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Browse: Kodály - Háry János Suite
This page lists all recordings of Háry János Suite by Zoltan Kodály (1882-1967).
Mihaela Costea (violin), Esther Georgie (clarinet), Cyril Dupuy (cimbalom), Jonathan Luxton & Kenneth Best (natural horns)
Gulbenkian Orchestra, Lawrence Foster
As a leading interpreter of the music of Enescu, it's hardly surprising that Lawrence Foster should feel such a strong empathy with the Ligeti, and he delivers a committed performance with the... — More…
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Children's choir Magnificat, Budapest, Children's choir Miraculum, Kecskemét, Iván Fischer
Iván Fischer and his Hungarian band join the most august company in this wonderful repertoire.
As both sets of dances amply demonstrate, Fischer's Budapest Festival Orchestra is no less virtuosic... — More…
and works by Strauss and Kodály
Peter Pears (Oedipus), Kerstin Meyer (Jocasta), Donald McIntyre (Creon), Benjamin Luxon (Messenger), Alec McCowen (narrator)
Sir Georg Solti
the dark sobriety and essentially lyric qualities of Stravinsky’s “opera-oratorio” are freshly and memorably conveyed in this recording — More…
Peter Ustinov, Erzsébet Komlóssy, László Palócz, Zsolt Bende, Olga Szönyi, Margit László, Lajos Kozma & John Leach (cimbalom)
London Symphony Orchestra Chorus & Philharmonia Hungarica, Edinburgh Festival Chorus, Brighton Festival Chorus, Wandsworth School Boys’ Choir & London Symphony...
His reading of the popular Hary Janos Suite can stand comparison with the finest, both as a performance and technically as a recording...Kertesz's energy takes on compellingly through all the... — More…
Alex Udvary (cimbalom)
Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Pops Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, Arthur Fiedler
Brighton Festival Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra, István Kertész
A winner from the start. The combination of conductor and orchestra could hardly fail in this brilliant, extrovert music, and with Decca's most spectacular recording quality I imagine this will... — More…