Arpád (part 2 from 'Sinfonia Hungarica')

Sinfonia Hungarica is a three-movement symphony that depicts the history of Hungary. All three movements were inspired by historical key figures, wars, and other important events from this country. This symphony is a celebration of Hungary’s millennium in 2001.The second movement focuses on ARPAD, the actual founder of the Hungarian State. It starts with an atmospherical passage, evoking his grandmother, Emese, who dreamt about his future destination. One of Arpad’s opponents, the Bulgarian Prince Zalan, was chased away after a fight. After this, Arpad officially named the territory “Magyarorszag.”

Instrumentierung
Harmoniemusik
Verlag
De Haske (Kaufen bei De Haske)
Verlagsnummer
DHP 1002208-010
Dauer
0:11:10
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