László Lajtha - Pécs Symphony Orchestra, Nicolás Pasquet - Orchestral Works Vol. 2 FLAC album
Album · 1995 · 4 Songs. Symphony No. 2, Variations Nicolás Pasquet.
Lajtha: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2. Pécs Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Nicolas Pasquet Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 14 Length: 1:16:55. CD 1. László Lajtha Composer. Capriccio, ballet suite for orchestra, O. 9 Work. Pécs Symphony Orchestra. Lajtha: Symphony N., Orchestral Suite N. and Hortobágy Suite. Lajtha: Orchestral Works, Vol. 6. Nicolas Pasquet.
Symphony No. 4 "Spring", Op. 52. Allegro Molto. 3, Op. 45. Lento, quasi rubato. Allegro molto e agitato.
Pecs Symphony Orchestra, Nicolas Pasquet. Pecs Symphony Orchestra, Nicolas Pasquet.
Marco Polo's series of discs dedicated to the symphonies and other orchestral works is both important and very enjoyable. Give this lively ballet suite a shot, and if you like it, move on to the symphonies. Lajtha's is a major voice.
67: II. Lento 07. 9, Op. 67: III. Vite. Reflecting Hungary’s troubled times following the Soviet suppression of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, Lajtha’s last two symphonies are deeply emotional and dramatic works ranging from tragic intensity to optimism. Whereas the Eighth Symphony was aptly described by the composer’s wife as ‘a tragedy without consolation,’ the emotional power and the melodic beauty of the Ninth Symphony evoke suffering, happiness and hope. A huge success at its 1963 Parisian premiere, the work was acclaimed by the critic Claude Rostand as ‘the one that convinced. In 1993 Nicolas Pasquet, winner of the 1987 Besancon competition, was appointed chief conductor. The orchestra now performs as the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra.
56: II. Andante - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 03. Orchestral Suite No. 56: III. Presto - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 04. 56: IV. Allegretto - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 05. 56: V. Gai - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 06. Hortobágy Suite, Op. 21: I. La grande plaine hongroise (Andante) - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 07. 21: II. Galopade dans la Puszta (Presto) - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 08. 7, Op. 63 "Revolution Symphony": I. Modéré-Agité - Pécs Symphony Orchestra 09. 63 "Revolution Symph.
Allegretto · Pécs Symphony Orchestra Lajtha: Symphony No. 7, Orchestral Suite N. .Released on: 2017-07-14. Conductor: Nicolás Pasquet Orchestra: Pécs Symphony Orchestra Composer: László Lajtha. Auto-generated by YouTube. The Godfather – Orchestral Suite.
Pécs Symphony Orchestra, Nicolás Pasquet. László LAJTHA (1892–1963). Orchestral Works Vol. 7 Capriccio (Puppet-show), Op. 39 – Suite de Ballet. László Lajtha, one of the greatest Hungarian composers of the first half of the 20th century, was born in Budapest on 30 June 1892. He took his composer’s diploma as a pupil of Viktor Herzfeld at the Budapest Academy of Music and continued his studies in Leipzig and in Geneva, until 1914 spending six months of each year in Paris. Nicolás Pasquet was born in 1958 in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he studied violin and conducting at the State Music Academy, before continuing his studies in Germany in Nuremberg and Stuttgart. In 1984 and 1986 he won the National Competition for Young Conductors of the German Council of Music, and in 1987 he won first prize at the 37th International Conducting Competition in Besançon.
Lázsló Lajtha was one of the most significant Hungarian composers of the 20th century, yet his international recognition suffered under Communist suppression and his remarkable oeuvre remains neglected. Described by the composer as very tragic, epic, like a ballad, the Fifth Symphony is a heartfelt and forceful statement reflecting persecution and the elusive nature of hope. With its moments of nocturnal enchantment and sparkling humour, the Sixth Symphony is enriched by uniquely colourful orchestration
|Symphony No. 2, Op. 27||(29:51)|
|2||II. Molto Vivace E Leggiero||8:41|
|4||Variations, Op. 44||40:36|
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- Recorded At – Ferenc Liszt Concert Hall, Pécs
- Composed By – László Lajtha
- Conductor – Nicolás Pasquet
- Engineer – László Dobos
- Liner Notes – Emőke Solymosi Tari
- Orchestra – Pécs Symphony Orchestra
- Producer – Péter Ella
NotesPreviously released on Marco Polo 8.223669
Marco Polo is grateful for the kind sponsorship of this recording by the Hungarian National Cultural Foundation
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