Third volume devoted to the chamber music of the Hungarian pianist-composer-conductor, illustrating the late blossoming of a neo- Germanic Romanticism combined with Magyar nationalism in the style of Brahms. Concertante music in the heritage of Liszt, creating a dialogue between the strings treated like an ensemble of soloists. A new tribute paid to a master who made the Hungarian musical scene and his younger colleagues Bartók, Kodály and Weiner internationally famous between the wars.
PRD/DSD 250 268
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