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György Szabados - The Wedding (2002)

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György Szabados - The Wedding (2002)
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Hungaroton, HCD 71094 | ~ or Mb | Artwork(jpg) -> Mb
Free Jazz

~ Recorded at Hungaroton Studio, Budapest, Hungary, 20-25 May, 1974. ~

yörgy Szabados (Born 1939 in Budapest) is a Hungarian jazz pianist, and is sometimes referred to as the "father" or "unofficial king" of the Hungarian free jazz movement since the 1960s.

Biography
Even though he started performing in 1962, Szabados' rise to fame is generally considered to have started with his quintet winning the renowned San Sebastian Jazz Festival Grand Prize in the free jazz category in 1972. His first album that was recorded with a quartet in 1975 was entitled Wedding. Despite the abstraction of the music, the record was well received in Hungary and abroad, thereby setting the scene for his subsequent albums. International recognition is probably noted by including the album in the Essential Jazz Records compiled by Max Harrison, Eric Thacker and Stuart Nicholson (Volume 2: Modernism to Postmodernism)[1]. Even though he could not record again until 1983, he maintained his status by establishing the Kassák Workshop for Contemporary Music, in which a new generation of musicians acquired a free and intuitive manner of playing jazz, with a distinct Hungarian sound. Generally, his collaborators would make up the next generation of Hungarian jazz, including acclaimed saxophone player Mihály Dresch. Further international recognition followed in the 1980s, through his collaboration with Anthony Braxton on their duo record Szabraxtondos. In Hungary, he proceeded to form MAKUZ, or the Royal Hungarian Court Orchestra, which membership varied, but always consisted of at least nice musicians that were committed to free, improvised music. Subsequently, he still collaborated with Roscoe Mitchell on their 1998 record Jelenés (Revelation) and again with Braxton and Vladimir Tarasov this time for the live recording Triotone.

Influences
Szabados' work and thinking is distinctly placed in Hungarian culture. Most importantly, a good deal of his music is influenced by Hungarian folk music, mainly from Transsylvania. Apart from direct folk associations, this influenced on Szabados' work was to a great extent mediated through the work of Hungarian composer Béla Bartók (1881-1945), who pioneered the reintegration of folk tradition in classical by his numerous field recordings. As he formulated it himself:
'Apart from the occasional moments, it is difficult to find traces of Bartók's music in our music. Hungarian music has such characteristic features that, when they appear, they are immediately linked to Bartók, whereas the real kinship is not with Bartók but, on a much deeper level, with Hungarian music, a world view, and a special taste'[1]
Apart from folk influences in his work, Szabados has always given clear references to other key instances of Hungarian culture. His 1983 record Adyton, for instance, is partially a reference to Hungarian poet Endre Ady, whereas his 1989 album A szarvassá vált fiak (Sons that became deer) was inspired by the Hungarian revolution of 1956. Choosing the word Adyton as a title for his record also shows the Szabados' philosophical thinking about his music.
György Szabados - The Wedding (2002):

György Szabados - The Wedding (2002)

Tracklist:

01. Az esküvö 11:40 The Wedding
02. Improvisation, Zongora-hegedü duo 10:33 Duo For Piano And Violin
03. Miracle 14:53
04. Szabó Irma vallatása 9:09 The Interrogation Of Irma Szabo
Bonus tracks
05. B-A-C-H élmények 6:41 B-A-C-H Impressions
06. Világpor 12:18 World Dust
07. Ballada 5:34 Ballad

Musicians:

Sándor Vajda - double bass
Imre Köszegi - drums
György Szabados - piano, zither
Lajos Kathy-Horváth - violin, double bass


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