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Márta Fábián - Cimbalom Music From Hungarian Countries mp3 track

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Performer: Márta Fábián
Title: Cimbalom Music From Hungarian Countries
Released: 1977
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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A1 Three Dances For Two Cimbaloms
Arranged By – Béla VavrineczCimbalom – Jolán Fábián
A2a Two Duos For Recorder And Cimbalom: Song From Bàcska
Arranged By – Béla VavrineczPerformer [Recorder, Alto Recorder] – József Bige
A2b Two Duos For Recorder And Cimbalom: Pairing Songs
Arranged By – Béla VavrineczPerformer [Recorder, Alto Recorder] – József Bige
A3 Children's Song From Kalocsa For Two Cimbaloms
Arranged By – Béla VavrineczCimbalom – Jolán Fábián
A4 Nursery Rhymes For Flute, Cimbalom And Cello
Arranged By – Béla VavrineczCello – Ferenc BelejFlute – Tihamér Elek
A5 Verbunk From Gencs For Cimbalom And Chamber Ensemble
Cello – Ferenc BelejConductor, Written-By – Béla VavrineczDouble Bass – Eva KádasFlute – Tihamér ElekViola – Julia Kaufmann
A6 Swineherd's Dance For Cimbalom And Chamber Ensemble
Cello – Ferenc BelejConductor, Arranged By – Béla VavrineczDouble Bass – Eva KádasFlute – Tihamér ElekViola – Julia Kaufmann
B1 Dirge For Cimbalom
Written-By – Béla Vavrinecz
B2 Duo Concertante For Cimbalom And Cello
Cello – Csaba OnczayWritten-By – Béla Vavrinecz
B3 Concert Variations For Cimbalom And Folk Orchestra
Conductor, Written-By – Béla VavrineczOrchestra – Folk Orchestra Of The Duna Ensemble

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On back Cover: Tracklisting and informations printed in four different languages: Hungarian, English, German and Russian.

Marta Fabian Chamber Ensemble - Cimbalom Music From Hungarian Countries. Sealed 1977 Laminated Cover Original. Artist: Marta Fabian Chamber Ensemble Title: Cimbalom Music From Hungarian Countries Genre: Classical Type: New - LP Label: Qualiton Catalog ID: SLPX 10140 Country: Hungary Our ID: 141221. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

Album · 1976 · 6 Songs. Contemporary Hungarian Cimbalom Music Márta Fábián. Listen on Apple Music.

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