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Recordings are listed by their earliest reference number.

Hungaroton   Hungary
HLP MK 1510
Bach: Cantata "Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen" (BWV 56) - Magda Tiszay, alto; István Veres, oboe; Hungarian Radio Chorus; Hungarian State Concert Orchestra conducted by Frigyes Sándor
Recorded 25-27 March 1958 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Sebestyén plays harpsichord continuo.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton's Music for Everybody HLX 90013

EP 1569
Bach: Organ Music [Three Chorale Preludes on "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland" (BWV 659-61)]
Recorded 24 April 1958 at the Ferenciek Square Franciscan Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton HLP MK 1510 [BWV 659]


Hungaroton HLP MK 1510

Hungaroton LPK MD 10023

Hungaroton SLPX 1054

LPK MD 10023
Virágénekek (Flower Songs) [Anonymous: "Áll előttem", "Búm elfelejtésére", "Ej, haj, gyöngyvirág", "Apolló és Diána", "Jaj, gyöngyvirágom", "Énekeljünk Cypiának"] - Erzsébet Török, mezzo-soprano; Zoltán Jeney, flute
Recorded 2-3 June 1959 (at the Rottenbiller Street Studio?) in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Musical arrangements by András Székely.
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Listen to an additional "Flower Song" not included on the original LP release.

LM 117
Organ Music [Mendelssohn: Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; Wagner: Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin"]
Recorded 5 September 1960 at the Ferenciek Square Franciscan Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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HLPX MN 1015
Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor (BWV 1067) - Ferenc Hartai, flute; Orchestra of the Philharmonic Society conducted by Constantin Silvestri
Recorded 18 October 1954 at the Hungarian Radio (Studio 6) in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Sebestyén's harpsichord part was recorded circa 1959 and mixed into the recording for its initial LP release.
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HLPX M 1036
Orchestral Music [Tartini: Concerto for Cello and Strings in D major; Vivaldi: Sinfonia in G major (RV 146); Corelli: Concerto Grosso in G minor "Christmas Concerto" (Op. 6, No. 8)] - Vilmos Tátrai, Margit Bardócz, violins; Vera Dénes, cello; Hungarian Chamber Orchestra lead by Vilmos Tátrai]
Recorded 10-11 May 1960 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Capriccio 40 255 2 Festliches Barock Meisterwerke
    Hungaroton HLX 490.030 (France)
    Hungaroton's Music for Everybody SHLX 90030
    Monitor MC 2056
    Opera 1420
    Opera 71803
    Hungaroton/Echo Collection HRC 1012

SLPX 1054
Haydn: Concerto for Organ and Orchestra in C major (H. XVIII: 1) - Endre Virágh, harpsichord continuo; Hungarian State Concert Orchestra conducted by Sándor Margittay
Recorded 15 February 1961 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Eurodisc S 70813
    Maestoso 950103
    Opera 71847
    Hungaroton/Echo Collection HRC 1022

LPX 1057
Vivaldi: Concerto for Flute and Strings in D major "Il Gardellino" (Op. 10, No.3) - Zoltán Jeney, flute; Tibor Ney, János Radics, violins; Zoltán Sümeghy, viola; András Tokaji, cello; Symphony Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio conducted by János Sándor
Recorded 9 October 1961 at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Fon-Trade Music BRO 135 In Memoriam Jeney Zoltán

LPX 1089
Sárközy: Julia Songs (Lyrical Cantata in Seven Movements on the Poems of Bálint Balassa) - József Réti, tenor; Attila Lajos, János Kovalcsik, flutes; Hédi Lubik, harp; Choir of the Hungarian Radio and Television conducted by Zoltán Vásárhelyi
Recorded 19-22 February 1962 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton SLPX 11371

