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  • I knew what would happen. I have seen … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    and never flags and goes through all the forms of emotion worthy of opera and music In short I knew in advance but I hadn t counted on it I hadn t anticipated that the singer comes in a black shirt sits down facing the audience and is already part of the performance even though as yet he is only listening to the music That the message is concentrated so

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  • The Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    admin The Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra chose a first rate programme for the sixth concert in the Hungarian Symphonic Panorama series The performance could perhaps most aptly be described as driven by passion from beginning to end From the first minute to the last the conductor Toshihiko Matsunuma was one with the music he was like an instrument from the orchestra a part the sound the wild passion that was produced

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  • It was a noble gesture on the part … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    House to commemorate in a concert the centenary of the birth of its former general music director János Ferencsik it was not a traditional concert After an absence of several years Etelka Csavlek appeared before the public in a part worthy of her We heard her in extracts from Der Rosenkavalier in the fabled role of the Marschallin And Etelka Csavlek knows fantastic things not only about shaping the melodic

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  • the concerts on February 12 and 13 were … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    time Kodály s The Peacock was framed by Brahms Tragic Overture and Dvorak s Symphony No 7 All members of the orchestra were wholly focused on Kocsis s every gesture and the conductor shaped the works with his customary exactingly high standard It was plain to hear and see that he inspired the musicians to strive for perfection The woodwind and brass sections were exceptionally good At the end of

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  • The Philharmonic Orchestra with its long … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    of the Opera House and in this capacity doubly experiences all the blessings of the present time Giving an excellent example of self provision the Philharmonic Orchestra invited Zoltán Kocsis Zoltán Kocsis was capable of generating and maintaining throughout a current that precisely conveyed his intentions to the musicians facing him as well as to the audience The result was a performance of the Tragic Overture by Brahms who once

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  • On a rainy evening on March 19th … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    by Wagner and Bruckner here in the Opera House under the baton of the guest conductor Eliahu Inbal And with the unforgettable Judit Németh what a splendid mezzo voice she has In places the Wesendonk songs sounded perfect with lyricism and a beautiful poetic tone although the evening began with difficulty and by the time the soloist had really warmed up the song cycle was over I found the orchestra

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  • I can only repeat what János Mácsai said … | Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    what János Mácsai said 2015 01 16 2015 01 16 admin I can only repeat what János Mácsai said a few weeks ago about the Philharmonic Orchestra it is an ensemble of excellent forces Its strings are capable of a velvety tone the woodwinds especially the flutes are ethereally pure and virtuoso and I would not criticise even the brass two faults in a live performance are acceptable and they

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    his intentions to the musicians facing him as well as to the audience The result was a performance of the Tragic Overture by Brahms who once said that if one wishes to hear a good performance one must come to the Opera in Pest I believe that the dour Viennese composer would not have been dissatisfied with this performance either It is worth noting that on the evening he was referring to the conductor happened to be Gustav Mahler Mácsai János Magyar Rádió Új Zenei Újság On a rainy evening on March 19th 2015 01 16 2015 01 16 admin On a rainy evening on March 19th the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra performed music by Wagner and Bruckner here in the Opera House under the baton of the guest conductor Eliahu Inbal And with the unforgettable Judit Németh what a splendid mezzo voice she has In places the Wesendonk songs sounded perfect with lyricism and a beautiful poetic tone although the evening began with difficulty and by the time the soloist had really warmed up the song cycle was over I found the orchestra s playing refreshing and competent Inbal was suitably attentive to the singer who sang in a beautiful

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