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Kormorán
Hungary
 
 
Need to Find a Word
(Kell még egy szó (Uránia 2016.12.16.) (2DVD))
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The recordings of the album were made on December 16, 2016 at the record presentation concert of the album You Can't Be a Stranger at the Urania National Film Theater.

Fehér Nóra
Gáspár Álmos
Karácson Zsolt
Koltay Gergely
Szekeres Zoltán
Szűts István
Vadkerti Imre
Zsoldos Tamás With the

participation of:
Papadimitriu Athina
Deák Bill Gyula

DVD1
1.Árva nemzedék
2.Lámpás emberek
3.Ez a föld az enyém
4.Új idők új dalai
5.Három harang
6.A forrás felé
7.Csillagok, csillagok
8.Elpártolt liliomszál
9.Magyar rapszódia
10.Ki szívét osztja szét
11.Én Istenem
12.Kurán Gergő balladája
13.Ilju haramia
14.Gyere ki te gyöngyvirág
15.Ha meghalok
16.Isten ujja megérintett
17.Három határ
18.Kormoránok tánca
19.Gyere fel este Pataki Mária
20.Jöjj be szobámba
21.Húzd a harangot
22.Adjon az Isten
DVD2
1.Találj mennyországot
2.A lélek kapujában
3.Hatvan csapás
4.Legyen még
5.Csillagok ösvényén
6.Hazádban nem lehetsz idegen
7.Messze a vége
8.Kívánság
9.Légy jó
10.Végítélet
11.Itthon otthon
12.Rongyos huszárok
13.Szerelem, szerelem
14.Karcos litánia
15.Házi áldás
16.Utam
17.Om mani padme hum
18.Menni kell
19.Kell még egy szó
20.Székely himnusz
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KGDVD 2016 DVD 2017   21.00
 
 
You Can’t Be a Stranger in Your Country
(Hazádban nem lehetsz idegen)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! It’s hard to look back on forty years.

It is difficult because remembrance is a very peculiar human feature.

There is something we like to think back on, there is something that beautifies or colors the current memory. In this modern spiritual competition, recollections are written one way or another. In today’s strange world, it’s hard to articulate anything, because today, from the recent or long past, everyone wants to evoke secret negatives destined for restoration in a different way. Nowadays, anyone, if you can, explains! By evoking fictional or real experiences, he proves the revelations of “purity,” “I already said that then,” or “I was born into the world as an incomprehensible prophet. Faces can change incredibly fast. The colored ones fade to gray, and the portraits illuminated by the spotlight show that they were wearing masks.

The album “You Can’t Be a Stranger in Your Country,” this 16-scratch litany, deserves a few accompanying sentences.

Because I remember a lot of things too! To the apartment on Városmajor Street, where a very dear friend of mine, with whom we were still playing tennis at the time, corrected and wrote a few lines on our first music album, or when I recommended an unknown singer for a “special” recording and a composer I respected at the time. These memories are now music history documents, but because the human brain is selective, it just wants to remember what it wants. Others will surely leave other marks on the pages of their own internal chronicle.

It is almost impossible to review forty years, while the Hungarian press, the Hungarian cultural policy, the Hungarian visual media, as well as the public thinking about its forgetfulness and the tastes of the actors have often changed. In forty years, many have turned up in the musical formations of the Cormorant. Many gave it to the common, but many also took some “survival” ammunition with them in their backpacks. Who uses it better, who uses it less.

For example, there was someone who, out of brotherly love and under the influence of the historical and art-historical knowledge nurtured by their parents, embarked on a special path, involuntarily following the everyday life of the band.

In 1985, he demolished a huge prison wall at the National Museum, then created a legend that still lives on King’s Hill. It was raised or dragged by all current political formations, but in the meantime remained a simple, thinking man, the hero of the “folk tales” of our time. The Cormorant owes him his special Christmas album, the apotheosis of the Conquest, a few lines from the moving film about the Holy Crown - which touches many - is now almost a public treasure: Whoever distributes his heart will be the hope.

He remained the eternal hope of the silent majority.

Others have accompanied the Cormorant on its journey for the past forty years. Internationally renowned filmmakers, poets, sculptors, painters, singers, actors, musicians, special - tolerated - artists, journalists, television, radio professionals, sound engineers, technicians (roads) and many tens or hundreds of thousands of “understanding” ears in Hungary and beyond .

The Cormorant's musical revolution was also their personal uprising, because they considered their country, their nation, to be their own. Because they felt in the depths of their hearts and souls, they knew that: You cannot be a stranger in your country.

Many have become strangers in their own country, many think differently, feel differently while listening to a song. They find it difficult to accommodate a scratched litany.

The world is changing much faster than we ever thought. The “re-education” of humanity is ongoing. Everything can be sold in the market these days. There is no value meter, no realistic litmus paper. Robbery and the exploitation of souls are practically free.

The Cormorant remained a “free team” in this confusing world. For a small group of musicians and singers, where a Vojvodina, a Transylvanian, a Highlander, or a Hungarian living on the map after the Trianon decision, feels and feels similarly. Overriding, in a nutshell, evaluations that can be considered professions, perhaps this is the true, moral, musical revolution of the Cormorant.

There are some things I am reluctant to remember from the last forty years. But my memory is not as selective as that of many of my contemporaries. There was everything: collapse, deception, the illusion of lifelong friendships, success, failure, scam, unexpected helping hand, betrayal, naive love, evaporating hatred, sudden anger, and late remorse.

One thing is for sure: God’s finger touched everyone who played or listened to the band’s songs and music. Forty years before 2016, a musical revolution began that he will not remember, will not write about, the survivor of modern, computer-raised, genetically engineered posterity, bright-eyed, worthy of a better fortune. Whoever, once, falls in love, is not looking for emotions on the Internet, maps, who is not looking for the meaning of “faith” from the smart phone, whose red and white-green flag, the nation, the home “words” something touches his soul.

Until then, scientists have not established that such terms do not even exist. It’s just a fiction that only makes slavery and world domination efforts more difficult!