SLPX 1102
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons [Concerto for Violin and Strings in E major "Spring" (Op. 8, No. 1), Concerto for Violin and Strings in G minor "Summer" (Op. 8, No. 2), Concerto for Violin and Strings in F major "Autumn" (Op. 8, No. 3), Concerto for Violin and Strings in F minor "Winter" (Op. 8, No. 4)] - Dénes Kovács, violin solo; Tibor Ney, János Radics, violins; Klára Szécsi, viola; András Tokaji, cello; Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lamberto Gardelli
Recorded 24-28 April 1962 at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    AZ 190.518
    Eterna 820614
    Seven Seas GT 1078 (Japan)
    Hungaroton/Classical Diamonds CLD 4009

LPX 1181
Harpsichord Recital [Bach: Concerto after Vivaldi in D major (BWV 972), Italian Concerto (BWV 971); Prokofiev: Prelude (Op. 12, No. 7), Gavotte (Op. 32, No. 3), Rigaudon (Op. 12, No. 3), Four Pieces from "Visions Fugitives" (Op. 22, Nos. I, X, XI, XV); Martin: Three Préludes from "8 Préludes" (Nos. 2, 4, 5); Petrovics: Four Masked Self-Portraits]
Recorded 2-9 December 1963 on an Ammer harpsichord at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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Hungaroton LPX 1181

Hungaroton SLPX 1214-17

Hungaroton SLPX 1221

SLPX 1214-17
Musica Hungarica [Picchi: Ballo ongaro; Anonymous: Three 16th Century Dances - Mihály Eisenbacher, oboe; László Balogh, dulcimer; Márton Göröncsér, József Marton, percussion; András Simor, violin; András Tokaji, cello; conducted by Frigyes Hidas; Three Student Songs - Erzsébet Török, mezzo-soprano; György Melis, baritone; János Szebenyi, flute; Anna Mauthner, viola; Children's Choir of the Hungarian Radio and Television conducted by Frigyes Hidas; "Whereto, My Sweetheart" - Judit Sándor, soprano; Péter Hidy, Klára Molnár, violins; András Tokaji, cello; conducted by Frigyes Hidas; "In the Year 1774", "Come Back Sweet-voiced Beautiful Falcon" - Róbert Ilosfalvy, tenor; "Deep Grief" - Stephánia Moldován, soprano; Hungarian Dance, Kassa Hungarian Dance - Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by György Lehel]
Recorded 1963-64 in Budapest, Hungary.
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SLPX 1221
Concerti for Two Harpsichords [Bach: Concerto for Two Harpsichords and Strings in C major (BWV 1061), Concerto for Two Harpsichords and Strings in C minor (BWV 1060) - Hungarian Chamber Orchestra lead by Vilmos Tátrai; W. F. Bach: Concerto for Two Solo Harpsichords in F major (F. 10)]
Recorded 30 June - 2 July 1965 (J.S. Bach) and 12 November 1965 (W. F. Bach) on an Ammer harpsichord at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Sebestyén plays both harpsichord parts.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Echo Collection HRC 1003

SLPX 1243
Bruce Abel Recital [Rosseter: "When Laura Smiles"; Dowland: "Come Again, Sweet Love", "Flow My Tears", "Say, Love, If Ever Thou Didst Find"; Campion: "There is a Garden in Her Face"; Purcell: "O, Lead Me", "Music For a While", "Turn Then Thine Eyes"; Telemann: "Die Jugend", "Die vergessene Phillis", "Falschheit", "Das Frauenzimmer", "Seltenes Glück", Cantata "Die Hoffnung ist mein Leben"] - Bruce Abel, baritone; János Rolla, violin; Tibor Párkányi, cello; Lászlo Som, double-bass
Recorded 31 July - 3 August 1965 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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SLPX 11321
Boismortier: Chamber Music [Sonata for Three Violins and Continuo in A minor (Op. 34, No. VI) - Péter Komlós, József Sepsey, Sándor Devich, violins; Trio Sonata in D major (Op. 50, No. VI) - Péter Komlós, violin; Géza Németh, viola; Károly Botvay, cello; Concerto for Two Oboes and Strings in A minor (Op. 28, No. III) - Péter Pongrácz, Péter Jagasich, oboes; Chamber Orchestra of the Budapest Philharmonic conducted by Miklós Erdélyi]
Recorded 28 April and 13 May 1967 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Budapest FX 12295

