25 November 2021, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

Acoustic, authentic

Pázsint Presented by Liszt Academy

Folk Music from Szeklerland and from Upper-Maros region

Emlék Szentiványról (Felső-Maros region)
Julianna Paár (vocals), Dániel Szabó (cimbalom), Tamás Nyitrai (violin), Attila Mihó (violin), Endre Papp (viola), András Bognár (double bass)
Verbunk variációk (Felső-Maros region)
Tamás Nyitrai (violin), Ádám Takács (violin), Attila Mihó (violin), Dániel Szabó (cimbalom), Soma Salamon (accordion), Endre Papp (viola), András Bognár (double bass)
Paradica (Sóvidék – Nyárád mente)
Hanga Kacsó (vocals), Tamás Nyitrai (violin), Péter Bede (Turkish pipe), Dániel Szabó (cimbalom), Soma Salamon (accordion), András Bognár (double bass)
Csíki lokál (Felcsík region)
Attila Mihó (violin), Dániel Szabó (vocals, cimbalom), Ádám Takács (whistle, violin), Orsolya András (gardon)
Zöldkeserves és marosszéki (Udvarhelyszék)
Julianna Paár (vocals), Péter Bede (saxophone), Soma Salamon (accordion), András Bognár (double bass)
Álomvíz martján (Gyergyó region)
Julianna Paár (vocals), Dániel Szabó (cimbalom)
Egy pár tánc Mezőbándról (Marosszéki Mezőség)
Hanga Kacsó (vocals), Tamás Nyitrai (violin), Ádám Takács (violin), Dániel Szabó (cimbalom), Endre Papp (viola), András Bognár (double bass)
Gyergyói muzsika Dsupin Pál emlékére
Hanga Kacsó (vocals), Julianna Paár (vocals), Attila Mihó (violin), Dániel Szabó (vocals, cimbalom), Orsolya András (gardon)

Cimbalom player Dániel Szabó’s programme allows us once again to marvel at how an artist happy playing world music and who has written many of his own works is familiar with the authentic performance of traditional folk music, and how well these two personalities - the artist and the researcher - complement one another and lift the fizzing raw materials from on-site collecting trips to stage performance level. The programme is actually the fruit of several years of research work funded by the Hungarian Academy of Arts’ Arts Scholarship Programme, entitled Cimbalom Performance in Szekler Land. The concert features top instrumentalists and vocalists from Szekler Land and Upper Maros. Vocals, the violin and cimbalom all stand in the focus of music but naturally there is also room for accompanying instruments characteristic of the region. The programme includes large formations as well as smaller chamber line-ups (instrument pairings and trios). One other fascinating element of the programme is the Chibed (Kibéd) instrumental collection of János Seprődi dating from the beginning of the century. Unfortunately, his audio recordings were lost; the music reconstruction based on scores of the melodies can be heard for the first time.



Dear Audience,

The concert of Pázsint announced on 4 March 2021 will be held on 25 November 2021.

Thank you for your understanding!

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


1 900 Ft

Concert series:

Folk music