I recommend these few, few-minute songs to my late father (György Koltay, 1916), my mother, my family, my eternal friend: Valter Fülöp (1972-2014), who sent his last poem from his deathbed to the band. To the all-time musicians of the Cormorant who are among us, and to those who are already playing in a band in heaven, and to many of my compatriots who love, understand, or understand our songs and who will never be strangers in their homeland.

Gergely Koltay

October 2016

Nóra Fehér
Gáspár Sleepy
Christmas Zsolt
Koltay Gergely
Szekeres Zoltán
Szűts István
Vadkerti Imre
Zsoldos Tamás With the

featuring:
Fábián Zoltán
Kovács Ferenc "Öcsi"
Sipeki Zoltán
Deák Bill Gyula
Horváth Charlie
Papadimitriu Athina
Szulák Andrea
Varga Miklós
Vikidál Gyula
Szűts Norbert
Róka Szabolcs

1.Hazádban nem lehetsz idegen
2.Messze még
3.Házi áldás
4.Légy jó
5.Végítélet
6.Ahogy találkoztunk
7.Kívánság
8.Itthon, otthon
9.Szerelem, szerelem
10.Karcos litániák
11.Találj mennyországot
12.Szükségem van rád
13.Rongyos huszárok
14.Utam
15.Legyen béke
16.Árva nemzedék
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KG 2016/6 CD 2016   13.00
 
 
Adventi koncert 2016 folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The recordings were made on December 18, 2016 at the Újpest Youth House.

Fehér Nóra
Gáspár Álmos
Karácson Zsolt
Koltay Gergely
Szekeres Zoltán
Szűts István
Vadkerti Imre
Zsoldos Tamás With the

participation of:
Papadimitriu Athina
Koltay Kurszán
Szűts Norbert

1.Quo Vadis Domine
2.Lámpás emberek
3.Ez a föld az enyém
4.A forrás felé
5.Csillagok, csillagok
6.Ki szívét osztja szét
7.Ilju haramia
8.Ha meghalok
9.Isten ujja megérintett
10.Én Istenem
11.Adjon az Isten
12.Világok világa Magyarország
13.Húzd a harangot
14.Om Mani Padme Hum
15.Menni kell
16.Kell még egy szó
17.Rólad szól ez a dal
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KG 2016/4 CD 2016   13.00
 
 
Book of Secrets
(Titkok könyve)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! Those who like the band, who are marked by the names of Imre Vadkerti and Nóra Fehér, can enjoy another Cormorant record. The soundtrack, published as the Book of Secrets, contains thirteen new songs and a adaptation by Tamás Cseh.

White Nora - of
Gaspar Sleepy - violin
Karácson Ps - drums
Koltay Gergely - wind instruments, vocals
Zoltán Szekeres - guitar
Szűts Stephen - keyboards, vocals
Vadkerti Imre - to
Mercenary Thomas - bass

Featuring:
Zoltan Fabian
Bela Gyenes
Zoltan Sipeki
Nicholas Borhi
Koltay Kursk
Koltay Sólyom
Szűts Norbert
Csáthy Miklós
István Palotai
Zoltán Varga

1.Overture 2015
2.Titkok könyve
3.A töreki csend
4.Engesztelő ének
5.A csend hangjait lassan megértem
6.Maradj ember
7.Búcsú
8.Ez Erdély
9.Áldás fényesség
10.Üzenet a senkiknek
11.Hazád visszavár
12.A béke szigete
13.Aki mindent elintézett
14.Ten Years After
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KG 2015 CD 2015   13.00
 
 
Lantern People - Compilation 2010-2015
(Lámpás emberek - válogatás (2010-2015))
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! “In 2010, the world turned upside down around the Cormorant. Five years have passed and time has proved to be a good decision. The band's many formations have been formed, in which you can once again feel the light, the joy of the music, wherever the band is playing. Let it be the small village festival, let there be a sports arena, let there be a house of culture, Kossuth Square, let it rain, let it be nearly forty degrees warm, the team is right. Our community of eight was accepted, raised by the audience. They loved the voice of Nóri Fehér from Moholi (Vojvodina), the personality of Imre Vadkeri from Guta (Highlands) is especially loving. The family now includes the foolish Zoli Szekeres, who replaced Arnold. Zsolt Karácson, who commutes between Szeged, Odorheiu Secuiesc and Budapest to be present at concerts. The hard core of the Cormorant: István Szűts, Álmos Gáspár and Tamás Zsoldos do their job, they continue to build the church, for which from 1976 onwards sixty musicians chanted the stones. Everyone added their own bricks. Our old fellow musicians formed bands. Cormorant songs are sung all over the world, used for fireworks, weddings, movies, commercials, theatrical performances (emberek) The Lantern People is a selection of works from the last five years and some gifts we lovingly present a year before our fortieth birthday.
I wholeheartedly recommend this album to the “Lantern People”, the Circle of Friends who have stood by us or those who are now familiar with the days of the past five years - full of joys, happy moments, smiles, successes, suffering and pain - that we have experienced together. . ” Koltay Greg

White Nora, Gaspar sleepy, Karachi Zsolt Gergely Koltai, Zoltán Szekeres, Szűts Istvan Imre Vadkerti Tamas Zsoldos

With:
Antoni Arnold, Zoltán Fábián, Lajos Hollókői, Balázs Nagy, Sándor Balogh, Mr. Basary, Erika Géczi, Reni Tóth, Sándor Herpai, László Nagy, Miklós Szabó, Kálmán Kovács, András Sütő, József Ferencz, Kurszán Koltay, Deák Bill József Margit, Tibor Pintér, Zoltán Sipeki, Miklós Csáthy, István Palotai, Zoltán Varga, Csaba Erdei, Gabi Hegyesi, Ottó Rácz, Gábor Varga, Katalin Bahil, Zoltán Kökényesi, István Trejer, Rita Vadász, László Pipos, , Máté Balogh, the Hungarian Radio and the MÁV Symphony Orchestra

1.Lámpás emberek
2.Légy nekem a szabadság
3.Ki szívét osztja szét
4.Ne hajtsd messze a ménest
5.Fehér fény
6.Kell még egy szó
7.Angyalok éneke
8.Engesztelő ének
9.Isten ujja megérintett
10.Kurán Gergő balladája
11.A nemzet szolgálatában
12.Vadkert fehérben
13.Szeress engem
14.Engedj magadhoz
15.A hazafi
16.Táltosok fiai
17.Rólad szól ez a dal
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KG 2015/2 CD 2015   13.00
 
 
Torockó June 6, 2015 CD
(Torockó 2015. június 6. CD)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The recordings of the album were made on June 6, 2015 at a concert in Torockó, Transylvania.