SLPX 11323
Buxtehude: Chamber Music [32 Variations in G major (BuxWV 250) "La Capricciosa"; Trio Sonata in C minor (BuxWV 262) - Péter Komlós, violin; Géza Németh, viola]
Recorded 12 May 1967 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Budapest FX 12296

SLPX 11325
Baroque Chamber Music [Muffat: Ciacona; Froberger: Capriccio II, Suite VI "Auf die Mayerin"; Hotteterre: Sonata for Oboe and Continuo - Péter Pongrácz, oboe]
Recorded 24 April and 8 May 1967 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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Hungaroton SLPX 11323

Hungaroton SLPX 11387-88

Hungaroton SLPX 11453

SLPX 11387-88
Vivaldi: Twelve Sonatas for Violin and Continuo (Op. 2) [No. 1 in G minor, No. 2 in A major, No. 3 in D minor, No. 4 in F major, No. 5 in B minor, No. 6 in C major, No. 7 in C minor, No. 8 in G major, No. 9 in E minor, No. 10 in F minor, No. 11 in D major, No. 12 in A minor] - Dénes Kovács, violin; Mária Frank, cello
Recorded 4-7 December 1967 and 8 June 1968 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Budapest FX 12296
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 062 [Sonatas Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12]

SLPX 11445-46
Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge (BWV 1080) [Canon alla Duodecima in Contrapuncto alla Quinta, Contrapunctus 13 (Fuga a 2 Clav. rectus/Fuga a 2 Clav. inversus) +] - Zsuzsa Pertis, harpsichord +
Recorded 21 July - 6 August 1969 in Pannonhalma, Hungary.
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SLPX 11453
Rameau: Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts [Premier Concert, Deuxième Concert, Troisième Concert, Quatrième Concert, Cinquième Concert] - Lóránt Kovács, flute; László Mező, cello
Recorded 5-8 September 1969 at the Lutheran Church in Győr, Hungary.
Notes: Released in France in deluxe gatefold edition.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Classical Diamonds CLD 4041

SLPX 11458
Haydn: Symphony No. 27 in G major (H. I: 27) - Hungarian Chamber Orchestra lead by Vilmos Tátrai
Recorded October 1969 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 090

SLPX 11466
Bach: Flute Sonatas [Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in B minor (BWV 1030), Sonata for Flute and Continuo in E minor (BWV 1034) +, Sonata for Flute and Continuo in E major (BWV 1035) +] - Lóránt Kovács, flute, Ede Banda, cello +
Recorded 18-23 December 1969 at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton CALB 116-17 (France)
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 119 [BWV 1034 and 1035]

SLPX 11468
Haydn: Divertimenti for Harpsichord, Two Violins and Cello [Divertimento in G major (H. XIV: 13), Divertimento in F major (H. XIV: 9), Divertimento in C major (H. XIV: 7), Divertimento in C major (H. XIV: 4), Divertimento in C major (H. XIV: 8)] - Vilmos Tátrai, György Konrád, violins; Ede Banda, cello
Recorded 10-12 February 1970 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Released in France in deluxe gatefold edition.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Budapest FX 12300
    Hungaroton/Danube UD 12300
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 164

SLPX 11491-93
Music Life in Old Hungary [Picchi: Padoana ditta la ongaro, Wagenseil: Divertimento in E-flat major, Anonymous: Hayduczky from the tablature of Jan of Lublin - ca. 1540, Danza from Oscar Chilesotti's collection]
Recorded between 6 August 1971 and 16 January 1973 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio and the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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SLPX 11514-15
Corelli: Twelve Sonatas for Violin and Continuo (Op. 5) [No. 1 in D major, No. 2 in B-flat major, No. 3 in C major, No. 4 in F major, No. 5 in G minor, No. 6 in A major, No. 7 in D minor, No. 8 in E minor, No. 9 in A major, No. 10 in F major, No. 11 in E major, No. 12 in D minor "La Follia"] - Dénes Kovács, violin; Ede Banda, cello
Recorded 5-20 October 1970 at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Fidelio FL 3318 [Sonatas Nos. 1-6]
    Hungaroton GT 1168 (Japan) [Sonatas Nos. 1, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12]
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 167 [Sonatas Nos. 1-6]

