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Ferenc Erkel - Bánk Bán - Opera In Three Acts Album

Ferenc Erkel - Bánk Bán - Opera In Three Acts Album

Performer: Ferenc Erkel
Title: Bánk Bán - Opera In Three Acts
Style: Opera
Released: 1956
Cat#: LPX 150-52
Country: Hungary
Label: Qualiton
Size MP3 version: 1188 mb
Size FLAC version: 1522 mb
Size WMA version: 2568 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 992
Genre: Classical

Ferenc Erkel - Bánk Bán - Opera In Three Acts Album


Tracklist

1I. Felvonas Befejezes; II. Felvonas, 1. Kep, I. Resz
2III. Felvonas, 1. Kep
3II. Felvonas, 2. Kep
4II. Felvonas, 1. Kep, II. Resz
5III. Felvonas, 1. Kep, I. Resz
6I. Felvonas, I. Resz
7I. Felvonas Folytatasa
8II. Resz, 2. Kep

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HLPX 150-152, MMX 099-104Erkel Bánk Bán ‎(3xLP + Box)Qualiton, QualitonHLPX 150-152, MMX 099-104Hungary1956
HLPX 150-52The Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Vilmos Komor, László Jámbor, Delly Rózsi, Laszlo Kulkei, Joviczky József, Osváth Júlia, Fodor János, Melis György, Radnai György The Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Vilmos Komor, László Jámbor, Delly Rózsi, Laszlo Kulkei, Joviczky József, Osváth Júlia, Fodor János, Melis György, Radnai György - Bánk Bán ‎(3xLP)QualitonHLPX 150-52Hungary1956
LPX 31054-55Erkel Ferenc Bánk Bán ‎(2xLP)HungarotonLPX 31054-55Hungary1988

Album

And other albums from Ferenc Erkel are available on sale at Recordsale. Artists F Ferenc Erkel Bánk Bán - Opera In Three Erkel Hungarian: Erkel Ferenc Hungarian pronunciation: , German: Franz Erkel November 7, 1810 June 15, 1893 was a Hungarian composer, conductor and pianist. He was the father of Hungarian grand opera, written mainly on historical themes, which are still often performed in Hungary. He also composed the music of Himnusz, the national anthem of Hungary, which was adopted in 1844. He died in Budapest. The complete Ferenc Erkel Hunyadi László , Opera In Three Acts album info and tracklist. Browse the latest album releases on : Opera in 3 Acts. Ferenc Erkel Composer. Available from these sellers. Special offers and product promotions. Check out our turntable store for a great selection of turntables, needles, accessories, and more. There was a problem completing your request. Please try your search again later. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Product description. Bánk bán is an opera in 3 Acts by composer Ferenc Erkel. The work uses a Hungarian language libretto by Béni Egressy which is based on a stage play of the same name by József Katona. Bán is ban in English, similar to a viceroy, a duke or palatine. The main storyline is based on the assassination of Queen Gertrúd, wife of Andrew II in 1213. The opera was first performed at the Pesti Nemzeti Magyar Szinház in Pest on 9 March 1861. Setting: Hungary in the year 1213. Bánk bán. Opera in Three Acts. Erkel, Ferenc. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. IFE 1. 3 acts. First Performance. Ferenc Erkel: Bánk Bán. Bánk Bán, opera. Ferenc Erkel. Jozsef Simandy. 12:31 AM Erkel, Ferenc 1810-1893 Bánk Bán - historical dramatic opera in 3 Acts József Simándy tenor: Bánk Bán Karola Ágay soprano: Melinda Sándor Sólyom-Nagy baritone: Endre II, Erzsébet Komlóssy contralto: Gertrud, József Réti tenor: Otto, András Faragó bass-bar: Petur. bán, László Palócz baritone: Biberach The Choir of the Hungarian State Opera, Amadé Németh chorus master Hungarian State Opera Philharmonic Orchestra, János Ferencsik conductor. 2:40 AM Bartók, Béla 1881-1945 Divertimento for string or. Bank ban: Act II Scene 1: Aria: Olj meg engemet, Bank Bank, I beg you kill me Melinda - Jozsef Simandy, András Rajna, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Janos Ferencsik, Karola Ágay. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Erkel Ferenc Bánk bán Bánk bán, Act I, Prelude, Bánk bán, Act I: Ah, Biberach örvendj and more. 27 tracks 126:05. Ferenc Erkel November 7, 1810, Gyula - June 25, 1893, Budapest was a Hungarian composer. The librettos of his first four operas were written by Béni Egressy