Masters Collection / Various: Masters Collection

Masters Collection / Various: Masters Collection

Masters Collection / Various: Masters Collection

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Title: Masters Collection
Artist: Masters Collection / Various
Label: Hungaroton
UPC: 5991813283726
Genre: Pop

The Masters Collection compiles the iconic recordings of some of the most renowned artists of Hungaroton. The album features records which define an œuvre, a specific era and which will be an unforgettable experience for all listeners. The Ferenc Liszt Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1963 by string players in their final year at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. They took the name of the great composer, to pay homage to the genius who became inseparable with the establishment of Hungarian music and whose spirit irradiates the musical life of the entire world. Since then they plays a very significant role in Hungary's musical life, and have attained a world-wide reputation. The FLCO consists of 17 strings and according to the programmes a harpsichord soloist completes the Ensemble, as well as wind and other instrumentalists. Their first music director was Frigyes Sándor. Since his death in 1979, this post has been held by János Rolla, one of Hungary's leading violinists, who has been concert-master of the orchestra since it's inception. The repertoire of the FLCO spans almost the entire history of music from Monteverdi, J.S. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, W.A. Mozart to the Romantics and to the 20th Century composers.


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