Chopin, Fryderyk – Kocsis, Zoltán: Mazurkas
Pianist, conductor and composer Zoltán Kocsis who is renown after his transcriptions and arrangements, too, transcribed three Mazurkas, Op. 24
Denes Legany: Air for Flute Oboe, Saxophone, Piano and Cello
Denes Legany (1965-2000) A lyrical composition for flute, oboe, saxophone, cello and piano. (Score and parts.)
Denes Legany: Trio Sonata for flute, cello and piano
Denes Legany (1965-2000) Introduction; Rush; Relaxation; Fugue; Melody; Final (score and parts)
Istvan Szigeti: Why Not? for Flute Cello and Piano
Istvan Szigeti (1952- ) A musically humorous trio for flute, cello and piano which can be well used on an
Istvan Vantus: Hommage a J. S. Bach
Istvan Vantus (1935-1992) The piano part is the Prelude in C major from The Well-tempered Piano by Bach which the
Istvan Vantus: Parabola
Istvan Vantus (1935-1992) A lyrical concert piece for cello and piano.
Ivan Madarasz: Sheol
Ivan Madarasz (1949- ) Touching concert piece in one movement with a slight reference to Hungarian and Jewish folklore for
Janos Gyulai Gaal: Duo for Violin and Cello
Janos Gyulai Gaal (1924- ) Three concert duets: Pastorale, Nenia, Gioia.
Kamillo Lendvay: String Quartet No. 2
Kamillo Lendvay (1928– ) The four movements composition was written for the commission of the Bartók Quartet and first performed
Katalin Szekely: Aphorisms for cello and marimba
Katalin Szekely (1953– ) A captivating duet for an unusual pairing of instruments by the Hungarian composer living in Spain.
Lang: Knots on the Line
Láng István (1933– ) A trio for flute, alto flute and cello in the characteristically impulsive tone of the composer.
Laszlo Dubrovay: Duo per violino e violoncello o viola
Laszlo Dubrovay (1943– ) The composer said of these two-movement works requiring virtuoso performers: ”The first movement is based