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Hegedűs Endre
Hungary
 
 
Chopin Piano Works
(Chopin művei zongorán)
classical

Enlarge this picture! Endre Hegedűs is a well-known solo pianist of Hungarian concert scene.
He finished his studies at Academy of Music Budapest in 1980 as a pianist and piano teacher. He won several prizes at international piano competitions; 1 prize at Monza (Rina Sala Gallo), Morcone (Rachmaninov International Piano Competition), 2. prize at Sydney and Milanóban (Scala Dino Ciani). He plays regularly as a soloist or as chamber-musician in Hungary in other countries, he performed several successful concerts in many European countries, in Australia, Japan, Russia, Canada and the United States. As an agnition for his performing activity he’s been adjudged awards like Cziffra György Award in 1997 (from Liszt Ferenc Foundationa), Steinway Artist Award in 1999 (from New York Stenway Centre), and Liszt Ferenc Award in 2000 (from Ministry of Hungarian Cultural Heritage).

1.g-moll ballada, op. 23
2.Barkarola, op. 60
3.E-dúr etüd, op. 10 No. 3
4.Asz-dúr „Hárfa” etüd, op. 25 No1.
5.f-moll fantázia, op. 49
6.Fisz-dúr noktürn, op. 15 No. 2
7.Asz-dúr „Hősi polonéz”, op. 53
8.a-moll mazurka, op. 59 No. 1
9.Asz-dúr mazurka, op. 59 No. 2
10.cisz-moll scherzo, op.39
11.cisz-moll keringő, op. 64 No. 2
12.Desz-dúr keringő, op. 64 No. 1
13.Andante spianato és nagy polonéz, op. 22
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HEG 109 CD 2004   11.00
 
 
Plays Beethoven Sonatas classical

Enlarge this picture! Endre Hegedűs is a well-known solo pianist of Hungarian concert scene. He finished his studies at Academy of Music Budapest in 1980 as a pianist and piano teacher. He won several prizes at international piano competitions; 1 prize at Monza (Rina Sala Gallo), Morcone (Rachmaninov International Piano Competition), 2. prize at Sydney and Milanóban (Scala Dino Ciani). He plays regularly as a soloist or as chamber-musician in Hungary in other countries, he performed several successful concerts in many European countries, in Australia, Japan, Russia, Canada and the United States. As an agnition for his performing activity he’s been adjudged awards like Cziffra György Award in 1997 (from Liszt Ferenc Foundationa), Steinway Artist Award in 1999 (from New York Stenway Centre), and Liszt Ferenc Award in 2000 (from Ministry of Hungarian Cultural Heritage).

1.c-moll szonáta, op. 13 “Pathetique” (Grave, Allegro di molto con brio – Adagio cantabile – Rondo, Allegro)
2.cisz-moll szonáta, op. 27 No. 2 “Mondschein” (Adagio sostenuto – Allegretto – Presto agitato)
3.f-moll szonáta, op. 57 “Appassionata” (Allegro assai – Andante con moto – Allegro ma non troppo)
4.Für Elise
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HEG 105 CD 2001   14.00