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Review on the preceding to the concert

A breezy morning, the windows of the MTA ceremonial hall are open, the light pours in horizontally and makes the violins sparkle in blue. The room is basically empty, the orchestra and Péter Szabó are on stage, a couple of people in the auditorium... In the otherwise seemingly endless riverside spring atmosphere, the rehearsal becomes entirely intimate.


Laura Faragó -- singer
Dénes Várjon, Márta Gál -- piano
Péter Szabó -- cello
Hungarian Radio Choir
Camerata Transsylvanica
Hungarian Radio Brass Quintet
Conductor: György Selmeczi, Mátyás Antal, Lajos Vass

Fathers, sons and daughters - or the apotheosis of the musical vernacular

Pieces of Joseph Rheinberger, Hans Koessler, Emanuel Moór and Emma Kodály

Koessler Piano Quintet in F major, Trio-suite for violin, viola and piano Moór Cello Sonata no.2 op.55

The German-born Hans Koessler (1853-1926), a cousin of Max Reger, is mainly remembered as the composition teacher of Bartók, Kodály, Dohnányi and other Hungarian musicians at the Budapest Academy.

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