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Count Imre Szechenyi de Sarvar-Felso?videk was born in Vienna in 1825. He entered the Diplomatic service at the early age of 20, eventually becoming Austro - Hungarian Ambassador to Berlin in 1878. His musical career seemed to run parallel to his diplomatic career. An excellent pianist, he frequently gave concerts in salons playing his own works for the guests. Though some works were published, many never were; these are resting somewhere as transcripts or copies. Many of his compositions are unfortunately considered lost. This is the first ever CD of Szechenyi works.
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Bassoon with a View - Late 20th Century Bassoon Music
Bo Linde: Anna's Tales; Fourteen Songs of Spring; Lars-Erik Larsson: Various Songs / Lisa Gustafsson, soprano; Marten Landstrom, piano
The Barber of Neville: Wind Concertos by Howard Blake / Marriner, ASMF
Angels - Contempoary music for trumpet by Liza Lim, Rebecca Saunders, Carl Ruggles / Marco Blaauw, trumpet
The Red of a Womans Heart
John Garth (1721-1810): Accompanied Keyboard Sonatas, Opp. 2 & 4 / Gary Cooper, harpsichord, organ, fortepiano
Fifth House Ensemble: 'Excelsior' - Music by Shapiro, Limbacher, Bates & Burhans
Spectra: A Concerto fo Music by Members of Connecticut Composers, Inc. - Slayton, Steen, Gryc, Jesperson, Stoop & Austin
Bernd Alois Zimmermann (1918-1970): Alagoana; Sinfonie; Photoptosis, prelude for large orchestra; Stille und Umkehr 'Modern Times'