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Hungarian Rhapsody: Carmen Fantasy - Hungarian Dances - Gypsy Tunes - Monti Czardas

Mintcho Mintchev, Galina Stamenowa, Miltos Mumulides, Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra, Volker Hartung

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1.1
Gypsy Airs
Pablo de Sarasate; Mintcho Mintchev; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
8:36
1.2
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
Franz Liszt; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
10:33
1.3
Carmen Fantasy (arr. by F. Waxman)
Franz Waxman; Georges Bizet; Mintcho Mintchev; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
10:48
1.4
Dances of Galánta
Zoltán Kodály; Volker Hartung; Miltos Mumulides; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
16:20
Hungarian Dances for Orchestra  
1.5
No. 1 in G Minor. Allegro molto
Johannes Brahms; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
2:54
1.6
No. 6 in D Major. Vivace
Johannes Brahms; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
4:08
1.7
No. 5 in G Minor. Allegro Vivace
Johannes Brahms; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
2:48
1.8
Czardas for Violin and Orchestra
Anonymous; Vittorio Monti; Galina Stamenowa; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
4:32
Gypsy Baron  
1.9
Overture
Johann Strauss II; Volker Hartung; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra
8:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:40
Celebrated conductor Volker Hartung leads the Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra on this album of orchestral music showcasing Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, originally written for solo piano and brought to life in its orchestral version on this fiery performance. Recorded in January 1995, the programme is completed with other compatible works by Sarasate, Bizet, Brahms and Strauss II.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – JPK Musik Studio Masters

Recording: Bremer Glocke/ Bürgerhaus Troisdorf, Germany 24th - 30th January 1995 Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Germany in March 2012 Sound and editing by Holger Siedler, THS-Studio Dormagen Cover design: Evaristo di Albacco after a painting by John Singer Sargent (1878)

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