Performers: Melinda Lugosi (soprano), Mária Kiss (contralto, recorders), Dániel Nyiri (alto), Mátyás Antal (tenor), Boldizsár Keönch (tenor), László Czidra (recorders, shawm, crumhorns, curtal), János Malina (recorders, crumhorns), László Ujházy (recorders, crumhorns, bagpipes), József Vajda (curtals, crumhorn, percussion), Zsolt Harsányi (shawm, crumhorn), Attila Kovács (sackbut), Tivadar Sztán (sackbut), Ottó Nagy (viols, percussion), Gergely Sáközy (viols, percussion), Ágnes Méth (percussion), Dániel Benkö (lute)
Playing time: 52'
Originally produced: 1978; CD reissue: 2000
This program is intended to illustrate music of the reign of King Matthias (1458-1490) in Hungary. No actual music survives, but the present composers have tangible historical associations to the court in Buda. Barbireau & Pietrobono visited there, and Johannes de Stokem had apparently his primary appointment there. Tinctoris did not visit Hungary, but references show contact with it, such as a dedication to Johannes de Stokem.
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