Schola Cantorum BudapestiensisChorus Master – Gabriella Thész, Kálmán Strausz, Tamás BubnóComposed By – Zoltán KodályTenor Vocals – Tamás Daróczy
7III - Andantino3:48
8Keserüségem Annyi Nem Volna5:54
10Cantata Profuna, BB100/Sz94
Baritone Vocals – Alexandru AgacheChorus – Choir of Hungarian Radio & TVChorus Master – Kálmán StrauszComposed By – Béla BartókTenor Vocals – Tamás Daróczy
11Andante Molto Apassionato7:32
12I - Molto Moderesto7:05
13I - Allegretto, Quasi Andantino5:51


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
458 929-2Sir Georg Solti, Budapest Festival Orchestra Sir Georg Solti, Budapest Festival Orchestra - The Last Recording ‎(CD, Album)Decca458 929-2Germany1998


  • ConductorSir Georg Solti
  • OrchestraBudapest Festival Orchestra


Recording Location: The Italian Institute, Budaptest, 23-26 June 1997


  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D125989
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Decca Record Company Limited


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