As the name suggests, our Art Series contains music that are rather in classical and contemperary music genres or in the style of “classic” cinema scores. Our composers are among the most talented Hungarian composers who are carrying on the tradition of legendary maestri as Bartók, Kodály or Ligeti. The scores are played and sung by the finest and most prestigious Hungarian musicians. The series also includes original folk music, world music recordings and revealing classical composing of the Central European area.
TWAS 003 – The Monarchy
Timetravel to the XIXth century into the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
These very exciting range of compostions are based on the cultural heritage of this Central-European region. All tracks are arranged for a restaurant gipsy band. In one album you can get Hungarian Tchardash (lively dance), Serbian kolo ( group dance) and Austrian oom-pah tune . All tracks are named after cities, regions or well-know persons for easier identification and you can immediately have a impression on the mood of the music. For example: The Castle of Drakula, Danube river cruise or A glass of beer in Prague.
Piano stories album is about music composed for telling everyday stories of modern people. The album contains various types of athmospheres that unfold a human story or describing a state of mind.
Every track has its own small spiritual world, a static mood expressed through a XX. century music genre such as impressionism, repetitive or post-romanticism.
Although every solo piano piece can be deiscribed differently, like cheeky, childish, melancholic, sad or even depressive, etc., there are two common attribute in all of them. Firstly they are all about human behaviour, secondly they are all preformed on a lovely Steinway D model grand piano.
All tracks have 3 versions, a full lenght version, 60 and 30 second edits.
Contemporary string quartet pieces with futuristic electronic sounds and percussion
From the Big Bang to the “Beginning of life”. It is a breath-taking journey through the cosmos passing “Aldebaran, the orange giant” thorugh “Electron cloud”, reaching a “Dead world”. All titles of the album has it own little microsmos (“Paticles”) from the feeling of boundles space of the cíclic string of “Endless time” to sombre, static atonal suspension of “Chaos”.