Fehér Nóra
Gáspár Álmos
Karácson Zsolt
Koltay Gergely
Margit József
Szekeres Zoltán
Szűts István
Vadkerti Imre

1.Ez a föld az enyém
2.Angyalok éneke
3.A forrás felé
4.Csillagok
5.Magyar rapszódia
6.Ki szívét osztja szét
7.Gyere ki te gyöngyvirág
8.Zöld szemű rózsa
9.Ha meghalok
10.Isten ujja megérintett
11.Nemzeti dal
12.Volt apám, volt anyám
13.Három határ
14.Elpártolt liliomszál
15.Húzd a harangot
16.Om Mani Padme Hum
17.Menni kell
18.Kell még egy szó
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KG 2015/3 CD 2015   13.00
 
 
Give It To Yourself
(Engedj magadhoz)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! This studio album of Kormorán was released in 2014.

Antoni Arnold
Gáspár Álmos
Fehér Nóra
Karácson Zsolt
Koltay Gergely
Szűts István
Vadkerti Imre
Zsoldos Tamás
Fábián Zoltán

Contributor:
Horváth Charlie
Demjén Ferenc
Miklós Varga

1.Hol a szó
2.Éjjel három után
3.Engedj magadhoz
4.A hetedik év
5.Beának
6.Ugye eljössz
7.Milyenek voltunk régen
8.A peronon
9.Egy levél
10.Ha elmegyek
11.Szeress engem
12.Ébredni kellene még
13.Vihar előtt, vihar után
14.Jöjjetek énhozzám mindnyájan
15.Várj meg
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KG 2014/1 CD 2014   13.00
 
 
Songs of Angels
(Angyalok énekei CD)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! In recent years, members of the Kormorán have been writing modern, special music that continues to feed on the archaic folk music of the Carpathian Basin and, in some places, the Balkans, and, very importantly, the band also shows the way to the younger generation with their lyrics presenting the fate of the Hungarians: it is possible to play national rock music, which is a demanding, retaining force.

The special feature of the album entitled Songs of Angels is that the symphony orchestral contribution (Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, MÁV Symphony Orchestra) enriches the sound world of the songs with a new color.

Antoni Arnold - guitar
Gáspár Álmos - violin
Nóra Fehér - vocals
Gergely Koltay - wind instruments
Zsolt Karácson - drums
Stephen Szűts - keyboards
Imre Vadkerti - to
Mercenary Thomas - bass

Featuring:
Miklos Varga
István Palotai
Zoltán Varga Mexi
Csaba Erdei
Miklós Csáthy
Hegyesi Gabi
Nagy Balázs
Rácz Otto
Gabor Varga
Katalin Bahil
Zoltan Kökényesi
Stephen Trejer
Hunter Rita
Peter Emmer
Sipos David
Kovács László
Balogh Máté
Kalapács József
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
MÁV Symphony Orchestra

1.Angyalok énekei
2.A szeretet útján
3.Fohász a nemzetért
4.Pilisszántó
5.A szív hídjai
6.Betyárdal
7.Összegyűlnek álmaink
8.Árad a víz
9.Így választottam
10.Sikolyok
11.Ölelj át még egyszer
12.Lehelj rám jégvirágot
13.Requiem in Memoriam László Varsányi
14.Nem tudom neved
15.Elpártolt liliomszál
16.Kék sólyom
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KG 2013 CD 2013   13.00
 
 
On the Way of our Dreams - Gergely Koltay's film music
(Álmaink útján - Koltay Gergely filmzenéje)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! We are born, we grow up, we try all our lives. We try to furnish our lives well, comfortably and perhaps meaningfully. We learn good, we learn bad. We work because we have to live. We work because we want to express our world. Moreover, we want to change it, make it more beautiful, better. In the ’60s of the last century (but strange to say this), world-conscious people believed - rhyming with the intentions of the previous generation - that we would turn the whole world for tomorrow. Well, it got turbulent around us, but the world didn’t get any better. Today they are just as rich and poor, life is as precarious, lying and hypocritical as it used to be. They say it is better for us then, because there is no war today, there is peace. Yes, we are a peaceful generation, avoided by bombs for the time being (falling a lot elsewhere), but all the more destructive to our feelings, our thoughts, perhaps our whole being, is the daily spiritual and spiritual destruction that weakens us from within like a worm, and then the first wind knocks us off our feet. Our relationships, our friendships, our loves, our families fall apart so that with a community that once fell on its atoms, we can start what the current powers want to do with us. To despise the former dreamers of being submissive, vulnerable, is to do with us, as a weak-willed, unsupervised and immoral living being, what is in their best interests. The goal is to push us into the line of spiritual slavery, since we are already in the physical sense. We work for the slaveholder, keeping us at the subsistence level so we can robotize the next day as well. And we don't care about tomorrow, the things of the world, they will settle for us, on our behalf. This is modern democracy, more precisely, it has become such in the 21st century. century. The minority decides what is good for you, me, the majority, what to love. The bamboo crowd stuffs her belly in front of the TV, living from tomorrow to the moment she has given up in her soul. But that’s not true either, since he didn’t give up, as he no longer knows what he would have to keep in order to have something to give up. Well, that’s what this imaginary film is about, which may or may not come true. Its protagonist is a world-conscious young girl who receives her memoirs from her father before her death. Which is not an ordinary biography, but a string of descriptions of events, events, thoughts of people, friends, peers. A compilation whose episodes the writer had collected all his life because he felt that the combination of them accurately expressed the age, the relationships between people.
he wants to know the venues of the events, so all that was of value to his father. He walks in Transylvania, in the Highlands, gets to Vojvodina, gets to know Transcarpathia, and of course discovers the little Hungary he knew he knew. This story is maybe mine, maybe a little different, for all those who have gone through the past decades. With broken parts of the country, broken relationships, little heroism and big betrayals, big loves and little happiness.
Finally, a question. Is this a sad movie? The answer is a clear no. This film is about love, understanding, a lifelong struggle of konok, the intention to change the world. About the only meaningful human example worth living for. Because the world can be made more beautiful and better. Even if from a bottom view this seems hopeless. So get up, dear musician, open your heart, your soul, to see from there from above, through your dreams, you see: there is hope.
The songs, poems and lyrics on the album are thematically related to the film, but perhaps on their own they evoke the sense of life of our generation in peace. Koltay Gregory

