They are, in order of appearance, Franz Liszt, Hummel, Debussy, Weiner, Liszt (again) and Schubert.
Franz Liszt leads off with a transcription of a Schubert "Hungarian Melody" in three movements.
Johann Nepomuk Hummel follows with "Hungarian Dances", Opus 23.
Claude Debussy's rarely heard "Danse bohemienne," is next on the Hungarian dance card.
Leo Weiner, a late Romantic composer, charms us with "Three Hungarian Rural Dances."
And then, a Liszt encore!
Franz turns up the heat with "Three Hungarian Rhapsodies."
No. 11, No. 13, and the wildly popular No. 2 in C# minor.
The grand finale, by Franz Schubert, is his original composition of "A Hungarian Melody."
A full serving of Paprika!!!
A native of Niagra Falls, Canada, Jane Solose is of Hungarian-German parentage. She leads an active career as a featured concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, duo-pianist, and master teacher.
Her performances have taken her to Austria, Hungary, Japan, Korea and around the US.
She has taken part in international Music Festivals.
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1. Schubert: Ungarische Melodien / Andante
4. Hummel: Hungarian Dances / Ballo Patetico
5. Bali vivace #1
6. Bali vivace #2
7. Bali vivace #3
8. Bali vivace #4
9. Bali vivace #5
10. Scherzoso e meza voce
11. Debussy: Bohemian Dance
12. Leo Weiner: Fox Dance
13. Ronde of Maroszek
14. Peasant's Dance
15. Liszt: Hungarian Raphsody #11 in a minor
16. Liszt: Hungarian Raphsody #13 in a minor
17. Liszt: Hungarian Raphsody #2 in c# minor
18. Schubert: Hungarian Melody