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Kurt Masur|Liszt: Mazeppa & Mephisto Waltz No. 2 - Kodály: Theatre Overture & Háry János Suite

Liszt: Mazeppa & Mephisto Waltz No. 2 - Kodály: Theatre Overture & Háry János Suite

Kurt Masur

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Liszt: Mazeppa & Mephisto Waltz No. 2 - Kodály: Theatre Overture & Háry János Suite

Kurt Masur

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1
Mazeppa, S. 100 "Symphonic Poem No. 6"
00:15:35

Franz Liszt, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

2
Mephisto Waltz No. 2, S. 111
00:10:50

Franz Liszt, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

3
Theatre Overture
00:16:05

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

4
Suite from Háry János: I. Prelude. The Fairy-Tale Begins
00:03:54

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

5
Suite from Háry János: II. Viennese Musical Clock
00:02:13

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

6
Suite from Háry János: III. Song
00:06:01

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

7
Suite from Háry János: IV. The Battle and Defeat of Napoleon
00:04:03

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

8
Suite from Háry János: V. Intermezzo
00:04:36

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

9
Suite from Háry János: VI. Entrance of the Emperor and His Court
00:02:58

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Kurt Masur, Conductor, MainArtist - New York Philharmonic, Orchestra - Martin Fouqué, Producer - Eberhard Sengpiel, Engineer

A Warner Classics / Teldec release, © 2021 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics / Teldec release, ℗ 1995 Warner Music UK Limited

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