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Ferenc Farkas: Music for Wind Ensemble

Budapest Wind Ensemble, László Marosi

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Old Hungarian Dances of the 17th Century (arr. by L. Zempleni for Wind Ensemble)  
1
I. Intrada
László Zempléni; Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:26
2
II. Slow Dance
László Zempléni; Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:53
3
III. Dance of Lazar Apor
László Zempléni; Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:22
4
IV. Dance of the Prince of Transylvania
László Zempléni; Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:59
5
V. Leaping Dance
László Zempléni; Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:36
The Sly Students Suite (arr. by T. Kurmann for Wind Ensemble)  
6
I. Fair in Debrecen
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
4:25
7
II. Air de danse
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:43
8
III. Students' Dance
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
4:44
9
IV. Gypsy Music
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:40
10
V. Pas de deux
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:20
11
VI. Finale
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
5:15
Timon of Athens Suite (arr. by T. Kurmann for Wind Ensemble)  
12
I. Alcibiade's March
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
4:57
13
II. Dinner Music
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
4:37
14
III. Dance
Ferenc Farkas; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
3:07
Intrada, Passacaglia, Saltarello  
15
Intrada
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
3:20
16
Passacaglia
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
3:06
17
Saltarello
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:22
18
Tower Music from Nyírbátor
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:35
Contrafacta Hungarica (version for Wind Ensemble)  
19
I. Basse danse
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:40
20
II. Gagliarda
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:05
21
III. Passamezzo
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:43
22
IV. Saltarello
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:12
23
V. Intemezzo
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:05
24
VI. Hajdutanc
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
1:48
Musica per ottoni  
25
I. Allegro
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:13
26
II. Adagio
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:02
27
III. Allegro
Ferenc Farkas; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
2:16
Csínom Palkó  
28
Mischievous Tune (arr. by J. Eordogh and T. Kurmann for Wind Ensemble)
Ferenc Farkas; János Eördögh; Tony Kurmann; Budapest Wind Ensemble; László Marosi
4:45
Total Playing Time    76:16
László Marosi and the Budapest Wind Symphony continue a series dedicated to Hungarian composer Ferenc Farkas with this sparkling album of works for wind ensembles, from chamber groups to full-scale wind bands. The chief characteristics of all eight scores recorded here are infectious good humour and a high dose of foot-tapping rhythmic energy.
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