Arnold Antoni
White Nora
Zsolt Karácson
Koltay Gregory
Gaspar Sleepy
Stephen Szűts
Imre Vadkerti
Tamas Zsoldos

Gyula Deák Bill
Demjén Ferenc
Horváth Charlie
Miklos Varga

Gyula Benko
Peter Benko
Ferenc Bessenyei
Farkasinszky Edit
Béla Halmos
Géza Hegedűs D.
SELMECZI Roland
Imre Sinkovits
Sándor Szabó
Cook Alexander

Csurgai Attila
Zoltan Fabian
White Adrien
Géczi Erika
Gabi Jobba
Jonas Andrea
Gabor Kiss
Papadimitriu Grigorisz
Sipeki Zoltán
Szabó Miklós
Szunyogh Xavér
Tóth Renáta

1.Weöres Sándor - Holdfényt vetettem (archív felvétel)
2.Kurán Gergő balladája
3.A híd (részlet „A szeretet hídja” című zenés játékból)
4.Álmaink útján
5.Mécs László - A királyfi három bánata
6.Utolsó küldetés (Christoph Junker emlékére)
7.Ő volt
8.Nagyapám, Pantol Márton
9.Tavasz
10.Reményik Zsigmond – Atyai ház
11.Ha messze mész
12.Nem magamért kiáltok
13.Démonok jönnek
14.Kara Sándor balladája
15.Gyurkó László - A tűzmadár
16.Magyar ballada
17.Könnyes blues
18.Piéta
19.Kinek nem jó itt lenn lakni (In memoriam Halmos Béla)
20.Wass Albert - Előhang
21.Mondd, gondolsz-e rám?
22.Folytassátok holnap
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KG 2013/2 CD 2013   13.00
 
 
Christmas Concert 2013
(Karácsonyi koncert 2013)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! Before Christmas 2013, the Kormorán ensemble gave an exclusive concert about love, solidarity, mutual respect, human dignity, the cohesive power of the community, and the importance of cross-border togetherness.

Koltay Gergely
Gáspár Álmos
Vadkerti Imre
Fehér Nóra
At Christmas Zsolt
Antoni Arnold
Szűts István
Zsoldos Tamás

1.A forrás felé
2.Csillagok, csillagok
3.Magyar rapszódia
4.Ki szívét osztja szét
5.Én Istenem
6.Húzd a harangot
7.Elpártolt liliomszál
8.Ez a föld az enyém
9.Isten ujja
10.Angyalok éneke
11.Om Mani Padme Hum
12.Menni kell
13.Kell még egy szó
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KGDVD 2013/2 DVD 2013   14.00
 
 
Exclusive 60th Birthday Concert of KOLTAY Gergely
(Ki szívét osztja szét - exkluzív születésnapi koncert a 60 éves Koltay Gergely tiszteletére)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! Gergely Koltay celebrated his 60th birthday on June 2, 2012 at a concert at the Urania National Film Theater. The best-known songs of Kormorán were performed during the time travel reminiscent of the last 36 years, and the musicians of the previous formations performed. The founder of the Hungarian folk-rock genre, the leader of the Kormorán ensemble, together with his fellow musicians and friends, he presented his loyal audience with a fantastic evening.

Imre Vadkerti - vocals
Nóra Fehér - vocals
Gergely Koltay - flute
Álmos Gáspár - violin
Antoni Arnold - guitar
Sándor Herpai - drums
Tamás Zsoldos - bass guitar
István Szűts - keyboards

Participants:
József Margit - vocals, bass guitar
Szilveszter Jenei - vocals, guitar
Zoltán Miller - vocals
József Kalapács - vocals
Gyula Deák Bill - vocals
Kurszán Koltay

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KGDVD 2012 DVD 2013   14.00
 
 
Wild Garden in White
(Vadkert fehérben)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The new Kormorán album is perhaps one of the band’s most mature music albums. The use of the names of Imre Vadkerti from the Highlands and Nóra Fehér from Vojvodina is a pun, but it also has a deeper symbolic content. We live in a wild garden, but we still have to stay clean in this chaotic world, that is, white.
What makes the album special is Antoni Arnold’s guitar playing. The rhythm section consists of Tamás Zsoldos (bass guitar) and Sándor Herpai (drums), as they have been playing together in the Barbaro ensemble for several years. Gergely Koltay and István Szűts record the songs, supplemented by Nóra Fehér. At the end of the album, Károly Gesztesi contributes a prose text to the commemoration of Albert Wass Czegei. As the founder of the 36-year-old band stated in a newspaper, “the band represents the whole Hungarians in a strange way, as a musician from Vojvodina and a musician from Transylvania are on stage”, and perhaps this is why the new album is special. Vadkert in White is the band's 152nd album, which is a real record in Hungarian music life.

Gergely Koltay
Nóra Fehér
Vadkerti Imre
Szűts István
Antoni Arnold
Tamás Zsoldos
Herpai Sándor
Gáspár Álmos

1.Vadkert fehérben
2.Egyszer egy ember
3.Vissza
4.Van egy kicsiny kunyhó
5.Ne menj el
6.Nézz szemembe
7.Ne hajtsd messze a ménest!
8.Nóra tánca
9.Úgy hiszem
10.Egy madár
11.Lesz egyszer
12.Elölről kell kezdeni
13.Üzenet in memoriam W.A.
14.Ide valami kéne
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HCD 71265 CD 2012   14.00
 
 
Live 22.12.2009
(Mennyből az angyal - koncert 2009.12.22.)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! "On December 22, 2009, the Hungarian Heritage Award-winning Kormorán, gave a large-scale Christmas concert. The concert, which is always a special musical experience, was unusually hosted by the patinated Budapest Grand Circus. This evening, evoking Advent, Kormorán in collaboration with the outstanding stars of Hungarian musical life, Zoltán Miller, Lilla Polyák, Zsolt Homonnay, Niki Gallusz and Vivien Bodnár, as well as the Felvidék Rock Theater, performed the band's favorite songs together with the dancers of the Sirülő Dance Ensemble and the Félegyházi Dance Theater."

