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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Hungarian Folk Music
  • FLAC: 1417 mb | MP3: 1540 mb
  • Released: 1976
  • Country: Hungary
  • Style: Folk, Népzene
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 611
  • Format: VOX RA WAV APE AC3 AIFF AU
Various - Hungarian Folk Music album flac

Tracklist

A1 Röpülj Páva, Röpülj - Fly Peacock, Fly!
A2 Túr A Diszonó A Verembe - Swines Are Grouting In The Ditch
A3 Haj, Dunárul Fúj A Szél - Ah, The Wind Blows From Beyond The Danube
A4 Kék Ibolya, Ha Leszakajtanálak - Blue Violet, If I Picked You
A5 Hej, Rozmaring, Rozmaring! - Ah Rosemary, Rosemary!
A6 Madárka, Madárka, Ne Zavard A Vizet - Birdie, Birdie, Don't Splash The Water!
A7 Hallottad-e Hírit Bereg Vármegyének? - Have You Ever Heard Of The Famous County Bereg?
A8 Miskólc Fele Viszen Egy Út - There Leads A Way Towards Miskolc
A9 Szerelem, Szerelem, Átkozott Gyötrelem! - Love, LoveThou Cursed Torture!
A10 Pista Bácsi, János Bácsi - Uncle Stephen, Uncle John
A11 Szörnyű Nagy Romlással (Romlásra) Kézult Pannónia - Pannonia Was To Face A Horrible Disaster
A12 Jaj, Jaj Énnekem Bánatos Anának! - Alas, Alas For Me, For A Grieved Mother!
A13 Elmegyek, Elmegyek - I'll Go Away, I'll Go Away
B1 Haj Szén'alja, Szén'alja - Ah, Bundle Of Hay, Bundle Of Hay
B2 Kelj Fel, Gazda, Kelj Fel! - Get Up, Husband, Get Up!
B3 Ludasim, Pajtásim - Goose-girls, Playmates
B4 A Fényes Nap Immán Elnyugodott - The Glorious Sun Has Set
B5 Rákoci Kocsmába Két Karajcár A Bor - A Drink Of Wine Costs Two Kreutzers In The Rákóci Tavern
B6 Quick Magyar
B7 Üröm, Üröm, Fehér Üröm - Wormwood, Wormwood, White Wormwood
B8 Elszaladt Az Aranygulya - The Herd Of Cattle Has Run Away
B9a Szépen Úszik A Vadkacsa A Vízen - How Nicely The Wild Duck Swims
B9b Citányéron Jó A Cukros Pogácsa - Nice Looks The Sweet Flead Cake In A Pewter Plate
B9c Én Istenem, Minek Is Teremtettél? - My Lord! Why Didst Thou Make Me In This World?
B10 Verbunkos

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Endre Bánó

Notes

This disc is given as an introduction to a series of grammophone records, the edition of which is planned to be started in 1965 by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The enteerprise is aimed at presenting a comprehensive survey of Hungarian traditional music, and to this end we have selected tunes recorded during the past thirty years.
The preservation of folk music in Hungary is far from beingevenly uniform: in certain regions even the young generation sings in the traditional style (e. g. the singeer of tune A6) while in others the oldest singers hardly remember it. The manifold styles of the melodies suggest a rich and far-reachinghistory of the Hungarian folk music. The fact that unisonous performance still prevails should by no means be regarded as a mark of a poorly developed taste; rather would it be looked upon as a consequence of general pentatony and of a developed sense for linear forming.
In our days the proportion between vocal and instrumental folk music is not the same as it was in the past: instrumental traditions fell victim to the overwhelming progress of civilization in the 19th century sooner than a sufficient number of researchers, by the means of a modern technique, could collect them.
On the first side of this record mainly types of the "old style" are included. Some of them show very close relations to the folk music of those people in the Ural region with whom our ancestors had kept contact while living there (A1 and A2). Apart from its descending line of melody, pentatonic features and transposition in fifths, they are characterized by the two main tempo-types of the Magyar folk songs: "parlando rubato" which allows a free performance and "tempo giusto" (which denotes a strictly measured rhythm) quick to a greater or lesser degree.
Much more varied than these are the types given on the second side, where a selection of Hungarian folk songs show the influence of the European environment. This influenced is evidenced in scale, rhythm and structure. Track B9a to B9c gives specimens of the "new style" characterized by a tempo giusto and the regular return of the first melodic phrase. This type flourished during the period from the last decades of the past century to the end of World War II.

Track A1: prisoners' song, Transdanubia
Track A2: swineheards' Dance, Transdanubia
Track A3: comic song, Transdanubia
Track A4: lyrical song, played first on zither, then on hurdy-gurdy in two different rhythm-types, Great Plain
Track A5: dance tune with lyrical words, North Hungary (Transylvania)
Track A6: part of a ballad, Moldavia
Track A7: part of an outlaw-ballad, North Hungary (generally known)
Track A8: part of an outlaw-ballad, North Hungary
Track A9: lyrical song, maid's roundel, Transdanubia
Track A10: pipe-tune, North Hungary (generally known)
Track A11: historical song, Székler Bucovina (Transylvania)
Track A12: lament, North Hungary (generally known)
Track A13: lyrical song, accompanied by a band of village gypsies, Transylvania
Track B1: children's song (generally known)
Track B2: New Year's Day Address, Transdanubia
Track B3: comic song, Moldavia
Track B4: evening song, Moldavia
Track B5: part of a ballad, Transdanubia (generally known)
Track B6: instrumental dance music, played onviolin and "gardon" (archaic form of violoncello) used as a percussion instrument, Transylvania
Track B7: lyrical song, Transdanubia
Track B8: herds song, Great Plain
Track B9a to B9c: tunes of the new style, with lyrical words, North Hungary (generally known)
Track B10: recruiting dance, instrumental music, performed by a band of village gypsies

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPX 1187 Various Hungarian Folk Music ‎(LP, Mono) Qualiton LPX 1187 Hungary 1964
LPX 1187 Various Hungarian Folk Music ‎(LP, Mono) Qualiton LPX 1187 Hungary 1964

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