Sebő Ensemble ‎– Táncházi Muzsika - Music In Folk Dancing Rooms

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Label:
Hungaroton ‎– SLPX 18031-32
Series:
Élő Népzene – VI.
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
Hungary
Released:
1978
Genre:
Folk, World, & Country
Style:
Folk, Népzene

Tracklist

Széki Táncrend - Programme Of Dances From Szék
A1a Sűrű És Ritka Tempó - Lad's Dance: Fast And Slow 3:54
A1b Magyar (Négyes) - "Hungarian" (Foursome) 3:54
A1c Lassú És Csárdás - Slow And Csárdás 6:36
A1d Porka És Hétlépés - Polka And Seven Steps 3:18
Kalotaszegi Táncrend - Programme Of Dances From Kalotaszeg
A2a Legényes [19] - Lad's Dance [19] 1:59
A2b Csárdás És Szapora - Csárdás And Fast 4:59
Páloc Táncrend - Programme Of Palots Dances
B1a Sétáló, Kapuzás És Karikázó - Singing Game Of Girls And Ringing Dance 5:38
B1b Vasvári Verbunk És Ugrós [23] - Verbunk And Jumping [23] 5:45
B1c Csárdás És Friss - Csárdás And Fast 2:59
Bagi Táncok - Dances Of Bag
B2a Karikázó - Girls' Ringing Dance 2:15
B2b Verbunk És Forgós [33] - Verbunk And Whirling Csárdás [33] 2:29
Délalföldi Táncok - Dances From South Hungary
B3a Ugrós [13] - Jumping [13] 1:40
B3b Csárdás ("Lassús" És "Frisses") [35] - Csárdás (Slow And Fast) [35] 1:55
Lőrincrévi Táncok - Dances From Lőrincréve
Violin – Székely Zsigmond*Voice, Whistle – Karsay Zsigmond
C1a Pontlozó [18] - Lad's Dance [18] 2:21
C1b Öreges Csárdás És Friss - Oldish Csárdás And Fast 5:36
Szatmári Táncok - Dances From Szatmár
C2a Magyar Verbunk [25] - Hungarian Verbunk [25] 2:16
C2b Csendes, Csárdás És Ugrós-Csárdás [39] - Slow, Csárdás And Jumping [39] 5:03
Méhkeréki Román Táncrend - Programme Of Romanian Dances From Méhkerék
Violin – Kovács Tivadar*
C3a Mînînţelul (Aprózó) - Fast 2:11
C3b Ardelenescu (Erdélyi) - Transsylvanian 2:48
C3c Chîmpinescu (Alföldi) - From The Great Hungarian Plain 2:45
C3d Bătuta (Dobogós) - Stamping 2:45
C3d Mînînţelul (Aprózó) - Fast 2:12
Dunántúli Táncok - Dances From Transdanubia
Tambura [Decs] – Farkas László, Figler Ferenc, Molnár Sandor
D1a Sárközi Karikázó (Lépő, Csárdás És Futó) [1a] - Girls' Ringing Dance Of Sárköz (Walking, Csárdás And Running) [1a] 2:52
D1b Ugrós ("Kanásztánc" [4], Kisugró, Nagyugró [1b], "Cinege" [11]) - Jumping ("Swineherd's Dance" [4], Little Jumping, Big Jumping [1b], "Titmouse" [11]) 6:00
D1c Csárdás (Lassú És Friss) - Csardás (Slow And Fast) 3:02
Mezőségi Táncok - Dances From Mezőség (9:33)
D2a Akasztós És Ritka Csárdás - Limping And Slow Csárdás
D2b Szökős És Sűrű Csárdás - Leaping And Fast Csárdás

Credits

Notes

"Following the work of folk-music collecting hallmarked by the names of Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály, the collecting of peasant dances also began in Hungary. Folk-dance performances attracting wide interest were held as early as the late 'thirties' but the peasant of folk-dance - in the rendition of professional and amateur dance ensembles - really made its break-through on the stage after World War II. It became known and popular as a stage production, in arrangements by choreographers, and the most outstanding Hungarian dance ensembles presented Hungarian peasant dances virtually all over the world. Recent years have brought a new, different demand with regard to folk-dance in Hungary, and young people now want to only to enjoy it in a stage-managed form, but actually dance it for sheer enjoyment in the ballrooms. Similar folk-dance clubs have existed for a long time in the towns of several European and overseas counrties, and in Hungary they have now become established as "folk-dancing rooms". In the villages this was once the term used both for the place young people went for amusement, and the occasion itself.

In the Hungarian folk-dancing rooms people usually dance what is called "programme of dances". These programmes came into fashion at the balls of the Medieval Royal Courts, and were then passed on by the aristocracy and later by the bourgeoisie to the peasants. The programme of dances or dance cycle means a series with the order of the dances strictly defined. This strict order has remained one of the main characteristics of the entertainments in the folk-dancing rooms as well.

At the initiative of FOLKRAFT-EUROPE, on of the great international music accompaniment supplying centres of folk-dance, Hungaroton has released about 100 minutes of folk-dance music of the most popular pieces of the Hungarian dance houses, performed by the Sebő Ensemble.

The Sebő Ensemble first appeared in public in Budapest in 1969. It is led by Ferenc Sebő, who, together with Béla Halmos, an other founder of the ensemble (both of them architects by profession) were the first disseminators of old folk-dance music in the Hungarian folk-dancing rooms. They have scored significant successes with their individual programmes from Japan to Scandinavia, and by now are among the best representatives of the genre internationally. An unusually interesting feature of the recording is the fact that excellent peasant musicians have participated in it as guest performers. The melodies used on the record come partly from live collections and partly from scholarly publications, adhering strictly, so far as possible, to the various dance types. Virtually all the music has been grouped according to the dance cycles. Let us note here that part of them may be used for the collection, "The Art of Hungarian Folk Dance", by Pesovár and Lányi. The figures given in square brackets after the various dance names always refer to the number of the dance description in the above mentioned book."
Csaba Pálfi - Sándor Tímár

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