Gáspár Álmos - violin
Erika Géczi - vocals
Koltay Gergely - flute, vocals
Mr. Basary - vocals
Laszlo Nagy - drums
Miklos Szabo - guitar
Stephen Szűts - keyboards
Tóth Renáta - vocals
Mercenary Thomas - bass

Featuring:
Vivien Bodnar
Laszlo csurka
Gyula Deák Bill
Gallusz Nikolett
Zsolt Homonnay
Koltay Kursk
Zoltán Miller
Polyak Lilla

Henry and Angel Ayala - clown and rope dancer
Kristóf Krisztián - juggler
Arkadiy Gareginyan - camel pendant
The youth of Hungarian circus art Áza
Kasza Dance Theater

1.A gladiátorok bevonulása
2.A forrás felé
3.Csillagok, csillagok
4.Farkasok éneke
5.Ki szívét osztja szét
6.Húzd a harangot
7.Henry és Angel Ayala - kötéltáncosok
8.Quo Vadis Domine
9.Hét év után
10.Maradunk
11.Áron imája
12.Térdelek előtted
13.Kristóf Krisztián - zsonglőr
14.Menni kell
15.Csak egyszer úgy legyen
16.Legyen még
17.Magyar rapszódia
18.Henry Ayala - bohóc
19.Fantasie Impromtu Op.66.
20.Fogom kezed
21.A szeretet az egyetlen
22.Kristóf Krisztián - zsonglőr
23.Csillagvándor
24.Szeretnélek egyszer
25.Henry Ayala - bohóc
26.Moldvai tánc - Kasza Ákos Táncszínház
27.Karácsony felé
28.Betlehemi királyok
29.Nyájhívogató
30.Mennyből az angyal
31.Miatyánk
32.Kell még egy szó
33.Világok világa Magyarország
34.Álmodj álmot álmodót
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KORMDVD 2 DVD 2010   14.00
 
 
Song of the Wolves - Live
(Farkasok éneke - 2008.12.20. Körcsarnok)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! On December 20, 2008, Kormorán gave a large-scale concert in honor of Christmas in the Circle Hall, which also provided an opportunity to present the album Song of the Wolves.

Álmos Gaspar - violin
Erika Géczi - vocals, acoustic guitar
Gergely Koltay - Wind Instruments
Mr. Basary - vocals, harmonica
Laszlo Nagy - drums
Miklos Szabo - guitar
István Szűts - keyboards
Renáta Tóth - vocals, drums
Tamás Zsoldos - bass

Featuring:
Thomas Ángyán - guitar
Koltay Kurszán - synthesizer
Norbert Szűts - bass guitar

1.Világok világa, Magyarország
2.Negyvenhárom hónap
3.Himnuszok rossz időkben
4.Magyar rapszódia
5.A látó ember
6.Harminc év
7.Valami kell
8.Legyen már elég
9.A jel
10.Világok világa, Magyarország
11.Isten ujja megérintett
12.Kalotaszegi hajnali zsoltár
13.Ki szívét osztja szét
14.Három határ
15.Őrizz meg engem
16.Varázslat
17.Egy színész emlékére
18.Az erdő elindul
19.Szeretnélek egyszer
20.Reménység temploma
21.Om mani padme hum
22.Záróvers
23.Kell még egy szó
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MI 2009011 DVD 2009   16.00
 
 
Memories
(Emlékek)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! For this album, members of the Kormorán Circle of Friends selected songs from more than sixty soundtracks, concert recordings, film music, rock operas, songs by actors, pop and blues singers. The recordings were made in 2005 with the current Kormorán line-up (Álmos Gáspár, Erika Géczi, Gergely Koltay, Mr Basary, László Nagy, Miklós Szabó, István Szűts, Renáta Tóth, Tamás Zsoldos).

1.Zöld szemű rózsa
2.Pokolra mentek a dudások
3.Jöjj be szobámba
4.Add nekem
5.Meddig várjunk
6.Ha meghalok
7.Fehérlófia Isten szülötte
8.Bujdosni is tudó szegénylegény éneke
9.Hét év után
10.Elmenni messze
11.A gólyához
12.Záróvers
13.Miatyánk
14.Ha messze mész
15.A reménység temploma
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BGCD 161 CD 2006   12.00
 
 
Girl Dressed in the Sun
(Napba öltözött leány)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The more than two-hour rock opera is nothing more than a ballad about a Szekler girl, about truth, about freedom, about a man fighting against a tyrant. The premiere of the play took place on July 1, 2006 in Csíksomlyó, Transylvania, as part of the "Thousand Szekler Girls" ceremony.

Mary Vivien Bodnar
Aaron: Zoltán Miller
Anna Varga, Susan
Stephen Miklos Varga
Márton Gyula Vikidál
Janus: Hammer Jozsef
Ambrus: Paul Makrai
Matthew: Csengery Attila
Mikes: Mr. Basary
Revelation: Katalin Pitti

Kormorán
Komárom Magyarock Song-Theater
Csalló Folk Dance Ensemble
Highland Rock Theater Dance faculty
400 contributors from Miercurea Ciuc and the surrounding area
50 Szekler riders

1.Napköszöntõ
2.Az esztenán
3.A város szélén
4.Kérés
5.Álom
6.Révület
7.Lánykérés
8.Vallomás
9.A gyűlés
10.Áron imája
11.Találkozás
12.Az árulás
13.Testvérek
14.Anna halála
15.Parancs
16.Az eskü
17.Mária imája
18.Jelenés
19.Csata
20.Hálaadó körmenet
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2006/BS3 DVD 2006   15.00
 
 
In Memoriam Sándor Kőrösi Csoma
(Székelyek szentje - Etűdök Kőrösi Csoma Sándor emlékére)
progressive world music world music

Enlarge this picture! With this instrumental album, the band commemorates Sándor Kőrösi Csoma, "the Hungarian hermit of the Himalayas".

