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Szandai Mátyás|Bartók Impressions

Bartók Impressions

Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács

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Bartók Impressions

Szandai Mátyás

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1
Reflection on New Year's Greeting No. 4 (44 Duos for Two Violins)
00:04:43

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

2
Lento
00:03:14

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, composers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

3
Improvisation on Romanian Christmas Carols No. 3 (Series 1)
00:02:48

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

4
Improvisation on Mikrokosmos 149
00:02:08

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

5
Reflection on Romanian Christmas Carols No. 4 (Series 2)
00:03:00

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

6
Hungarian Survivals
00:00:45

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, composers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

7
Improvisation on Bulgarian Rhythms - Mikrokosmos 115 & 150
00:04:08

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

8
Improvisation on Romanian Folk Dances No. 4 - Bucsumi Tánc / Horn Dance
00:03:21

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

9
Fractional Heritage
00:01:04

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, composers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

10
Reflection on Six Bulgarian Rhythms - Mikrokosmos 148
00:05:40

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

11
Improvisation on Mikrokosmos 152
00:02:35

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

12
Reflection on Concerto for Orchestra - 4th Movement
00:04:30

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

13
Improvisation on Romanian Christmas Carols No. 7 (Series 1)
00:03:55

Mátyás Szandai – double bass - Mathias Lévy – violin - Miklós Lukács – cimbalom - Béla Bartók, composer - Mátyás Szandai, Mathias Lévy & Miklós Lukács, arrangers

(C) 2018 BMC Records (P) 2018 BMC Records

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