SLPX 11527
Haydn: Cantata "Die Erwählung eines Kappellmeisters" (H. XXIVa: 11) - Katalin Szökefalvi-Nagy, soprano; Klára Takáks, mezzo-soprano; Attila Fülöp, tenor; Budapest Madrigal Choir; Hungarian State Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Szekeres
Recorded 20-24 September 1970 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Fidelio FL 3320
    Fidelio 1807
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 144


Hungaroton SLPX 11468

Hungaroton SLPX 11533

Hungaroton SLPX 11613

SLPX 11533
Bach: Flute Sonatas [Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in G minor (BWV 1020), Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in E-flat major (BWV 1031), Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in A major (BWV 1032), Sonata for Flute and Continuo in C major (BWV 1033) +] - Lóránt Kovács, flute, Ede Banda, cello +
Recorded 22-27 March 1972 at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton CALB 116-17 (France)
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 119 [BWV 1020, 1033 and 1035]

SLPX 11607
Durkó: Iconography No. 1 for Two Cellos and Harpsichord - Ede Banda, László Mező, cellos
Recorded 17-19 December 1972 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary.
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SLPX 11613
Bach: Harpsichord Music [Sonata after Reinken in C major (BWV 966), Sonata after Reinken in A minor (BWV 965), Allegro in E minor (BWV 1019), Adagio in G major (BWV 968), Sonata in D minor (BWV 964)]
Recorded 28 February - 7 March 1972 on a Sperrhake harpsichord at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
Notes: Released in France in deluxe gatefold edition.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Classical Diamonds CLD 4021

SLPX 11614-17
Haydn: Complete Keyboard Solo Music, Vol. 1 [Sonata in A major (H. XVI: 12/Landon 12), Sonata in G major (H. XVI: 6/Landon 13), Sonata in C major (H. XVI: 3/Landon 14), Sonata in E major (H. XVI: 13/Landon 15), Sonata in D major (H. XVI: 14/Landon 16), Sonata in E-flat major (H. deest./Landon 17), Sonata in E-flat major (H. deest./Landon 18), Sonata in E minor (H. XVI: 47/Landon 19), Variations in D major (H. XVII: 7), Variations in A major (H. XVII: 2)]
Recorded 27 November - 1 December 1972 on a Sperrhake harpsichord at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary.
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    also released as:
    Hispavox 66.401

SLPX 11678
M. Haydn: Offertorium pro festo cuiscunque S'tae Virginis et Martyris - Éva Marton, Katalin Szökefalvi-Nagy, sopranos; Győr Girls' Choir; Győr Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Miklós Szabó
Recorded 1-5 August 1973 at the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Pannonhalma, Hungary.
Notes: Sebestyén plays organ obligato.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton/Danube UD 11678
    Hungaroton HCD 11678

SLPX 11699
Ránki: Ének a városról "Cantus urbis" (Oratorio on words by Tibor Déry) - Margit László, soprano; Márta Szirmay, contralto; György Korondy, tenor; Endre Ütö, bass; Gábor Lehotka, organ; Kodály Chorus of Debrecen; Hungarian State Orchestra conducted by András Kórodi
Recorded 14 November 1973 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary. Published 1974.
Notes: Composed to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the unification of Budapest (1873-1973). Sebestyén plays harpsichord.
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SLPX 12013
Geminiani: Sonatas for Guitar and Continuo from "The Art of Playing the Guitar" [No. 1 in C major, No. 2 in C minor, No. 3 in D major, No. 4 in D minor, No. 6 in E minor, No. 10 in G minor] - László Szendrey Karper, guitar; Ede Banda, cello
Recorded 13-19 April 1978 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary. Published 1979.
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    also released as:
    Hispavox HH 60.333
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 046 [Sonatas Nos. 1-3]

SLPX 12106
Encores! [Albinoni/Giazotto: Adagio for Strings and Organ] - Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra lead by János Rolla
Recorded 13-17 June 1978 at the Vác Music School in Vác, Hungary. Published 1979.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton K28C-139 (Japan)
    Hungaroton HCD 32281 Karácsonyi Koncert
    Hungaroton/Echo Collection HRC 1005 A Baroque Day-Dream
    Hungaroton/White Label HRC 060 Encores!


