La Passion
Roby Lakatos & Ensemble

La Passion

SACD hybride | Avanti | 5414706104125 | AVANTI 10412 | 05-13

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About the album

La Passion will allow music lovers to discover Gypsy supernatural violinist Roby Lakatos in an all new program. The second CD is devoted to the most famous bis of Roby’s repertoire with such beloved pieces as Two Guitars, Fire Dance, Black Eyes (Ochi Chornyje), Brahms Hungarian Dance No 5, Monti’s Csardas…

This double Hybrid SACD Surround recording will furthermore allow many listeners to discover an all rejuvenated Ensemble featuring an amazing array of young Hungarian musicians aged from only 19 to 25!

La Passion captures the unique energy that emanates from Roby Lakatos’ live performances. This double album constitutes a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a world marked by musical freedom, warmth, matchless virtuosity and surprising repertoire ideas with long forgotten melodies set in totally new and original arrangements.

The album is out on the 10th of May 2013!

Click here to watch Roby Lakatos playing "Du Schwarzer Zigeuner" from the new album "La Passion"!

"If violinist Roby Lakatos were paid on the basis of how many notes he plays in any given performance, he'd probably be the richest musician in the world. His performance Saturday night at Royce Hall was a stunning display of finger-blurring virtuosity. But it was much more, as well."  - Don Heckman, Los Angeles Times

"But when Roby Lakatos spun out his first cadenza, the earth stood still. His band are Gypsies like him, and each can carry an evening. Lakatos left us with birdsong in our ears." - The Independent (UK)

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Virtuosität in ihrer besten Form mit dem König der Fiddler Roby Lakatos.

Roby Lakatos bejubelt als „Fiddler mit den schnellsten Fingern der Welt“ ist zurück mit einem erstaunlichen Album: La Passion. Live aufgenommen im Sydney Opera House spielt der König der Fiddler Stücke wie Meadowlands (Songs of the Plains), Hummelflug, Valse Triste, Oblivion, Chiquilin, Those Were the Days, Du Schwarzer Zigeuner und viele andere. Ein phänomenales „L’Alouette“ über eine Dauer von 12 Minuten liess den Geigenvirtuosen in einer sich steigernden Improvisation wie losgelöst agieren und riss das tosende Publikum von den Sitzen.


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