Gergely Koltay - Turkish whistle, flute, flutes
Renáta Tóth - sounds
Erika Géczi - sounds
Mr. Basary - sounds
Miklós Szabó - guitars
Tamás Zsoldos - bass guitar
László Nagy - drums

Featuring:
Lajos Hollókői - bagpipe, tarogato
Balázs Nagy - hurdy-gurdy

1.Csomakőrösi csillagok (4:57)
2.A nagyenyedi szolgadiák (3:56)
3.Egyetem Göttingenben (1:26)
4.A Vöröstoronyi szorosban (4:38)
5.A székelyek szentje (4:47)
6.A vándor (6:12)
7.Zangla kapujában (3:51)
8.A phouktáli kolostorban (7:30)
9.Dzsungária álma (2:33)
10.A mocsárban (5:04)
11.Az örökkévalóság ösvényén (5:36)
12.A Himalája magyar remetéje (4:32)
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BGCD 162 CD 2005   12.00
 
 
Magyarnak számkivetve CD folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The album was made on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Attila József's birth on the Hungarian Freedom Day, June 25, 2005 in Gödöllő.

Gergely Koltay - flute, Turkish pipe, vocal
Erika Géczi - vocals, acoustic guitar
Renáta Tóth - vocals
Mr. Basary vocals
Álmos Gaspar- violin
Miklos Szabo guitar, vocals
István Szűts keyboards, vocals
Tamás Zsoldos - bass
Laszlo Nagy - drums

With:
József Kalapács - singing (3, 7)
Miklós Varga - singing (5, 17)
Anna Götz - singing (9)
Klári Varga - singing (11)
Ferenc Sebő - singing (13, 19)
Péter Forgács - singing (15)

1.Születésnapomra
2.Nyitány
3.Tiszta szívvel
4.Keresek valakit
5.Névnapi dicséret
6.Gyermekké tettél
7.Mikor az uccán
8.Óda
9.Tószunnyadó
10.Töredék
11.Áldalak búval, vígalommal
12.A Dunánál
13.Rejtelmek
14.Karóval jöttél
15.Tedd a kezed
16.Hazám
17.Íme hát
18.Requiem
19.A hetedik
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SZTCD 2005 CD 2005   15.00
 
 
Magyarnak számkivetve DVD folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The album was made on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Attila József's birth on the Hungarian Freedom Day, June 25, 2005 in Gödöllő.

Gergely Koltay - flute, Turkish pipe, vocal
Erika Géczi - vocals, acoustic guitar
Renáta Tóth - vocals
Mr. Basary vocals
Álmos Gaspar- violin
Miklos Szabo guitar, vocals
István Szűts keyboards, vocals
Tamás Zsoldos - bass
Laszlo Nagy - drums

With:
József Kalapács - singing (3, 7)
Miklós Varga - singing (5, 17)
Anna Götz - singing (9)
Klári Varga - singing (11)
Ferenc Sebő - singing (13, 19)
Péter Forgács - singing (15)

1.Születésnapomra
2.Nyitány (instrumentális)
3.Tiszta szívvel
4.Keresek valakit
5.Névnapi dicséret
6.Gyermekké tettél
7.Mikor az uccán
8.Óda
9.Tószunnyadó
10.Töredék
11.Áldalak búval, vígalommal
12.A Dunánál
13.Rejtelmek
14.Karóval jöttél
15.Tedd a kezed
16.Hazám
17.Íme hát
18.Requiem
19.A hetedik
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SZTDVD DVD 2005   17.00
 
 
The Crucified - Csíksomlyó 2005 DVD
(A megfeszített - Csíksomlyó 2005 DVD)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! Through the struggle between Good and Evil, the rock opera seeks the answer to the question of what human intentions and moral values ​​can be contrasted with the processes aimed at the spiritual, moral crippling of humanity in our time. The Crucified’s response is that only the power of love and forgiveness represented by the Master can bring light into our lives and drive out the darkness of Mammon’s rule. The piece draws attention to the fact that a nation that has lost its roots, its identity, can only realize itself, it can change the world only if it finds its way back to its original values, to the spiritual-thought-historical pillars without which it drifts in uncertainty. In 2005, the production crossed the Trianon border for its Transylvanian performance in a sacred location at the Csíksomlyó triple altar.

Miklós Varga - Master
József Kalapács - Director
Klári Varga - Girl
Pál Makrai - Traitor

Young people and riders from Hungary and Transylvania contributed to the creation of the production.

1.Az ünnep
2.A mester
3.Az áldozat
4.Az ima
5.Mi Atyánk
6.A hatalom
7.A történet
8.A vezér
9.A kiképzés
10.A bűn
11.Az áruló
12.A szeretet himnusza
13.Az egyetlen út
14.Az utolsó vacsora
15.A búcsú
16.A tanítványok
17.A megbánás
18.Az olajfák hegyén
19.A keresztút
20.Az angyali üdvözlet
21.A megfeszített
22.A magyar golgota
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SZTDVD 2005/2 DVD 2005   16.00
 
 
Válaszúton - Hommage a Wass Albert folk rock

Enlarge this picture! This album is dedicated to that transylvanian poet and writer, Count Czegei Albert Wass, whose life work is as great as the other more famous authors’ like Áron Tamási, József Nyírő, Sándor Reményik, Mór Jókai… Album was recorded at Gödöllő, on „the Day of Hungarian Culture”, 26 June 2004. You can listen to his most beautiful and well-known poems and short novels (Dalol a honvágy, A bújdosó imája, Fenyő a hegytetőn, A láthatatlan lobogó, Üzenet haza…) performed by the Kormorán and famous Hungarian actors and singers like Enikő Détár, Anna Götz, József Kalapács, Pál Oberfrank, Károly Rékasi, Roland Selmeczi, Imre Sipos, Klári Varga and Miklós Varga. There are a few archive recordings on the album and two poems from Sándor Reményik and Alajos Kannás.

