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Mihály Székely - Mihály Székely Sings 3 flac album

Mihály Székely - Mihály Székely Sings 3 flac album Performer: Mihály Székely
Title: Mihály Székely Sings 3
Style: Opera
Released: 1955
Country: Hungary
MP3 album: 1316 mb
FLAC album: 1684 mb
Rating: 4.8
Genre: Classical

Album · 1956 · 7 Songs. Nagy magyar előadóművészek - Székely Mihály. Mihály Székely sings (Hungaroton Classics). Opera Highlights (Hungaroton Classics). Zero ads. Try it now.

Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton Szöktetés a szerájból, III. felvonás: Akasztófa-ária · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart · Pál Varga · Mihály Székely · The Orchestra. Mihály Székely Sings 3. ℗ 1956 hungaroton records ltd. Released on: 1956-02-13. Auto-generated by YouTube.

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The Székelys (Hungarian pronunciation: ), sometimes also referred to as Szeklers (Hungarian: székelyek, Romanian: Secui, German: Szekler, Latin: Siculi), are a subgroup of the Hungarian people living mostly in the Székely Land in Romania. A significant population descending from the Székelys of Bukovina lives in Tolna and Baranya counties in Hungary and in certain districts of Vojvodina, Serbia.

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Mihály Székely (May 8, 1901 in Jászberény – March 22, 1963) was a Hungarian bass singer famous for Mozartian roles. His name in Hungarian form is Székely Mihály, his original family name was Spagatner. He debuted as Ferrando (Il trovatore) in 1920 at the Budapest Opera, where he remained a principal singer until his death. His Metropolitan Opera debut was as Hunding (Die Walküre) in 1947.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Don Giovanni, I. Felvonás: Leporello Ariettája
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Varga Pál
A2 Don Giovanni, I. Felvonás: Regiszterária
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Varga Pál
A3 Szöktetés A Szerájból, I. Felvonás: Osmin Dala
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Varga Pál
A4 Szöktetés A Szerájból, III. Felvonás: Akasztófa-ária
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Varga Pál
B1 A Sevillai Borbély, I. Felvonás: Rágalomária
Composed By – Rossini*Conductor – Németh Amadé
B2 Fidelio, I. Felvonás: Rocco Áriája
Composed By – Beethoven*Conductor – Lukács Miklós*
B3 Don Carlos, Iv. Felvonás: Fülöp Király Áriája
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Komor Vilmos*


  • Orchestra – Hungarian State Opera Orchestra

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HLP.117, HLP 117 Székely Mihály* Ozmin / Leporello / Bazilio / Rocco ‎(10", Mono) MHV, MHV, Qualiton HLP.117, HLP 117 Hungary Unknown