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Hungarian Rhapsodies 1–6

Orchestras / Ensembles
Catalogue numbercpo7777972
Release date2013-06-20
Orig. sample rate96000Hz

The six Hungarian Rhapsodies might be termed a genuine »hit parade« and were deemed worthy of orchestration by Franz Liszt. These arrangements to be assigned to the last phase of Liszt’s Weimar years certainly number among his most extroverted orchestral pieces and those with the greatest public impact.

Two years ago, on the occasion of the two hundredth anniversary of the composer’s birth, the internationally renowned Austrian conductor Martin Haselböck began releasing his complete orchestral works in performances on original instruments of the nineteenth century. The lavish
production process and the employment of original instruments creates a particularly authentic sound picture transporting the listener back to the nineteenth century and more than meeting the high standards of the these
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Extra material for download
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
01 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1 in F minor 12:08 $ 2.91 USD
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
02 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in D minor 11:01 $ 2.64 USD
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
03 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 in D flat major 09:18 $ 2.23 USD
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
04 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4 in D minor 13:23 $ 3.21 USD
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
05 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 5 in E minor 10:32 $ 2.53 USD
  Composer: Liszt, Franz
06 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 in D major 14:00 $ 3.36 USD
  Album total 70:22
ComposerLiszt, Franz
ConductorHaselbock, Martin
OrchestraOrchester Wiener Akademie

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