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LP Recordings
Joseph Haydn
Organ Concerto in C major (H. XVIII: 1)   [I. Moderato]

From Angelicum LPA 5938
Angelicum Chamber Orchestra conducted by Bruno Amaducci
Recorded October 1963 in Milan, Italy

Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto after Vivaldi in F major (BWV 978)   [I. Allegro]

From Vox/Turnabout TV-S 34287
Recorded March 1968 in Milan, Italy

Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto after Vivaldi in D minor (BWV 596)   [III. Allegro]

From Ariston CLAR 13003
Recorded March 1968 in Milan, Italy

Georg Philipp Telemann
Overture VI in B minor (TWV 32: 10)

From Boîte à Musique (BAM) LD 6020
Recorded circa 1969 in Milan, Italy

 
Radio Recordings

Sándor Szokolay
Sándor Szokolay
Sonatina (Op. 10)

Recorded April 1970 in Budapest, Hungary


Vilmos Tátrai
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto after J. C. Bach in G major (KV 107, No. 2)   [I. Allegro]

Vilmos Tátrai and István Várkonyi, violins; Ede Banda, cello
Recorded May 1973 in Budapest, Hungary


Rudolf Maros
Rudolf Maros
Five Bagatelles

Recorded July 1981 in Stockholm, Sweden


Lóránd Fenyves
Johann Sebastian Bach
Violin Sonata in E major (BWV 1016)   [II. Allegro]

Lóránd Fenyves, violin
Recorded circa 1988 in Budapest, Hungary

 
Live Recordings

János Sebestyén
Johann Sebastian Bach
Prelude and Fugue in C major (BWV 870)

From a March 1989 concert at Kálvin Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary


Geoffrey Tozer
Improvisation on Hungarian Songs (piano four-hands)

With pianist Geoffrey Tozer
From a February 1990 concert at the House of Arts in Szekszárd, Hungary


László Tihanyi
László Tihanyi
Szirom (Petal)

From a 21 May 2003 concert at the Old Music Academy in Budapest, Hungary


István Lantos
Improvisation in Memory of László Lukin (organ four-hands)

With organist István Lantos
From a June 2005 concert at the Belvárosi Church in Baja, Hungary

 

Additional audio featuring János Sebestyén can be found on the pages About This Site, Miklós Rózsa and European Revival Harpsichords and at the website La Folia - A Musical Cathedral.

Twenty-eight additional rarities are also available on the YouTube pages.


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