Hungaroton SLPX 12013

Hungaroton SLPX 12392

Hungaroton SLPD 12657-58

SLPX 12392
Harpsichord Concertos [Cimarosa: Concerto for Harpsichord and Orchestra in B-flat major +; Seixas: Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings in A major; Anonymous (Seixas' School?): Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings in G minor] - Béla Drahos, Attila Nagy, flutes +; Ádám Friedrich, István Borza, horns +; Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra lead by János Rolla
Recorded 12-14 March 1982 at the Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, Hungary. Published 1983.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton CO 1593 (Japan) Harpsichord Concertos
    Hungaroton HCD 12392 Harpsichord Concertos
    Portugalsom 860002 [Seixas: Concerto; Anonymous: Concerto]
    Strauss/Portugalsom SP 4154 [Seixas: Concerto; Anonymous: Concerto]

SLPD 12657-58
Handel: Sonatas for Violin and Continuo (Op. 1) [No. 1b in D minor, No. 3 in A major, No. 6 in G minor, No. 10 in G minor, No. 12 in F major, No. 13 in D major, "No. 14" in A major, "No. 15" in E major], Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G major (HWV 358) - György Pauk, violin; Mária Frank, cello
Recorded 10-14 June 1985 at the Calvary Church in Szombathely, Hungary. Published 1986.
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    also released as:
    HUNGAROTON HCD 12657 [Sonatas Nos. 1b, 3, 6, 10, 12, 13, "14"]

SLPX 12674-75
Hommage à Scarlatti [Scarlatti: Sonata for Harpsichord in E major (K. 380)]
Recorded between November 1984 and March 1985 at the Rottenbiller Street Studio in Budapest, Hungary. Published 1986.
Notes: 27 Scarlatti sonatas performed by 27 Hungarian artists.
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SLPX 31320
Bach: Concerto Transcriptions for Solo Harpsichord after Vivaldi [Concerto in D major (BWV 972), Concerto in G major (BWV 973), Concerto in G minor (BWV 975), Concerto in C major (BWV 976), Concerto in F major (BWV 978), Concerto in G major (BWV 980)]
Recorded 1984 on a Martin Sassmann harpsichord after Christian Zell (1728) at the Südwest-Tonstudio in Stuttgart, Germany. Published 1990.
Notes: Originally recorded for Pantheon.
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    also released as:
    Hungaroton HCD 31332 [also includes Concerto after A. Marcello in D minor (BWV 974), Concerto after
    Telemann in G minor (BWV 985)]
    Hungaroton HCD 31912 [BWV 972, 976, 980]

HCD 31464
Grand Duett: Music for Two Organs [Galuppi: Sonata in C major +; Piazza: Sonata in F major +; Terreni: Sonata in D major +; Zucchinetti: Concerto in B-flat major +; Beethoven: Adagio (WoO. 33, No. 1) ++; Wesley: Fuga. Alla Capella from Duet in C major ++; Anonymous: 16th Century Hungarian Dances ++: Hayduczky from the tablature of Jan of Lublin - ca. 1540, Ein Ungerischer Tantz from the tablature of Wolff Heckel - 1556, Ungaresca e saltarello from the tablature of Jacob Paix - 1583, Allemande from the tablature of Pierre Phalèse - 1571, Danza from Oscar Chilesotti's collection, Tantz from a Berlin tablature - 1593, From the tablature of August Nörmiger - 1598: Ihr für G. Annderer Aufftzugk, Ein Ander Teuttscher Tanntz] - Luigi Celeghin, organ +; István Ella, organ ++
Recorded 13-16 May 1992 on organs by Callido (1785) and Nacchini (1757) at the Basilica della Misericordia in Sant' Elpidio a Mare, Italy. Published 1992.
Notes: Recorded by Thomas Gallia.
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HCD 31738
Hasse: Six Concertos for Solo Organ [No. 1 in F major +, No. 2 in G major ++, No. 3 in G major +, No. 4 in D major ++, No. 5 in F major +, No. 6 in D major ++]
Recorded 14 July 1981 on the Aebi organ (1679-80) at the Church of St. Georg in Ernen, Switzerland +; 15 January 1996 on the Jehmlich organ (1989) at the House of Arts in Szekszárd, Hungary ++. Published 1998.
Notes: Recorded by Thomas Gallia.
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Hungaroton HCD 31738

