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Eugene Zádor, who emigrated from Hungary to the United States in 1939, described his style as ‘exactly between La Traviata and Lulu’. Although some of his works are overtly ‘Hungarian’ in style, for the most part he composed in a cosmopolitan but conservative twentieth-century idiom, fi rmly grounded in tradition, that is strongly tonal and highly contrapuntal. The second volume of this series features the richly varied Oboe Concerto and Divertimento for Strings (his most-performed piece) and the composer’s own favourite, Studies for Orchestra, which, despite its great profusion of ideas and melodic lines, has a remarkable unity and consistency. Volume 1 is available on 8572548.
Eugene Zador: Elegie and Dance
Eugene Zador: Oboe Concerto
Eugene Zador: Divertimento for Strings
I. Allegro moderato
III. Moderato - Allegro molto
Eugene Zador: Studies
II. Slow Phantasy
IV. Introduction and Scherzo
VII. Crescendo - Decrescendo
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