B1. Concerto For Piano And Orchestra O. 3. Composed By – Kadosa Pál. Conductor – Miklós Erdélyi. Cover, Design – Endre Bánó.
Kadosa Pál (6 September 1903, Léva, Austria-Hungary (now Levice, Slovakia) - 30 March 1983, Budapest) was a pianist and Hungarian composer of the post-Bartók generation. His early style was influenced by Hungarian folklore while his later works were more toward Hindemith and expressively forceful idioms. 62/Piano Concerto N.,Op.
Klaviersonate Nr. 4 (Skrjabin); Piano Sonata No. 4; ピアノソナタ第4番 (スクリャービン); sonate pour piano nº 4 op. 30. Name Aliases. sonate pour piano nº 4 de Scriabine; Piano Sonata No. 4 in F-sharp Major, Op. Authorities. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Piano Sonata N., O. 4. 6. 8. 0, O. 0. php?title Piano Sonata No. 30 (Scriabin, Aleksandr)&oldid 2770574.
Kadosa, P. Symphony N. 2 (mi. c). Lendvay, K. 4 Duetti for flute & piano (sc&pt). Kadosa, P. 0 (s. 1970. Viola Concertino, O. 7 (ar. 1968. 4 (mi. ). Oboe Concerto in C major, RV 447. 1973. Kosa, G. String Quartet N. (fs). Kurtág, G. String Quartet, O. (reprint s. 1999.
Like the Fourth, the Symphony No. 5 is unified by a six-measure "Fate" motto, heard straightaway in a darkly colored Andante introduction until, after a pause, the body of the opening 4/4 movement becomes a sonata-form Allegro con anima (with "soul" as well as spirit). It builds to a ferocious fortissimo climax before ending gloomily. Tchaikovsky marked this melodically rich slow movement Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza (songfully unhurried, with some freedom).
Piano Concerto no. 1 in C minor, op. 35: IV. Allegro con brio. 5. Chamber Symphony, op. 110a (arr. R. Barshai from String Quartet no. 8): I. Largo. 8): II. Allegro molto.
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- Published By – Editio Musica, Budapest
- Composed By – Kadosa Pál
- Conductor – Miklós Erdélyi
- Cover, Design – Endre Bánó
- Cover, Painting – Árpád Illés
- Engineer – László Csintalan
- Orchestra – Hungarian State Orchestra (tracks: A1,B2), Orchestra Of The Hungarian Radio And Television* (tracks: B2)
- Piano – Gyula Kiss (tracks: B1)
- Producer – András Székely
- Violin – Zoltán Dőry (tracks: B3)