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A KÖLTő VISSZATÉR / THE POET RETURNS (ROCK OPERA)

Kormorán

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nyitány - Rabének
2. Játszani, játszani
3. Két ifjú szív
4. Halhatatlan a lélek (Kossuth beszéde I.) (Petőfi Sándor verse)
5. Más bőrébe vágyik az ember
6. A bécsi udvarban
7. Farsang a Pilvaxban
8. Az epizódista dal
9. Nem szerepért
10. Kossuth beszéde
11. Mit kíván a magyar nemzet
12. Nemzeti dal (részlet) (Petőfi Sándor verse)
13. Az első vér a köveken
14. Egy gondolat bánt engemet (Petőfi Sándor verse)
15. Két tűz között (Esküvő)
16. A harangok dala
17. Népfelkelés
18. Fel a királyt - Búcsú
19. Csatában (Petőfi Sándor verse)
20. Az erdélyi hadsereg (Petőfi Sándor verse)
21. Európa csendes (részlet) (Petőfi Sándor verse)
22. Kik érted haltak
23. A költő visszatér - Finálé

Total time 121 min

Music: Kormorán
Lyrics: Géza Páskándi
Playwrite: Krisztina Feldmár

Extra features:
- 1988 backstage footage (9:10)

Line-up / Musicians

Cast:
Earl Karl Ludwig Grünne, confidant of the Emperor - István Iglódi
Wilhelm Grünne, under the pseudonym Vilmos Csitári, earl's nephew - Sándor Szakácsi
Ms. Zsuzsanna Györgyfalvi, later Wilhelm's wife - Kriszta Kováts
Major Tivadar Györgyfalvi, Zsuzsanna's father - László Czikéli
Sándor Petőfi, Hungarian poet, revolutionary - Miklós Varga
Lajos Kossuth, leader of the Hungarian War of Independence - György Csapó
Polish General Joseph Bem, a hero of the War of Independence - Károly Gesztesi
Austrian Emperor Ferdinand, King of Hungary - I Francis Joseph, the young emperor - Balázs Galkó
Prince Metternich, Prime Minister - represented by Romanian Ioan Dragos - Károly Újlaki
Pest citizen - Gyula Deák Bill
and others

Kormorán:
- Gergely Koltay / flute, wind instruments
- József Margit / bass
- István Szűts / keyboards
- Miklós Borhi / guitars
- György Bártfai / drums

Other musicians:
- Géza Hegedűs D.
- János Horváth
- Zoltán Huszti
- Pál Ifj. Herrer
- István Juhász
- Béla Zsoldos
- Viola string ensemble led by Sándor Kugler
- Central Art University Choir of the Young Communist League led by Gábor Hollerung
- Rock singers from Pál Makrai's Theatre

Releases information

Recorded live August 5, 1988

DVD-R Kormorán ZLDVD 002 (2010)
Video: PAL
Sound options: Stereo

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