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In Concert (Live)

Ferenc Snétberger

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Budapest - Part 1 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
8:14
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Budapest - Part 2 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
10:53
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Budapest - Part 3 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
6:29
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Budapest - Part 4 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
6:01
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Budapest - Part 5 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
7:20
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Budapest - Part 6 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
5:10
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Budapest - Part 7 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
5:25
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Budapest - Part 8 (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
7:38
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Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Live)
Ferenc Snétberger
3:07
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:17
This ECM debut from renowned guitarist Ferenc Snétberger features the widely-acclaimed Hungarian musician in a spellbinding solo performance recorded live in 2013 before a rapt audience at the Liszt Academy in Budapest. Snétberger’s richly improvisational eight-part suite Budapest subtly draws upon influences from Brazilian music and flamenco, from jazz and classical tradition, as well as from his own gypsy background. As an encore and closing treat, he performs the Harold Arlen standard Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Studio Masters

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