Álmos Gáspár – violin
Erika Géczi – vocal
Gergely Koltay – flute, vocal
Mr. Basary - vocal
László Nagy - drums
Miklós Szabó - guitar
István Szűts – keyboards
Renáta Tóth - vocal
Tamás Zsoldos - bass

1.I.M. Gróf Czegei Wass Albert - 1998.február 27. Astor Park, Florida (2:59)
2.Ha visszatérek (3:25)
3.Reményik Sándor - Eredj, ha tudsz - részlet (3:45)
4.Tizenegy esztendős voltam (1:33)
5.Dalol a honvágy (3:15)
6.Adjátok vissza a hegyeimet (2:54)
7.Hontalanság hitvallása (2:57)
8.Éjféli hangulat (0:55)
9.A bújdosó imája (6:47)
10.Házsongárdi temetőben (3:44)
11.Kereszt a faluvégen (1:19)
12.Véren vett ország (3:28)
13.Miatyánk (1:40)
14.Fenyő a hegytetőn (2:59)
15.Jönnek... (4:05)
16.A láthatatlan lobogó (4:09)
17.Ébredj magyar! (1:15)
18.Záróvers (4:12)
19.Előhang (2:13)
20.Kannás Alajos - Kitaszított (1:02)
21.Üzenet haza (9:07)
22.Gondolattöredék - Wass Albert hangja archív felvételről – San Francisco, 1967 (1:19)
23.Reményik Sándor - Ha nem lesz többé iskolánk (2:18)
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SZTDVD 2004/1 DVD 2004   14.00
 
 
Istenem magyar volt, szóljon aki látta folk rock

Enlarge this picture! Edited by the Kormorán Fan Club from over 60 albums, concert recordings, film soundtracks, rock operas and other rare songs. Recorded in 2001 and 2003 with the current Kormoran line up (Álmos Gáspár, Erika Géczi, Gergely Koltay, Mr Basary, László Nagy, Miklós Szabó, István Szűts, Renáta Tóth, Tamás Zsoldos).

1.Húzd a harangot
2.Adjon az Isten
3.Ne sírj
4.Gyere ki te gyöngyvirág
5.Három határ
6.1920 / Volt apám, volt anyám
7.Magyar rapszódia
8.Három harang
9.Kedvesem
10.Kurán Gergő balladája
11.Ki szívét osztja szét
12.Magyar Golgota
13.Táltosok fiai
14.A csend partján
15.Szóljon, aki látta
16.Kell még egy szó
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BGCD 135 CD 2004   12.00
 
 
Szkafander folk rock

Enlarge this picture! On this album Kormorán band adapted a short novel by Gyula Hernádi. The tragic love story can be heard on the beginning of the album by actor, Pál Oberfrank, and also at the end of the CD by Gyula Hernádi, the author itself. The music is mostly instrumental, only the songs ’Most és mindörökké’, ’Útszéli krisztusok’ and ’Lámpás emberek’ contain vocals. The words of Gergely Koltay are certainly inspirated by the mentioned story. Many folk instruments – like töröksíp or fiddle - are used on this long-awaited album, so it sounds like Kormorán in the seventies, when the band reached their first success in foreign countries. Edit Farkasinszky also appears on this album.

Álmos Gáspár – violin
Erika Géczi – vocal
Gergely Koltay – flute, vocal
Mr. Basary - vocal
László Nagy - drums
Miklós Szabó - guitar
István Szűts – keyboards
Renáta Tóth - vocal
Tamás Zsoldos - bass

1.A történet (3:30)
2.Úton a mélybe (4:06)
3.A Föld középpontjában (4:19)
4.Tűztánc (3:30)
5.A tudós és a lány (4:47)
6.Útszéli Krisztusok (2:57)
7.Szerelem a tűzben (4:33)
8.Jelek (4:12)
9.A Tűzlány álma (3:36)
10.Vágyakozás (4:24)
11.Most és mindörökké (2:09)
12.Vissza a földre (3:35)
13.A tenger partján (1:58)
14.Lámpás emberek (4:06)
15.Szkafander (2:13)
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2004/2 KGBT CD 2004   15.00
 
 
Válaszúton - Hommage a Wass Albert folk rock

Enlarge this picture! This album is dedicated to that transylvanian poet and writer, Count Czegei Albert Wass, whose life work is as great as the other more famous authors’ like Áron Tamási, József Nyírő, Sándor Reményik, Mór Jókai… Album was recorded at Gödöllő, on „the Day of Hungarian Culture”, 26 June 2004. You can listen to his most beautiful and well-known poems and short novels (Dalol a honvágy, A bújdosó imája, Fenyő a hegytetőn, A láthatatlan lobogó, Üzenet haza…) performed by the Kormorán and famous Hungarian actors and singers like Enikő Détár, Anna Götz, József Kalapács, Pál Oberfrank, Károly Rékasi, Roland Selmeczi, Imre Sipos, Klári Varga and Miklós Varga. There are a few archive recordings on the album and two poems from Sándor Reményik and Alajos Kannás.

Álmos Gáspár – violin
Erika Géczi – vocal
Gergely Koltay – flute, vocal
Mr. Basary - vocal
László Nagy - drums
Miklós Szabó - guitar
István Szűts – keyboards
Renáta Tóth - vocal
Tamás Zsoldos - bass

1.I.M. Gróf Czegei Wass Albert - 1998.február 27. Astor Park, Florida (2:59)
2.Ha visszatérek (3:25)
3.Reményik Sándor - Eredj, ha tudsz - részlet (3:45)
4.Tizenegy esztendős voltam (1:33)
5.Dalol a honvágy (3:15)
6.Adjátok vissza a hegyeimet (2:54)
7.Hontalanság hitvallása (2:57)
8.Éjféli hangulat (0:55)
9.A bújdosó imája (6:47)
10.Házsongárdi temetőben (3:44)
11.Kereszt a faluvégen (1:19)
12.Véren vett ország (3:28)
13.Miatyánk (1:40)
14.Fenyő a hegytetőn (2:59)
15.Jönnek... (4:05)
16.A láthatatlan lobogó (4:09)
17.Ébredj magyar! (1:15)
18.Záróvers (4:12)
19.Előhang (2:13)
20.Kannás Alajos - Kitaszított (1:02)
21.Üzenet haza (9:07)
22.Gondolattöredék - Wass Albert hangja archív felvételről – San Francisco, 1967 (1:19)
23.Reményik Sándor - Ha nem lesz többé iskolánk (2:18)
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SZTCD 2004/1 CD 2004   15.00
 