Hungaroton HCD 31912

Hungaroton HCD 32167

HCD 31912
Bach: Concerto Transcriptions for Solo Organ after Vivaldi [Concerto in A minor (BWV 593), Concerto in C major (BWV 594), Concerto in D minor (BWV 596)]
Recorded 16-18 January 1996 on the Jehmlich organ (1989) at the House of Arts in Szekszárd, Hungary. Published 1999.
Notes: Originally recorded for UNICEF. The recording session also included Bach's "Little" Prelude and Fugue No. 1 in C major (BWV 553), "Little" Prelude and Fugue No. 4 in F major (BWV 556), Fantasy and Fugue in A minor (BWV 561) and Pastorale in F major (BWV 590). Recorded by Thomas Gallia.
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HCD 32167
Music for Two Organs from the 18th & 19th Centuries [Steibelt: Sonata in G major, Bonazzi: Pastorale in E-flat major, Sonata in C major, Giussani: Sonata Concertata in G major, Cramer: Sonata in F major, Giordani: Duettino in D major, Clementi: Sonata in B-flat major (Op. 1a, No. 6), Sonata in C major (Op. 14, No. 1), Anonymous: Sonata in E-flat major] - Miklós Spányi, organ
Recorded 17-20 June 2002 on a chest organ by the Aquincum Organ Factory, Budapest (1988) and on the Szalay organ (1855) at the Lutheran Church in Tordas, Hungary. Published 2003.
Notes: Sebestyén performs on the chest organ.
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Hungaroton's Music for Everybody
SHLX 90042
Bach: Harpsichord Music [Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue (BWV 903), Four Duets: No. 1 in E minor (BWV 802), No. 2 in F major (BWV 803), No. 3 in G major (BWV 804), No. 4 in A minor (BWV 805); Italian Concerto (BWV 971), Concerto after Vivaldi in D major (BWV 972)]
Recorded 28 February - 7 March 1972 on a Sperrhake harpsichord at the Torockó Square Reformed Church in Budapest, Hungary. Published 1973.
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Hungaroton Educational Recordings
The following recordings, all recorded circa 1968, were made for educational LPs distributed to Hungarian schools.

Bach: Aria "Bist du bei mir" (sung in Hungarian) - Margit László, soprano; Mária Frank, cello
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Corelli: Sonata in D minor "La Follia" (Op. 5, No. 12) - Dénes Kovács, violin; Mária Frank, cello
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Haydn: Rondo all'ungherese "Gypsy Rondo" from Trio in G major (H. XV: 25) - Dénes Kovács, violin; Mária Frank, cello
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Bartók Record Archives
János Sebestyén served as co-editor, assisted in the restoration process and contributed to the program notes for the Bartók Record Archives, volume two of a complete edition of Bartók's recordings. This set includes all surviving non-commericial recordings of Bartók performing and speaking. It was first issued in 1981 as Hungaroton LPX 12334-38 and later as HCD 12334-37. In 1982 János Sebestyén was awarded the Grand Prix du Disque (Académie Charles Cros) for his contributions to this album.
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Discography • Part Two     Hungarian Radio Recordings

Further information on János Sebestyén's career and the harpsichord revival in Hungary can be found on the pages About This Site and A Short History of Harpsichord Playing in Hungary.

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