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Live/Studio recordingsi1973-84)

Nyiregyházi left significant numbers of unpublished recordings during this period. This page is mainly composed of unpublished materials that are not included in the Music and Arts release except for "Birds" and "Waves" (see the track).



Liszt, Funeral March "In memory of Maximillian, Emperor of Mexico"(Marche funebre (In magnis et voluisse sat est)
5/24/1973, Forest Hill Club

Brahms, Rhapsody OP.119-4
5/24/1973, Forest Hill Club

Liszt, "Sunt lacrymae rerum"
5/24/1973, Forest Hill Club

Liszt, "La Lugubre Gondola"
(This recording does not have the first 27 seconds.)
5/24/1973, Forest Hill Club

Liszt, Au lac De Wallenstadt
R. Antolinoli, 7/29/1973

Liszt: "Il Penseroso"
R. Antolinoli, 7/29/1973

Liszt, "Dante Sonata"
R. Antolinoli, 7/29/1973

Liszt: Faust symphony, the 2nd movement "Gretchen"(*)
Ronald Antonioli's home, 4/30/1978
(The pitch was corrected on 9/13/2014)


*The circulated version of this recording sounds a half-note higher (A major) than the original key (A-flat major). Other movements were "transposed", too. The question is whether the transposition is originated from EN's intension, or due to problems in the recording device. I have no evidence to support each theory. I don't really see why he would have to make the entire piece a half-note higher, and personally feel that at least "Getchen" would sound a bit better in the original key,  I've decided to "correct" the pitch. You can still listen to the A major version on Youtube if desired.

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