Composed by György Vukán after William Shakespeare – The Tempest.
György Vukán was one of the most popular figures in Hungarian music, and very much more than just a supreme jazz pianist. As an organiser and patron, he had done much for universal music: he recently founded the Creative Art Prize which aims to boost the careers of young artists. Vukán was also a supreme master of improvisation and has composed an astonishing amount of music and is still going strong. He died on 12th August 2013.
György Vukán – piano, synth
Elemér Balázs – drums
Krisztián Pecek Lakatos – double bass
|2.||Ariel’s Song (5:19)|
|6.||Nymph’s Dance (3:23)|
|7.||Ferdinand 1. (2:11)|
|8.||Ferdinand 2. (5:07)|