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CD88275 Budapest Gypsy Orchestra/ Heidelberg 2011

CD88275 Budapest Gypsy Orchestra/ Heidelberg 2011
Item# CD88275
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CD88275 Budapest Gypsy Orchestra/ Heidelberg 2011

As requested here is a concert with the greatest Sinti and Roma orchestra of the world, the Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra. From digital cable broadast, mp3 320 kb

Heidelberger Frühling 2011

Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra
Johannes Brahms:
01. Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 02. Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 5
 Ferenc Erkel:
03. Palotás 
Vittorio Monti:
04. Csárdás
 Pablo de Sarasate:
05. Zigeunerweisen op. 20 Solovioline: József LENDVAI CSÓCSI
 Bela Radic:
06. Titánia
07. Cymbalum Solo Cymbalum: Oszkár ÖKRÖS 
Gioacchino Rossini:
08. Ouvertüre zu Wilhelm Tell 
09. Poliouchka (Black eyes) Solovioline: Sándor RIGÓ BUFFÓ 
10. Vladimir Cosma - Medley (Those were the days) Solovioline: Sándor RIGÓ BUFFÓ

Johann Strauß:
11. Eljen a Magyar - Ungarische Polka schnell op. 332 
Johann Strauß Sohn:
12. Ouvertüre zu Der Zigeunerbaron 
13. Unter Donner und Blitz - Polka schnell op. 324
 Franz Liszt: 
14. Ungarische Rhapsodie Nr. 2 S 244 Solovioline: József LENDVAI CSÓCSI Cymbalum: Oszkár ÖKRÖS 
 Grigoras Dinicu:
15. Ciocárlia Solovioline: Sándor RIGÓ BUFFÓ (and at the end all solo violins!)

 Rezső Seress:
16. Szomorú Vasárnap (Gloomy Sunday) 
Lew Pollack 17. Yiddishe Mamma

Édith Piaf
18. La vie en rose 
(Konzert vom 24. März in der Stadthalle Heidelberg)


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