Márta Sebestyén - Apocrypha album flac
Style: Neo-Classical, Folk, Népzene
MP3 album: 1290 mb
FLAC album: 1109 mb
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Genre: Classical / Folk and Country
This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/191 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Apocrypha. Album starts at 106BPM, ends at BPM (-106), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Márta Sebestyén.
If anyone could be described as the Hungarian equivalent of Enya, it would be Marta Sebestyen. Many of the songs on this best-of CD, which was released in 1992 and focuses on her innovations of the mid- to late 1980s, have a tranquil quality not unlike what you'd find on one of Enya's albums.
Márta Sebestyén (Hungarian: ; born August 19, 1957) is a Hungarian folk vocalist, composer and actress. Sebestyén was born in Budapest. Her mother is a composer, and was a music student of Zoltán Kodály. Her father was an economist and author. When Sebestyén was seven years old, her father, returning from a trip to the .
This album is hauntingly beautiful and lyrical. While the liner notes state that all compositions are based on traditional melodies, the arrangements by Karoly Cserepes appear fresh and modern. Marta Sebestyen's voice complements this fusion of technologies wonderfully. I purchased this album because I came across the track "Tavasz Tavasz" on a world music compilation, the remaining tracks didn't disappoint
More albums from Márta Sebestyén. I Can See the Gates of Heaven. The Best of Márta Sebestyén. Szerelmeslemez - Loverecord.
Tracks : 1. Vetettem Violát 2. Szeress Egyet, S Legyen Szép 3. Három Árva 4. Fújnaka Fellegek 5. Hajnali Nóta 6. Egy Pár Tánc Mezöségröl 7. Széki M Agyar a "Misié" 8. Fuvom Azénekem 9. Fehér Galamb Szállt a Házra.
Márta Sebestyén – Apocrypha. Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Neo-Classical, Folk, Népzene. Apocrypha (CD, Comp, RP). Hannibal Records. Apocrypha (CD, Comp).
|2||A Piac Közepén||5:02|
|3||Zugadoz Az Erdo||3:51|
|6||Ne Menj, Szivem||3:59|
|10||Elment Az Én Rozsam||3:06|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rykodisc
- Copyright (c) – Rykodisc
- Manufactured By – Rykodisc
- Marketed By – Rykodisc
- Engineered At – MHV Stúdió
- Engineered At – Főnix Stúdió
- Arranged By – Károly Cserepes*
- Backing Vocals – Anna Cserepes, Levente Szörényi
- Bass – Szabolcs Szörányi*
- Chimes – László Hortobágyi
- Computer, Synthesizer, Duduk, Flute [Long Flute, Tilinka] – Károly Cserepes*
- Design – Steven Jurgensmeyer
- Double Bass [Electric] – Mihály Huszár*
- Drums – Tibor Donászy*
- Engineer – István Zakariás (tracks: 2, 5, 8), János Bohus (tracks: 1, 3-4, 7, 9), János Horváth (tracks: 2, 5, 8), Béla Jánosi* (tracks: 1, 3-4, 7, 9), Attila Kölcsényi* (tracks: 6, 10)
- Illustration [Cover] – Istvan Banyai*
- Photography By – Dave Peabody
- Producer – Károly Cserepes* (tracks: 6, 10), Ibolya Tóth (tracks: 6, 10), Szabolcs Szörényi (tracks: 1-5, 7-9)
- Recorder – Ferenc Kiss
- Translated By – Esther Ronay, Judit Pokoly, László Lugosi-Lugó*
- Violin – János Hasur*
- Vocals – Márta Sebestyén
NotesRecorded from 1984 to 1988.
Jewel case spine shows misspelled title, "Apocryha"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 31257 13682 2
- Matrix / Runout (mirrored): 067T5<910>HNCD1368 DISQUE AMERIC
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 8134
|HNCD 1368||Márta Sebestyén||Apocrypha (CD, Comp)||Hannibal Records||HNCD 1368||US||1992|
|HNBC 1368||Márta Sebestyén||Apocrypha (Cass, Comp)||Hannibal Records||HNBC 1368||US||1992|