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This twelfth release in the Toccata Classics exploration of the music of Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) once again puts his chamber music with flute in the spotlight - here with an oboe chaser. As with previous albums in this series, the music highlights the characteristics that make Farkas' music so appealing: catchy tunes, transparent textures, buoyant rhythms, a fondness for Baroque forms and a taste for the folk-music of his native Hungary that marks him out as a true successor to Bartók and Kodály. The works in this recording are all reworkings - by Farkas or the two soloists here - of music first written for different forces and now taking on a new lease of life.
This twelfth release in the Toccata Classics exploration of the music of Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) once again puts his chamber music with flute in the spotlight - here with an oboe chaser. As with previous albums in this series, the music highlights the characteristics that make Farkas' music so appealing: catchy tunes, transparent textures, buoyant rhythms, a fondness for Baroque forms and a taste for the folk-music of his native Hungary that marks him out as a true successor to Bartók and Kodály. The works in this recording are all reworkings - by Farkas or the two soloists here - of music first written for different forces and now taking on a new lease of life.
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Rel. Date: 07/02/2021
UPC: 5060113444400

Chamber Music 5
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This twelfth release in the Toccata Classics exploration of the music of Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000) once again puts his chamber music with flute in the spotlight - here with an oboe chaser. As with previous albums in this series, the music highlights the characteristics that make Farkas' music so appealing: catchy tunes, transparent textures, buoyant rhythms, a fondness for Baroque forms and a taste for the folk-music of his native Hungary that marks him out as a true successor to Bartók and Kodály. The works in this recording are all reworkings - by Farkas or the two soloists here - of music first written for different forces and now taking on a new lease of life.

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