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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Lajkó Félix
Hungary
 
 
Most jöttem… world music

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1.Még azt mondják
2.Verbunk
3.Harangszó
4.Kicsi madár
5.Mi zörög
6.Lassan kocsis
7.Elmegyek
8.Diófa
9.Szivaroztam
10.Most jöttem
11.Román
12.Zeng a szó
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FA 371-2 CD 2016   13.00
 
 
Neked world music

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1.Hiszti
2.Boszorka
3.Festek
4.Göncölszekér
5.Parkoló
6.Szomorkodó vers
7.Neked
8.Zöldségleves
9.Kutyahűség
10.Tenger
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FA 377-2 CD 2016   11.00
 
 
Field
(Mező)
world music

Enlarge this picture! Félix Lajkó - zither
Antal Brasnyó - viola
Michael Kurina - cimbalom
Ferenc Kurina - double bass

1.Csárdás - Csárdás 3:49
2.Mező - Field 3:02
3.Eper - Strawberry 2:48
4.Szellő - Breeze 2:58
5.Cipők - Shoes 2:36
6.Nyár - Summer 3:59
7.Kijárat - Exit 5:54
8.Vasút - Railway 4:32
9.Forgalom - Traffic 6:36
10.Szépség és a szörny - Beauty and the Beast 2:27
11.Bolygó - Planet 1:59
12.Gyár - Factory 3:28
13.Kuvasz - Kuvasz 2:35
14.Hajszál - A strand of hair 2:28
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FA 2832 CD 2013   13.00
 
 
Makovecz Tour - In Memoriam Imre Makovecz
(Makovecz turné - Makovecz Imre emlékére)
world music

Enlarge this picture! Félix Lajkó the violinist from Vojvodina undertook a tour including 9 concerts in 2011 in which he visited special community centres and churches designed by Imre Makovecz from Slovenia to Transylvania. All of these particular buildups are determinative part of the Hungarian architectural heritage, and unique in many respect like the architectural construction, the acoustics and the artistic value as well.
Since Félix came to know the works of Imre Makovecz, he has been enchanted by them because both of their excellent acoustics and the irregular artistic effect of the rooms inspires him to make admirable music.
Stages of the tour were the so called traditional Makovecz buildings like the Onion House in Makó, Community Centre in Sárospatak, the Lendva Theater and churches which can be easily found in international touristic guides: chuches of Paks, Siófok, Százhalombatta, Kolozsvár and Csíkszereda.
This album was recorded at the locations of the tour to be reminiscent of the great architect, Imre Makovecz who died meanwhile at the age of 76.

Félix Lajkó - violin
Antal Brasnyó - viola

1.Nyitány
2.A madárnak
3.Tekintet
4.A repülőnek
5.A gödörből
6.A földön
7.Vigadó
8.„Kék”
9.Busz
10.Ősz
11.A bokorból
12.Az úton
13.Selyem
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FA 266-2 CD 2011   14.00
 
 
From the Bush / Live 2006
(A bokorból / Örömkoncert 2006)
world music

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A bokorból CD
1.Gong
2.Az úton / On The Road
3.1. nap / 1st Day
4.A földön / On Earth
5.Az autóban / In The Car
6.A gödörből / From The Ditch
7.Ebéd után / After Lunch
8.Nyárfák alatt / Under Poplars
9.A bokorból / From The Bush
10.A repülőnek / For The Plane
11.Este / Evening
12.Esett az eső / It Was Raining
13.A madárnak / To The Bird
14.Mesélő / Story Teller
Örömkoncert 2006 DVD
1.Tiszta
2.Pengetős
3.Vigadó
4.Dal
5.Kávés
6.Táncos
7.Lassan kocsis
8.Még azt mondják ...
9.Citera II.
10.Disco Dzumbus
11.Vég
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CDA 005/2 DVD+CD 2009 / 2006   18.00
 
 
Seventh
(Hetedik)
world music

Enlarge this picture! „Felix Lajkó is already not the same Felix Lajkó that he was say two years ago. The explosive energy we are accustomed to is still there in his music, but now he no longer wants to charm his audience with speed and ecstatic outbursts; his music is laced instead with a harmony and poetry that still leaves room for the virtuosic, quick runs. This is something like Jimmy Page playing ’Since I’ve Been Loving You’ on his third album, after ’A Whole Lot of Love’ and ’Immigrant Song’. An instrument’s genius has realized that his virtousity is no longer a secret. He has taken the step beyond exhibitionistic virtousity..... instead of flittering distractedly about on the strings, he has started really playing music (....). So... Felix Lajkó has grown up.
Hopefully he has gone beyond the camp of comet fated geniuses, towards true artistry.” Norbert Haklik, Magyar Nemzet, 11. 09. 2003.

Félix Lajkó - violin
Ferenc Kurina "Vörös" - double bass
Antal Brasnyó - viola

Guest:
Michael Babinchak - cello (1, 4, 8, 11)

1.Bástya / Bastion
2.Az Őr / The Guard
3.Bogár / Bogár
4.Láttam / Accept
5.Eljegyezve / Engaged (Citronynak & Móninak / to Citrony & Móni)
6.Pont / Full Stop
7.Kérés / Request (Laurának / to Laura)
8.Csoda / Miracle
9.A Király / The King
10.Merev / Rigid
11.Válasz / The Answer
12.Ház / House
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CDA 003 CD 2004   15.00
 
 
Lajkó Félix 2002 comprehensive

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1.Sétálni
2.Aludni
3.Indulni
4.Ébredni
5.Hurrá
6.Szeretni
7.Bankot rabolni
8.Szökött ősz
9.Bicikli
10.Habos sziget
11.Danóni
12.Soha
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CDA 002 CD 2002   13.00
 
 
Lajkó Félix és bandája játszik world music

Enlarge this picture! Félix Lajkó - violin, vocal, zither
Ferenc Kurina - double bass
Kurina Michael - cymbal
Károly Varga - viola
Tibor Takács - percussion
Antal Brasnyó - violin
Róbert Ambrus - percussion, Fiat 500
Gojko Alilovic - double bass
Zsolt Kelemen - viola
Henrietta Varga - voice
Endre Vas - violin
Mátyás Lajkó - ostor
Ferenc Csaba - violin
Tünde Ivánovics - vocal
Valentina Kakas - traktor
Ferenc Katkó - voice
Ilona Lajkó - vocal
Kriszta Tokodi - gordonka

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TILOSAZA CD 2001   15.00