Péter Eötvös* ‎– Vocal Works

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Budapest Music Center Records ‎– BMC CD 038
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1 Two Monologues
Baritone Vocals – Wojtek DrabowiczConductor – Péter Eötvös*Engineer [Recording] – Helmut HanuschLyrics By [Text] – Anton ChekhovOrchestra – SWR Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden/Freiburg*
13:18
2 Harakiri
Lyrics By [Text] – István BálintPerformer – Tokk Ensemble*Performer [Wood-cutter] – Yasunori YamaguchiShakuhachi – Katsuya Yokoyama, Shizuo AokiVoice [Recitation] – Kaoru Ishii (2)
18:56
3 Tale
Lyrics By [Text, Hungarian Folk-tales Selection] – TraditionalPerformer [Realized By] – Péter Eötvös*, Werner Scholz
12:35
4 Insetti Galanti
Chorus – Tomkins Ensemble Budapest*Conductor – Péter Eötvös*Engineer [Recording] – Márta PerédiLyrics By [Text] – Gesualdo*
7:13
5 Cricketmusic
Performer [Realized By] – András Székely, Péter Eötvös*
5:10

Credits

  • Artwork By [Design] – ArtHiTech
  • Composed ByPéter Eötvös*
  • Other [English Translation] – Judit Vince
  • Other [Liner Notes] – Zoltán Farkas
  • Photography [Cover Photo] – Péter Tímár
  • Photography [Inside Cover Photo] – Hajnal Németh
  • Photography [Portrait Photo] – Lenke Szilágyi
  • ProducerLászló Gőz

Notes

This recording was sponsored by the National Cultural Fund.

20-page booklet includes liner notes in Hungarian and English.

Track 1 for bariton and orchestra; composed in 1998; recorded at SWR Freiburg (1999).
Track 2 scene with music for recitant, 2 Shakuhachi and wood-cutter; composed in 1973; live recording (world premiere in Bonn, 1973).
Track 3 composed in 1968; realized at Electronic Music Studio, WDR Cologne (1968).
Track 4 composed in 1970/89; recorded by Hungarian Radio Budapest (1998).
Track 5 composed in 1970; realized at Hungaroton Studio Budapest (1970).

<A HREF=http://www.discogs.com/release/1100463>Second edition</A> came in digisleeve, with different artwork.

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