In 1994, Zsolt Szefcsik founded the ERDODY Chamber Orchestra in Budapest to promote the Hungarian musical heritage and present achievements of contemporary composers. For over 25 years, the ensemble, using Hungarian manuscript collections, has presented over one hundred forgotten pieces. Thanks to this fact, it has become the orchestra that currently boasts the most extensive repertoire of Hungarian music. A large group of works by composers operating in the 18th and 19th centuries has become available only thanks to the concerts of the Erdody Chamber Orchestra. This release, already their third album, released by DUX, includes works of Polish and Hungarian composers active in the 20th century.
In 1994, Zsolt Szefcsik founded the ERDODY Chamber Orchestra in Budapest to promote the Hungarian musical heritage and present achievements of contemporary composers. For over 25 years, the ensemble, using Hungarian manuscript collections, has presented over one hundred forgotten pieces. Thanks to this fact, it has become the orchestra that currently boasts the most extensive repertoire of Hungarian music. A large group of works by composers operating in the 18th and 19th centuries has become available only thanks to the concerts of the Erdody Chamber Orchestra. This release, already their third album, released by DUX, includes works of Polish and Hungarian composers active in the 20th century.
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Erdody Chamber Orchestra
Artist: Laks / Erdody Chamber Orchestra / Szefcsik
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In 1994, Zsolt Szefcsik founded the ERDODY Chamber Orchestra in Budapest to promote the Hungarian musical heritage and present achievements of contemporary composers. For over 25 years, the ensemble, using Hungarian manuscript collections, has presented over one hundred forgotten pieces. Thanks to this fact, it has become the orchestra that currently boasts the most extensive repertoire of Hungarian music. A large group of works by composers operating in the 18th and 19th centuries has become available only thanks to the concerts of the Erdody Chamber Orchestra. This release, already their third album, released by DUX, includes works of Polish and Hungarian composers active in the 20th century.