 
Hungarian Passion
(Magyar Passió)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! The premiere of the Hungarian Passion took place on June 24, 2000, on the Hungarian Freedom Day, in Gödöllő. Kormorán musicalized the poems and thoughts of Sándor Reményik, Albert Wass, Mihály Babits, Mari Jászai, Endre Ady, Count Gyula Andrássy, Count Albert Apponyi, Attila József, Gyula Illyés, József Antall, László Tőkés, Gyula Somogyváry, Sándor Márai, Károly Kós, Sándor Hevesi.

Violin - Gaspar Sleepy
Erika Géczi - vocals
Koltay Gergely - flute, vocals
Mr. Basary - vocals
Laszlo Nagy - drums
Miklos Szabo - guitar
Szűts Stephen - keyboards
Tóth Renáta - vocals
Tamas Zsoldos - bass

Featuring:
Miklos Varga
Gyula Vikidál
Moór Marianna
Koncz Gábor
Varga Klári
Gesztesi Károly
Oberfrank Pál
Szélyes Imre
Czikéli László
Farkasinszky Edit
Wohlmuth István
Bicskey Lukács
Vizy György
Makrai Pál
Jenei New Year's Eve
Margit József

1.Reményik Sándor - Eredj, ha tudsz (3:44)
2.Hosanna In Excelsis Deo (2:41)
3.Kell még a tiszta szó (3:56)
4.Jászai Mari (0:57)
5.Nincs szó, nincs jel (3:50)
6.Babits Mihály (3:26)
7.Kinek nem jó... / Wass Albert - Hontalan vagyok / Ady Endre / Elmenni messze (5:37)
8.Gróf Andrássy Gyula (1:12)
9.A tanítványok (1:12)
10.Gróf Apponyi Albert / Herczeg Ferenc (1:53)
11.Amíg élünk (3:05)
12.Kós Károly (2:34)
13.József Attila - Nem! Nem! Soha! (2:20)
14.Ha messze mész (4:30)
15.Márai Sándor / Illyés Gyula (1:45)
16.Tőkés László / Az angyali üdvözlet (2:00)
17.Somogyvári Gyula - Magyar Miatyánk 1919-ben (4:29)
18.Antall József (0:51)
19.Mi Atyánk (3:22)
20.Magyar Passió (0:52)
21.Magyar golgota (5:04)
22.Ady Endre - Nekünk Mohács kell?! (0:55)
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MP 01/2001 CD 2001   13.00
 
 
Hungarian Rhapsody
(Magyar Rapszódia)
folk rock

Enlarge this picture! There is no more past-There will not be a future.

The one – time prophet found the two adequate lines which describe the end of the eighties. We still had the reflex – to erect memorials, we had an internal will to tell something characteristic of us – only of us. So it was in 1988.

Is the legend living? The Kormoran’s legend. We live in an other world, songs sing of something else, melodies speaks of something different, reality forces everybody into a different situation. We are devoured – there is no time for songs, there is no time for the “dead peacock”, there is no time for holy chants – the hussars‘ time is over.

What comes then? Who knows? The next prophet does.
Remember! There was a world wich came to an end when the Kormoran had played his songs at the final party in the Vár Klub (Club of Castle) and closed the ‘Youth Park’ together with the bands Bikini and the Beatrice. Then , our youth was also over, it was OUR BLOODLESS WAR.

György Bártfai - drums
Miklós Borhi - guitars
Gergely Koltay - flute
József Margit - vocal, bass
István Szűts - violin, synthesizers

Miklós Szabó - guitar

1.Pokolra mentek a dudások - The Pipers went to Hell (5:20)
2.Pál huszár - Paul the Hussar (2:44)
3.Miklós vitéz - Michael the Knight (4:45)
4.Kőrösi Ágnes (2:51)
5.Om Mani Padme Hum (5:00)
6.Elmenni messze - Going far Away (5:07)
7.A háborúk után - After the War (3:41)
8.Magyar rapszódia - Hungarian Rhapsody (4:42)
9.Népdal - Folksong (2:50)
10.Budapest - Amszterdam (5:00)
11.Szegény legény - Highway Man (3:19)
12.Ha meghalok - When I die (3:43)
13.Három határ, három halál - Three Borders, Three Deaths (3:44)
14.Spanyol álom - Spanish Dream (3:45)
15.Hungarian Requiem (4:20)
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BGCD 031 CD 1999   12.00
 
 
Message of the Bethlehem Star
(Betlehemi Csillag Üzenete)
folk classical

Enlarge this picture! The Hungarian Christmas chant is on CD for the first time. You can enjoy the familiar voice of Márta Sebestyén and many others. Symphonic orchestra and authentic folk instruments.

Miklós Varga - vocal
Szilveszter Jenei - vocal
Márta Sebestyén - vocal
Gyula Deák Bill - vocal
Géza Hegedűs D. - vocal
József Margit - vocal
Sarolta Zalatnay - vocal
Kormorán együttes

1.Hajnalban... (2:25)
2.Az Isten háta mögött (3:09)
3.Profán áldozat - Fohász (6:42)
4.József és Mária (1:59)
5.Pogány köszöntő (3:34)
6.Szegénylegények (3:22)
7.Angyali üdvözlet (4:56)
8.Úton a pusztaságba (2:49)
9.Betlehemes játék a királyok érkezéséről (2:40)
10.Ave Maria (1:37)
11.A jászolnál (3:55)
12.Alleluja (2:06)
13.A betlehemi csillag üzenete (3:10)
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BGCD 014 CD 1997   10.00