Andor Foldes recorded a selection of Kodály' piano works for American Decca (the catalogue now owned by Deutsche Grammophon) in January 1957. A close compatriot of both Bartók and Kodály, Foldes was one of Hungary's pre-eminent pianist whose discography for Deutsche Grammophon is extensive. Included on this CD are Foldes's own transcriptions of music from Háry János, a selection of Children's Dances and the Dances of Marosszék, first written for piano though much more familiar today in their orchestral guise. 'perfect style and vitality' Diapason
Háry János: Suite (excerpts) Children's Dances Nos. 1-5, 7-12 Dances of Marosszék Seven Piano Pieces, Op. 11 (excerpts)
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