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1848 (TRIBUTE TO THE REVOLUTION)

Kormorán

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Zúg március (Szilveszter Jenei, József Margit, Gergely Koltay, István Szűts - Utassy József) (3:39)
2. A XIX. század költői (Szilveszter Jenei, József Margit - Sándor Petőfi) (4:29)
3. Halhatatlan a lélek (Gergely Koltay - Sándor Petőfi) (2:45)
4. Fa leszek, ha fának vagy virága (József Margit - Sándor Petőfi) (3:45)
5. Március 15 (Gergely Koltay - Szécsi Margit) (4:11)
6. Nemzeti dal (László Tolcsvay - Sándor Petőfi) (4:46)
7. Szabadság, szerelem (Gergely Koltay - Sándor Petőfi) (3:01)
8. Egy gondolat bánt engemet (Gergely Koltay, József Margit - Sándor Petőfi) (2:12)
9. Himnusztöredék (Gergely Koltay, József Margit - Ferenc Juhász) (4:17)
10. A vén zászlótartó (Gergely Koltay - Sándor Petőfi) (3:25)
11. Az erdélyi hadsereg (Miklós Borhi - Sándor Petőfi) (5:20)
12. A harangok dala (József Margit - Géza Páskándi, Gergely Koltay) (3:23)
13. Csatában (Szilveszter Jenei, Gergely Koltay, József Margit, István Szűts - Sándor Petőfi) (4:36)
14. Európa csendes (József Margit - Sándor Petőfi) (5:29)
15. Kik érted haltak (József Margit, István Szűts) (3:56)
16. A költő visszatér (József Margit - Géza Páskándi) (3:14)

Total time 62:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Koltay Gergely / flute, Turkish pipe
- Szilveszter Jenei / guitars, vocals (2), backing vocals
- Álmos Gáspár / violin
- József Margit / bass, vocals (2)
- Tamás Papp / drums
- István Szűts / keyboards

Guest musicians:
- Szilvia Becze / oboe, English horn
- Brass Ad Libitum / wind instruments
- Enikő Almási, Erika Géczi, Csilla Szabó, Gábor Fehér, György Horváth, Attila Libish / backing vocals
- Miklós Varga / vocals (1, 8, )
- Péter Tunyogi / vocals (3)
- Gyula Deák Bill / vocals (2, 10, 12)
- Péter Forgács / vocals (2, 4, 12, 15)
- Kata Janza / vocals (4)
- Athina Papadimitriu / vocals (5)
- László Tolcsvay / vocals (6)
- Tamás Földes / vocals (7, 11, 15)
- Attila Pataky / vocals (9)
- Pál Makrai / vocals (11, 13)
- Ildikó Keresztes / vocals (12)
- Tamás Takáts / vocals (14)
- Andrea Szulák / vocals (16)

Releases information

MC Hungaroton MK 37916 (1998)

CD Hungaroton HCD 37916 (1998)

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