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VAN DER ROOST, J.: Sinfonia Hungarica / From Ancient Times (Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN, Van der Roost)

VAN DER ROOST, J.: Sinfonia Hungarica / From Ancient Times (Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN, Van der Roost)

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN

Orchestra

Jan Van der Roost

Conductor

Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN

Orchestra

Venue:

Izumi Hall, Osaka, Japan

Venue

Daito Culture Center Thirty Hall, Osaka, Japan

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Concert Band


Classical

Total Time - 57:02
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VAN DER ROOST, J.: Sinfonia Hungarica / From Ancient Times (Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN, Van der Roost)

     
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JAN VAN DER ROOST

     
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From Ancient Times

18:38
     
 

Sinfonia Hungarica

 
2 I. Atilla! 12:36
3 II. Arpad 11:11
4 III. Istvan 14:37
     
 Philharmonic Winds OSAKAN Orchestra
  Jan Van der Roost Conductor


The music of Belgian-born Jan Van der Roost has been performed all over the world, gaining popular acclaim wherever it is heard. From Ancient Times pays tribute to the golden age of the Franco-Flemish School of the 15th and 16th centuries represented by composers such as Dufay, Ockeghem, Josquin Desprez and Lassus. Van der Roost’s Sinfonia Hungarica evokes the dramatic events of the reigns of Attila the Hun, Árpád, the first ruler of Hungary, and István (Stephen I) who introduced Christianity into Hungary.

"...For concert band aficionados, this is a must-hear album. The spectacular music is given superb readings by a terrific band..."  

Barry Kilpatrick - American Record Guide - May 2014

 




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